How The Menopause Can Affect A Woman’s Weight (And What To Do About It)

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How The Menopause Can Affect A Woman's Weight (And What To Do About It)

As if mood swings, night sweats, generalised anxiety and hot flashes wasn’t enough, there can be another frustrating symptom of menopause; and that’s weight gain (or very slow weight loss, for someone attempting to lose weight). In fact, experts have suggested that a woman with reduced oestrogen levels at menopause could typically expect to gain 12 to 15 pounds (5.4kg-6.8kg).

We know that extra weight can be a threat to our health, but not only that, carrying up to a stone can impact on our wellbeing and how we feel about ourselves. When our clothes don’t fit us like they used to, it can be very easy to become disheartened.

But please don’t.

Read this free report for advice on what you can do to help counteract this unpleasant symptom of menopause.