Sunday, June 12, 2011

Menopause And Skin Problems Symptoms

During menopause, women experience a number of changes in elasticity and hydration of the skin that result in the loss of elasticity and dehydration of the dermis. This is because along with the reduction of estrogen own menopause, women lose collagen type 4, in charge of the thickness of the skin. Hence, it is necessary to strengthen preventive measures to avoid sun damage at this time.

"In summer, exposures to the sun produce more dry skin, especially if not used sunscreen. To try to avoid it, we must not sunbathe during the most intense hours of irradiation (between 12 and 16 hours) using high protection creams and eating large amounts of water.

However, to delay and diminish the intensity of the effects of menopause in the dermis, it is necessary for skin care are taken earlier in life, "so that when the lack of estrogen is present, the skin have a good quality and hydration.”

Health and Wellness in Menopause

Within organic or systemic changes caused by menopause, are in addition to atrophic changes of the genital tract and skin, joint pain, increased frequency of cardiovascular disease and the onset of osteoporosis.

When a woman reaches a certain age, "often we care physicians to prescribe treatments for the prevention of osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease or symptoms of menopause itself, such as hot flashes, and we do not address the principal concern mature women in Spain: to preserve their health without impairing their physical image.

"Within this physical picture," added the expert, "women have been taking the dehydration of the skin as a normal age to show great concern for the health of your skin."

During perimenopause is when most obviously manifest the characteristic symptoms of the climacteric syndrome, due to the relative decline in estrogen values that maintain menstruation. They are neurodegenerative disorders with vasomotor symptoms of hot flashes, mood swings, sweating, insomnia and parenthesis.

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