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menopause sleep restless leg syndrome

Ever feel an overwhelming urge to move your legs at night? RLS, or restless leg syndrome, affects up to 10 percent of Americans, mostly women in midlife. Find out how to manage RLS.

night sweats menopause sleep

It’s 2 AM, you’re burning hot, your pajamas and sheets are soaked with sweat. In about 10 minutes, you’ll be freezing. Oh, night sweats, how we loathe you. Here’s how we get rid of you.

dry eye disease menopause

Got itchy eyes, burning eyes, blurred vision, bad night vision, and sensitivity to light? You may have Dry Eye Disease, which is common in menopausal women. Learn more.

menopause joint pain

Aching fingers, tight hips, sore knees … joint pain is one of the most common symptoms of menopause. Read six things you can do to manage the pain.

fingers tingling menopause paresthesia

If you ever get a weird tingling, crawling, numbness, or itching in your extremities – hands, feet, arms, legs – it might just be menopause.

ringing ears menopause tinnitus

Ringing, buzzing, whooshing, or clicking sounds in your ear(s) could mean a couple of things: You’ve made some interesting lifestyle choices, and/or You’ve got tinnitus, our Symptom of the Month. Tinnitus? What’s tinnitus? Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing certain […]

cant touch sore breasts

Breast pain is familiar to most women; up to 70 percent of women experience it at some point. Find out what causes the pain and what can you do about sore breasts.

four ways handle itchy menopause skin

Hormonal changes in midlife can reduce your skin’s moisture, making it itchy and dry. Read four ways to nourish your itchy menopause skin.

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