Sara Faye GreenHealth Writer
Sara Faye Green is a writer who has contributed to Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Bicycling, Running, Prevention, Vice, The Creators Project, The Rumpus, Guernica, Paste, Pank, Narrative, Gigantic, and The Huffington Post. She is a co-author of the books MTV: Best of Mexico and Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth. She holds an MFA from Columbia, where she taught writing and served as editor-in-chief of the Columbia journal, and is currently at work on a book about self-improvement in America.
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Hot flashes, mood swings, the need to pee All. The. Time.: Menopause isn't always the most delightful experience. But there are now lots of ways to get relief so you can feel like yourself again, body and mind.
When your body's jolted into a physiological transition that shouldn't occur for another 10 to 20 years, it can be jarring as hell. Understanding what's going on is the first step to dealing with it and feeling better—emotionally and physically.
Everything you need to know about the signs, symptoms, causes, natural remedies, and treatments for menopause.
It’s the leadup to menopause, and it can cause some wacky changes in your body. Here, the doctor-vetted details on the symptoms and, if you need ‘em, the top treatments to help you feel calmer, cooler, and all-around less freaked.
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