Menopause is an inevitable phase of life in every woman. The occurrence of menopause is averaged at 51 years of age with the principal determinant of the age at which a woman goes through menopause being her genetics. Most of the women go through menopause between ages 45 and 55. Other factors that affect the age of menopause include chemotherapy and smoking.
The most common sign of menopause is hot flashes. The hot flashes are mainly felt from the waist up. Dizziness, sweating, and heart palpitations may accompany the hot flashes. Other signs include mood swings and arthralgia. However, menopause can begin some years before one even notices the symptoms. As menopause kicks off it is important to avoid smoking, eat well, and exercise to prevent heart diseases and osteoporosis.
In a recent article by David Samadi, he advises on the following ways to manage menopause:
• Engaging in physical exercise
• Herbal therapies.
• Maintaining a healthy weight
In another article published on Daily News, Dr. Samadi advises on the best practices for men for a healthy sexual life.
• Healthy Diet.
Men should consume meals with lots of antioxidants and nutrients and low in fat. Examples of such foods include vegetables, whole grains, low-fat milk and lean cuts of meat.
• Avoid Smoking and Alcohol.
Alcohol and smoking put men at risk of erectile dysfunction.
• Physical Exercise.
Regular exercise boosts the libido, increases metabolism, and increases one’s energy thus maintaining a healthy sexual life.
• Stress Management.
Stress affects a man’s sex life negatively. It is vital to handle pressure healthily and remain relaxed to remain healthy sexually.
• Kegel Exercises.
Do this often to strengthen the muscle that connects the penis with tailbone. Kegels help in learning how to delay ejaculation. You locate the muscles by stopping the flow of urine then squeeze it for a few seconds and relax.
David B Samadi is board certified urologic oncologist who is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of urologic illnesses and several cancers including bladder cancer, prostate cancer, and kidney cancer. He practices advanced invasive therapy for prostate cancer. He also got sufficient expertise in both laparoscopic and open traditional surgery.
Dr. Samadi serves at Lenox Hill Hospital as the Chairman of Urology, Chief of Robotic Surgery. He holds a degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University and an MD from Stony Brook School of Medicine. He also acquired postgraduate training in Urology at Montefiore Medical Center.
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