From the Greek “men” (month) and “pausis” (end), it therefore indicates a woman’s last menstruation by definition. Clinically the menopause forms part of a long period called the climacteric phase, which begins a few years before the final menstrual cycle (naturally this period varies from woman to woman), featuring alterations and changes in the woman’s body, starting with the termination of the activity of the ovaries and therefore fertility with progressive conclusion of the production of female hormones. This alters a balance which the woman has had for all of her fertile age, causing disorders and malaise and influencing numerous vital processes relating to the skin, genital organs, bones, brain, heart, nervous system and fat metabolism.

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