Menopause has historically been more synonymous with “mood swings” than “mental health”—until recently.
While a dearth of data exists on the topic of menopause in general—research reveals that only one in five OBGYNs are trained in menopause—more and more current studies confirm what women of a certain age have known for…well, ever: The transition out of their reproductive years is defined not only by hot flashes and night sweats but also by inexplicable depression, crippling anxiety and the sudden inability to recall where they put their keys.
Sound familiar? You’re not alone.
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