In adulthood, the hormonal background of a woman changes, the reproductive function dies out, and various concomitant diseases arise. This not only negatively affects the lady’s appearance, but also her nervous system. Loss of beauty, transformations in the body and body lead to the development of depressive conditions. A middle-aged young lady becomes irritable, often aggressive, etc.
To maintain the health of a woman after 45 years and minimize the risk of developing serious pathologies, it is necessary to make some efforts, as well as adhere to the advice of qualified specialists.
Age-related changes in the female body
Before taking action, you need to understand what happens to a woman at 40 years old. This age is usually called average. During this period, the body begins to produce less female sex hormones. As a result, the amount of estrogen in the blood decreases. The uterus and ovaries decrease in size, the menstrual cycle becomes irregular, visible age-related changes and the first signs of aging appear , the body loses its flexibility, and the skin – elasticity, wrinkles, age spots, etc. appear.
At forty-five years old, many people note active hair loss, the hair ceases to be thick and lush. This applies not only to the head, but also to the legs, intimate areas, etc.
The changes also affect the brain and its activity. It is more difficult for a lady to memorize a large amount of information and solve complex logical problems in her head. Aggravations are associated with a decrease in estrogen levels. True, over time, the brain adapts and independently compensates for the decline in functions. As a result, memory is significantly improved.
At the same time, other unpleasant consequences arise. These include:
- frequent urge to urinate;
- urinary incontinence;
- dryness of the vagina;
- decreased libido;
- excessive nervousness;
- sleep disturbance;
- exacerbation of chronic diseases;
- discomfort when urinating;
- burning sensation in the vagina;
- the occurrence of infections of the genitourinary system, etc.
These are irreversible processes that cannot be avoided. However, it can be delayed. The main thing is to monitor women’s health and promptly seek help from a gynecologist, as well as other specialists.