World Heart Day 2020 is 29 September. After menopause, a woman’s risk of heart disease and stroke is similar to a man’s. Nearly three times more women can die from heart disease than breast cancer. Read more
Menopause and Cardiovascular Disease
Should midlife women be taking vitamin D and omega 3 to prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease or heart disease and stroke? Read more
Menopause can mean hot flushes and night sweats but it is also important to have our risk assessed for heart disease and stroke or cardiovascular disease. Read more
Women and heart disease may not be something many of us think about. But heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. Find out what you need to know… Read more
After menopause, a woman’s risk for heart disease and stroke increase. Heart disease and stroke are the number 1 killer of women. Read more
National Wear Red Day is February 7 in the United States and Wear Red Day is 14 February in Australia. Your Country may also celebrate Wear Red Day. Read more
February is Go Red for Women and American Heart Month. “Nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat”. Read more
Menopause FAQs: Cardiovascular Disease is some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about menopause, heart disease and stroke. Read more
Menopause FAQs: Postmenopause includes some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about hot flushes/flashes, painful sex, osteoporosis, heart disease and stroke.
In About Menopause: The Stages of Menopause – Postmenopause the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health explain:
Postmenopause, do hot flushes/flashes simply stop or not?
Postmenopause, does painful sex, simply stop or not?
In Women’s Wellness: Painful Sex After Menopause – DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am in my late 50s and have recently found that sex is becoming quite uncomfortable. I am assuming this is because I’m past menopause, but what’s the best way to make sex less painful? the (United States) Mayo Clinic elaborate on:
Postmenopause, do women have to start worrying about osteoporosis?
Peak bone mass is usually reached during a woman’s 20s to 30s when the skeleton has stopped growing and bones are at their strongest.
The female sex hormone oestrogen plays an important role in maintaining bone strength. After menopause oestrogen levels drop and this may result in increased bone loss. The average woman loses up to 10 per cent of her bone mass in the first five years after menopause”.
Postmenopause, do women have to start worrying about heart disease?
Go Red for Women
What does it mean to Go Red for Women?
G: GET YOUR NUMBERS…
O: OWN YOUR LIFESTYLE…
R: REALIZE YOUR RISK…
E: EDUCATE YOUR FAMILY…
D: DON’T BE SILENT…”.
Where may I find more Menopause FAQs?
In Menopause FAQs: Expert Answers To Frequently Asked Questions About Menopause you can find Menopause FAQS: Your Health After Menopause where the NAMS explain:
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Last Updated: 18 March 2019 – Last Revised: 18 March 2019
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