Headaches and Migraines
Headaches and migraines are common as women enter perimenopause, and can go on to greatly disrupt our once peaceful lives, some of them to the point that we may be unable to accomplish our daily tasks, either at work or at play. Every woman is different so headaches can range from mild to severe to very severe.
In perimenopause women’s oestrogen(s) and progesterone levels fluctuate greatly, which can provoke painful headaches or even migraines. Any woman who has suffered from these types of headaches before a period will already have made the hormonal connection – the waxing and waning of these two hormones during menstruation. It is the imbalance of these two hormones that are partially responsible for headaches and migraines in this transition.
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By Jill Davey When perimenopause arrives, it can turn your world upside down! It’s the first announcement that menopause is on its way, and even