By Tessa Flores, Nov 9, 2022

A deeply hydrating a calming facial cream, an aromatherapy kit and diffuser and an internet-famous personal neck fan. Menopause can take effect between the ages of 45-55, according to Dr. Kecia Gaither, a double board-certified OB/GYN based in New York. Perimenopause, the transitional period before menopause official begins but the release of eggs is still happening, can begin as early as someone’s 30s and 40s. This permanent end of a menstrual cycle can create a lot of hormone shifts and lead to some pretty uncomfortable symptoms, which “can vary from person to person and can include mood changes, vaginal dryness, breast tenderness and joint or muscles aches,” Gaither said.

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