Perimenopause symptoms beginning with D are:
Dizziness, light-headedness, loss of balance, headache change (increase or decrease)
Depression in perimenopause is a significant change in mood for an extended period of time usually displayed through withdrawl, recurring unexplained sadness, loss of interest in usual activities, and sleep and eating disorders.
Depression is also marked by sleeping too much or too little, changes in eating habits, lack of energy and focus, difficulty concentrating, and indifference. Women who have suffered from postpartum or premenstrual depression are more likely to have symptoms of depression during perimenopause. Women who have a tendency toward depression and have suffered from previous depression are more at risk for depression during perimenopause.
Dizziness is a feeling of lightheadedness, unsteadiness or spinning. It is also the inability to maintain balance upon standing or walking. Because dizziness is a symptom of numerous different medical conditions besides perimenopause, see your doctor if you experience it.
Symptoms of Perimenopause
Managing Perimenopause Symptoms
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