In order to prevent a worsening of their health, women in the menopause transition period should limit or abstain from certain beverages. However, many women are unaware of which drinks should be avoided or consumed in moderation.
According to an article written by Clevelandclinic, suggests avoiding certain beverages during menopause and in this article, I will educate you on some of these drinks you should avoid taking regularly in order to stay healthy and strong.
1. Because alcohol includes chemicals that can exacerbate menopause symptoms, it's important for women going through this transitional period to reduce their usual intake of alcoholic beverages as much as possible. It may make it difficult to fall asleep and may exacerbate night sweats, a common menopause symptoms.
2. Women should also do everything they can to cut back on or eliminate their daily coffee use because the caffeine in it may exacerbate menopause symptoms. If possible, cut back on your dosage or stop taking it altogether.
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