physical activity is important for women facing menopause.
Women tend to lose muscle mass and gain abdominal fat during menopause. It’s important to incorporate and maintain some level of physical activity because of this.
Exercise can help keep stress levels down and help slow down the effects of osteoporosis by slowing down bone loss. This can help lower the risk of fractures.
Weight gained during menopause can increase the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Exercise can counter those risks. It is a great mood booster as well. It can help increase one’s endorphins which help lower the risk of depression and cognitive decline.
The bottom line is exercise can help improve your quality of life.
Here are just a few suggestions of ways to incorporate movement to ease menopause symptoms:
1. Aerobic Activity
This can help you drop excess weight and maintain a healthy weight. It can