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Menopause might be inevitable, but are there ways to ease the symptoms? Gynecologist Dr. Prudence Hall, who authored "Radiant Again & Forever," joins The Doctors to share how.
Weight gain: Dr. Hall explains that often a deficient thyroid gland can lead to menopause weight gain. One way to help the thyroid work better is getting more selenium, which Brazil nuts are full of.
Sleeplessness: Is menopause keeping you up at night? Dr. Hall explains that magnesium and melatonin can help you get a better night's sleep.
Libido: The gynecologist explains many of patients complain that they lose their sex drive during menopause. One way to treat this issue is a testosterone cream, which Dr. Hall says will help to improve your sex drive.
The Doctors note that speaking with your healthcare provider is key when it comes to finding solutions to your menopause symptoms.