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To get a more in-depth description of any terms in the Glossary, as well as a list of articles that relate to the term, just click on the term name in the list of terms below. You will be taken to a page that contains the terms, the longer description, and a list of the articles related to that topic.


There are typical symptoms that are related to the time before you actually have your menopause. For further explanation, click on the word.

There are signs of stress that you need to pay attention to. Click on the word for more explanation.

If you are getting enough hours of sleep and good quality sleep, your body is restoring, repairing and rejuvenating for your health. For further explanation, click on the word.
Also see: bedtime ritual

Statins are a class of drugs used to lower cholesterol levels by inhibiting the enzyme HMG-CoA reductase, which plays a central role in the production of cholesterol in the liver. For further explanation, click on the word.

Stress is defined as "any stimulus, such as fear or pain, that disturbs or interferes with the normal physiological equilibrium of an organism. Click on the word for a longer explanation.

Also known as: cortisol

Stress hormones are chemicals that are released into the blood stream during a stress response. For further explanation, click on the word.

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