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What happens when women enter menopause? Three common psychological changes in menopause

Menopause is a word we are not unfamiliar with. Although both men and women may enter menopause, women are more likely to follow menopause than men, and earlier. Women entering menopause will be accompanied by menopause and aging, so at this time, women will have great changes, whether psychological, physiological or spiritual, which will give people a personal change. So what are the psychological changes of women after menopause? Let's take a look at this article.

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There are three common psychological changes during menopause:

1. Pessimism

Pessimism and disappointment are common adverse psychological reactions of menopausal women, especially when they are close to retirement age or have retired, resulting in a sense of loss. They always think that "the sunset is infinitely good, but it is only near dusk", which produces an ideological pressure and can not correctly estimate themselves. Therefore, they show depression and listlessness, lack confidence in completing tasks, and lack the determination to overcome difficulties, Therefore, he muddled along all day, frowned all day, depressed, pessimistic, pessimistic and pessimistic. Other menopausal women do not know much about their physiological changes during menopause, often doubt themselves, and regard some minor physical problems or mistakes as very serious problems. This kind of paranoia and pessimism affect each other and will lead to mental collapse.

2. Anxiety

The essence of Anxiety Psychology is the word "fear". It shows that it is full of worries all day, afraid of aging and illness. It is often a minor illness. It often goes to the hospital to see a doctor. It complains a lot. It is worried that it has an incurable disease, so it has changed doctors or hospitals for many times. It is also endless to talk about some small things, which has the tendency of worrying about the sky, and it is easy to form hostility with the people around.

3. Personality and behavior change

It shows personality change and emotional instability, paranoia, selfishness, nagging, moody, very stubborn, not gregarious to the people around, easy to make contradictions with colleagues, lack of interest in life and work and be bored, and unwilling to communicate and talk with others, making yourself feel lonely, lonely or desperate.

The psychological change in menopause is very complex. The degree of change is related to the original personality, physique, social status, emotion and psychological balance. Menopausal psychological changes are often difficult to determine and nonspecific. The three psychological changes mentioned above do not occur in one person at the same time. They can also be seen in people of any age and gender, and in patients with serious mental abnormalities, especially those with anxiety and depression as the main manifestations. However, the psychological change symptoms of most menopausal women are lighter than those of anxiety and depression psychosis, and the symptoms do not persist and often fluctuate. Therefore, the psychological change symptoms of climacteric women should be distinguished from mental abnormalities, and the evolution process of symptoms should be carefully observed. If it is serious, please consult a psychiatrist, and do not misdiagnose mental abnormalities as psychological changes, so as to prevent accidents.