Weight gain after menopause is not an uncommon problem.
What is the average weight gain after menopause?
On an average, women gain an average of 5 pounds after menopause.
What causes weight gain after menopause?
- Lower estrogen levels
- Slower metabolism
- Unhealthy eating habits
- Loss of muscle mass
What are the risks of gaining weight after menopause?
Weight gain can raise your risk for high blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, heart attack, and stroke.
How to get rid of post-menopausal weight gain?
Understand the proven measures to lose weight
Frequently asked questions
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