Depression
Depression during menopause AND perimenopause is characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure in activities, changes in appetite or sleep patterns, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and feelings of worthlessness or guilt.

Depression is a common symptom experienced by women going through menopause AND perimenopause. Hormonal fluctuations during this time can contribute to an increased risk of developing depressive symptoms.

Approximately 20-40% of women going through menopause AND perimenopause experience depression. It is significant since it impacts mental well-being and quality of life.

The most effective treatments for depression during menopause and perimenopause include hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to balance hormone levels, antidepressant medications, and/or psychotherapy. Lifestyle modifications such as regular exercise, adequate sleep, and stress management techniques can also be beneficial.

On average, approximately 50-70% of women report a reduction in depression symptoms after two months of starting menopause treatment, whether through HRT, medication, therapy, or a combination of approaches.

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