Cannabis, an ally to better manage menopause-related disorders? They are 232, from North Carolina and aged 50 on average, to have participated in an American study released on September 28 by the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), which looked at consumption. of cannabis in a panel of postmenopausal women. Of these, 54% presented with hot flashes, night sweats and some 27% suffered from insomnia. Genitourinary disorders affected 69% of respondents with symptoms of menopause.
Among women with the disorder, 27% said they had used or still used cannabis to better manage symptoms. Some 10% said they intended to test cannabis in the future to better manage symptoms. “These results suggest that cannabis use to manage symptoms of menopause may be relatively common. However, we do not soap
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