Menopause is when a woman's menstrual periods stopped as a result of reduced production of estrogen. When menopause begins women will experience changes both physically and psychologically. The changes at menopause will encourage a woman to adapt to the psychosocial environment.

Women workers and female workers is not different in terms of its role, where women play a role doubles as workers and as housewives. When entering the menopause, a woman will experience upheavals or changes that include physical and psychological aspects that can affect various aspects of the life of the woman. Discomfort due to physical changes may include stiffness and pains suddenly all over his body, hot flush, fatigue, headache, palpitations.

In addition, a prominent psychological symptoms when menopause is irritability, sleeplessness, depression, nervousness, loneliness, anxiety and depression. The symptoms are unpleasant menopausal women experience due to physical and psychological changes, greatly affect their quality of life. Enough knowledge will help them understand and prepare himself through menopause better.

The number of grievances felt at the time of menopause women both physically and psychologically should not be taken lightly because it can lead to high stress. However, menopausal women will experience emotional stability if they are adaptable to changes that occur during menopause.

Menopausal women not as a worker or a housewife will have the satisfaction its own because it can lead children into adulthood until a family. However, as a housewife menopausal women not workers may experience stress sourced from the family, because family can be a source of stress due to events related to family members.

Menopausal women workers have a dual role as a wife, housewife, running errands reproduction, community members, and at the same time breadwinner, in perform that role is often stressed. As the breadwinner, working menopausal women often experience the stress that comes from the work environment. Stress can occur for several reasons, among others, work demands, job responsibilities, physical work environment, poor human relationships, lack of knowledge and improvement of career and feeling less safe in the workplace.

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