A shorter-than-average menstrual cycle — 25 days or less between periods — can predict more symptoms, including early menopause and more severe cases. Research has been published In Menopause magazine.
Researchers found that as women approached menopause in middle age, those with shorter cycles were more likely to experience sleep problems, heart discomfort, depression, and physical or mental fatigue than those with regular or longer cycles (26 days from the first day of one period to the next). First day 34 days). The findings are based on data from 634 women who were followed for nearly two decades.