As we age it is common for individuals to experience joint issues due to wear and tear over a lifetime as well as an increase in inflammation. Musculoskeletal pain, arthralgia and arthritis are all more common in women, and their frequency increases with age. In some, a decline in women’s joint health appears to be associated with the onset of menopause.1
As menopause is a time when activity and mental health is essential to wellbeing, it is an important time to support joint health and reduce pain in order to both ameliorate symptoms and maintain movement. This blog looks at collagen as a therapeutic support for joints which may be considered during menopause to support joint health, wellness and exercise.
Last updated on 3rd January 2024 by cytoffice