If things become overwhelming, seek support from your loved ones. Spend time with them doing something that you love.
In case the emotional changes become debilitating, consult your doctor for appropriate treatment. Doctors can provide hormone replacement therapy, which is for short-term symptomatic relief. This is a form of treatment where you will be given medications that contain the hormones, estrogen, and progesterone. This typically provides short-term relief from symptoms. However, the doctor must explain the benefits and risks of hormone replacement therapy.
Coping with menopause is not something you can do overnight. It may take time, but as your body gets used to the physical and hormonal changes, things will eventually get better.
In the meantime, focus on boosting both your physical and mental health by doing proper exercise, eating a healthy diet, reducing stress, and seeking support.
Learn more about Menopause here.