Thursday, February 22, 2018
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I love this article.  It is clear that Jennifer makes her own choices about her body, even against her doctor’s advice if she feels it is not in her best interest.  She has a great attitude about perimenopause (and menopause) which helps to pave her way through this transition with grace and ease. If you have perimenopause symptoms, why not investigate the herbal suggestions in this article as Jennifer did.  You will want to do your research or contact an Herbalist who is experienced in that area. Another solution is to read about and become familiar with what Dr. John Lee recommended. ... (Read More ...)

This article is by Dr. Fay Whitbourne.  Interesting that her view of menopause is pretty much the same as what we have been writing about for you.  If you can prepare yourself for these perimenopause symptoms the easier this transition will be for you. Everyone experiences menopause in a different way.  Read the article to see if Dr. Fay mentions something that may help you with your “menopausal” state of mind and/or body. Coping With Midlife Challenges by Dr. Fay Whitbourne WHILE not exactly the period some would describe as the prime of their lives, being a middle-aged woman does... (Read More ...)

Do you do any kind of consistent exercise?  Perimenopause, that time leading up to menopause when your hormones are fluctuating, is when you are going to experience symptoms.  Perimenopause and menopause, both can be a stressful time in your life!  If you haven’t done your research and don’t quite know what to expect, then it will catch you be surprise, no doubt!  Since we know that exercise has so many benefits already for your body, your mind and your spirit, would it not help to eliminate those perimenopause symptoms and menopausal symptoms?  The proof is in this article by... (Read More ...)