The World Health Organization (WHO) designated October as World Menopause Month in 2014. Although we’ve come a long way regarding the approach to managing menopause, many women dread it, particularly in Western cultures. And far too many suffer in silence. It is possible to be proactive and prepare for the “menopause marathon” long before its onset. You can come out a winner on the other side of this natural, normal life transition. So, step into your power, and welcome this stage of life.
- The Menopause Life Cycle: Signs and Symptoms of the 3 Stages
- Menopause Exercises and Videos To Improve How You Feel
- Eat These 10 Foods To Help Your Menopause Symptoms
- Alcohol and Menopause Facts: What You Need to Know
- Our Health is Priceless: Preventive Care Matters
- Feeling More Anxious As You Age? 7 Simple Strategies
- Powerful Ways To Declutter Your Mind
- Be Less Stressed Toolkit
- How To Feel Happy Every Season Of Life
- How To Be Your True Authentic Self
- 20 Ways To Be Grateful and Kind During Difficult Times
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If you are in crisis, an additional resource may be the toll-free, 24-hour National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).