Definition of menopause – the 365th day after your last period.
This means that you are in menopause for only one day! So, let’s celebrate! All the days after this one day, you are scientifically considered to be in postmenopause.
Perimenopause can also bring a new feeling of becoming invisible and even nonessential. Many of us feel that our worth has declined by the mere fact that our children have grown and don’t need us as they used to. We face the challenge of redefining our purpose and goals.
Use these herbs to manage stress, balance hormones, and control mood swings. Try natural menopause relief first!
Let’s face it, men do not have to face as severe a hormonal disruption as menopause in middle age. The workplace until relatively recently has been a male domain and men did not have to deal with menopause.
Research shows, again and again, that sharing with others reduces stress and anxiety and social connections are the best markers of good health and longevity.
Arming your children with pre-arranged responses to certain situations helps to give them a sense of control and a feeling that they are providing you with what you need from them.
How do you communicate with your partner and have a conversation about how you are feeling and the experience of going through menopause?
This blog post is about the importance of noticing and combating negative self talk in menopause.
Learning to communicate well about menopause is essential to enabling others to understand and support a woman through menopause