Added: Artavia Deskins - Date: 09.01.2022 08:57 - Views: 33230 - Clicks: 1301
Aileen blew into my office like a Summer storm. I started by reinforcing that menopause is not a disease. I jokingly explained that women were not deed to self-destruct at fifty!
Menopause is a normal, natural transition, and it is vital for women to view it with a positive perspective. One woman put it well.
However each person is ultimately responsible for his or her own health. We, the patients, need help, guidance, and a listening ear. The needs of women are not being met! This problem with compliance is due to poor communication and fear. After all, treatment of symptoms is not limited to simply taking a drug.
Successfully navigating the potentially turbulent waters of menopause requires a more comprehensive approach. Herbs, complimentary teachings, diet, and exercise all should be discussed along with hormones. The main caveat surrounding these modalities is that they must be held to the same standard and scrutiny that safeguards traditional hormone replacement. The major problem in meshing the traditional and complimentary approaches to health is a mistaken perception of mutual exclusivity. These treatments can coexist and be complimentary. I am saying that choice and personal responsibility are keys to unlock a joyous menopause.
This is an opportunity to live with passion and fulfill your life mission. This is a time to take stock of the past and choose your path for the future. The choice is yours. It is a choice that is difficult if not impossible to make wisely without sound information and guidance. Many of the lifestyle choices you make, such as diet and exercise, can dramatically affect your menopausal experience. It is not a time to be complacent or anxious.
It is a time- a season- to rejoice and celebrate the joy of living. Attitude — what we believe is our reality, what we know is our truth. Belief plays a major role in the symptoms of menopause. Our thoughts become our actions, our actions become our deeds, our deeds become our habits, our habits become our character, and our character becomes our legacy. In many instances, if you anticipate a horrible experience, you will be right!
Action — this involves two levels. First, acting on your knowing.
There is nothing more sad than a good idea that dies from loneliness or lack of attention. The second part of action is exercise. It is the fountain of youth and can help in reducing both weight and hot flashes! Aptitude — educate yourself, learn your options. Ask questions, talk to others, and take responsibility. Through knowledge about menopause, you eliminate fear and create opportunities. Learn so you can be a partner in your health care. Apothecary — We have a plethora of medicines and natural substances to treat the symptoms of menopause. These are merely tools; however, they cannot stand alone.
Menopause or mental pause? Explore your options and live joyously and healthy.Hot woman at stop Augusta
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Menopause or mental pause?