Embracing the New Normal: Menopause Hormones

By Dr Kelly

April 2, 2018

Menopause is a natural and inevitable part of life for women, and it can bring about many changes and challenges. Here are some tips on how to embrace the changes of menopause:

  1. Stay informed: Learn as much as you can about menopause and the changes it can bring. This can help you understand what to expect and how to manage any symptoms that arise.

  2. Stay active: Regular exercise can help alleviate many symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, mood swings, and weight gain. Exercise can also help improve your mood and overall well-being.

  3. Eat a healthy diet: A healthy diet can help alleviate symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and weight gain. It can also help improve your overall health and reduce your risk of certain health conditions, such as heart disease and osteoporosis.

  4. Manage stress: Menopause can be a stressful time, and stress can exacerbate symptoms such as hot flashes and mood swings. Find stress-reducing techniques that work for you, such as meditation, yoga, or deep breathing.

  5. Seek support: Connect with other women going through menopause, either through online forums or support groups. Talking with others who are experiencing similar challenges can help you feel less alone and provide emotional support.

  6. Talk to your healthcare provider: Your healthcare provider can help you manage any symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes or vaginal dryness. They can also provide guidance on how to stay healthy and reduce your risk of certain health conditions.

Remember that menopause is a natural and normal part of life, and it's important to embrace the changes that come with it. By staying informed, staying active, eating a healthy diet, managing stress, seeking support, and talking to your healthcare provider, you can navigate this transition with confidence and grace.

About the author

Dr. Kelly has 25 years of expert medical experience caring for the sickest of the sick people in critical care (including ICU, Heart surgery, Heart & Lung transplant surgery, as well as cardiology). She is a clinical specialist who has taken care of and trained others to care for the critically ill/the elderly and developed many screening and preventative programs to help improve the health of the population. The reality is that most people just don't have to be that sick. or stay that sick. So, Dr. Kelly decided to change the focus of the care she provided: to prevent, reverse and restore the health of individuals.

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