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Lisa Carver Jul 16
Two years of hot flashes. I've resorted to sleeping on the floor, in front of the a/c vent, with a fan blowing on me.
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🌛⭐EssexWomble⭐🌜 Jul 21
Just went to make a coffee. Boiled kettle etc. Sat down on sofa with my mug then realised my mug was still bloody empty! 😂😂😂 How the hell does that even happen?! Guess it's better than putting the kettle in the fridge like I did before...😂😂
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CafeWoman Midlife Health & Well-being. Jul 20
What a refreshing article, & a viewpoint I entirely agree with. " may mean we are no longer able to procreate. But it doesn’t mean that we can’t create. As elders in our communities it is time to treasure our experience & use it, wisely.....This is our time to shine"
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Meno and Me 4m
womeninsport_uk have released this survey. Feeling good is a womensbpriority over anything else during The survey shows that women feel empowered during 💪💪 menopause if they…
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Women of a Certain Stage Jul 13
is on 18 October. What do you want to see happen this year to raise awareness and improve lives for the millions of women going through ?
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Dr. Jay Wrigley Jul 14
The Chinese botanical Berberis is showing thru research to reverse insulin resistance and decrease inflammation thru its active ingredient Berberine. I used it with keto to drop 95 pounds.
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YourNewLifePlan Jul 19
66 symptoms! The list grows, but can you add any more?
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Wellbeing of Women Jul 18
A mother who started the at 29 said she had to "just get on with it" because of a lack of specialist care:
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YourNewLifePlan Jul 17
Holidays are great, but eating and drinking habits can change causing internal stress, further disrupting hormones. Start the day with a glass of water and lemon.
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Menopause Support Jul 19
Please Make Women’s Health Matter. “I don’t care who takes the initiative, I don’t care who gets the credit, I care that women are suffering every day, sometimes all day, every day, sometimes for weeks, months and years on end.”
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EMAS Jul 21
Study of health behaviors and experiences during finds: •Many women do not feel prepared •Women are interested in lifestyle programs •Involving women in the design of interventions that impact their lives is important.
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ThePresentArt&Crafts Jul 21
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34Menopause Symptoms Jul 18
Tingling extremities during are usually the result of hormone fluctuations.
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CafeWoman Midlife Health & Well-being. Jul 17
🌻One of the most challenging times to be compassionate towards ourselves is in often when we need it the most! 🌻If you feel low & self defeating thoughts start to appear, stop for a moment take a breath,& just start talking to yourself with kindness & compassion.
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The Femedic Jul 16
There are lots of reasons why your periods may get heavier as you approach the , and while it is rarely serious and often easily solved it is always worth getting checked out by a doctor.
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Sally Leech - Menopause Coach Jul 21
In case you missed it: Read how the has affected my brain and knowing this is normal really helps
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My Hormones Magazine Jul 17
We are determined to help women get to know their hormones. It's absolutely scandalous that we can go through a lifelong hormonal roller coaster without knowing a thing about them! We've got a surprise coming soon!
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Women's Clinic 2h
? Quitting smoking and refraining from using tobacco products will help you better transition through .
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Sally Leech - Menopause Coach Jul 13
How much time do you spend outside each week?
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Menopause Support Jul 16
Menopause-how to get the most out of your doctor’s appointment. Written for anybody about to visit their doctor to discuss
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