The Key to a Healthy, Happy Menopause
Women’s lives are always changing and each chapter is full of joy.
The menopause signals a new chapter in a woman’s life. Just as the onset of menstruation is the sign of a young girl becoming a woman, so the menopause charts the end of a woman’s child bearing years, and the end of menstruation, which leads to a period of more physical freedom and a time to be enjoyed when women are still young but have more control over their bodies and can enjoy a very active life. It is a time to pause and reflect on life and then go on and enjoy the rest of your life which is why we have called the product Pause & Go! to support you through this time naturally.
Having a positive attitude to change is one of the keys to moving on to a bright future of self-growth and discovery. Although both wonderful and joyous, the years of child bearing we are leaving behind were real hard work and a time when a woman had to put the children’s needs before her own. There is no point in wondering if you should have had children or had more children – you are moving on to a period when you can have time for yourself again and put your aspirations first. If you choose to take care of yourself, it can be an exciting time. Women in their late forties and fifties can often look a lot calmer and more confident and youthful than the busy younger mother does.
Many women worry that the menopause indicates a period when they will be less attractive, but thesedays the outlook for women has never been brighter. Age brings confidence and wisdom which makes a woman very attractive. You know what suits you and you have passed the phase in your life where you needed to attract a healthy mate to father and provide for your children. You no longer need to be every man's dream and you can just enjoy them. There is a lot of negative press about menopause which can be frightening to women. You will not suddenly grow old just because you are no longer able to reproduce. It is important to realise that the menopause is a natural period of change and it will pass. Menopause brings freedom from menstruation which gives you back a huge degree of freedom and control. You only have to look at Madonna, Michele Pfeiffer and Olivia Newton John newly married and looking fabulous.
Menopause is not a disease
The menopause has become the subject of increasing medication over the last few years, but it is not a disease. Many doctors still approach menopause as an illness and a large number of women are prescribed Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) to deal with their symptoms. There are many natural herbs and products which can be very helpful and I recommend Pause & Go! as it has been very successful in helping women relax and feel free of symptoms.
Preparation is the Key
There is a significant nutritional factor when it comes to menopausal health. All women should prepare themselves for this new phase in life by eating appropriately. The chances are that pregnancy and breast feeding may have depleted your body. Over years spent feeding a hungry family and living a hectic life, you probably have not always had the time to provide your body with everything that it needs Eating a healthy diet is more important now as your body is not as young as it was. To make sure your body has everything it needs to deal with this special time I recommend taking Permea Plus which is a supplement that contains a mix of vitamins and minerals to provide your body with an insurance policy so that it has everything it needs. It contains best quality ingredients and is made in our factory in Holland.
If you do have symptoms that bother you I recommend Pause & Go!, a completely natural remedy developed to provide everything you need to relieve symptoms for a supported menopause.
For a copy of my Healthy Eating Guide click here.
If you do have worries or concerns, then it is best to have a chat with your doctor.
If you are, taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your GP or medical professional before taking supplements. This site is not intended to be a substitute for taking proper medical advice.
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