World Menopause Day 2020 is on Sunday, October 18, 2020: Can this already be menopause?
Sunday, October 18, 2020 is World Menopause Day 2020. World Menopause Day 2012 World Menopause Day 2012
If you are already going through menopause or perimenopause you may begin worrying about what your life is going to be like. Menopause and your life after that. How you will face society, how to maintain your well-being and are probably scared about the way you feel and the changes your body is experiencing.You may worry how your mood will be, You wonder if you will be able to enjoy life in the same way you did prior to menopause. life after menopause can be quite enjoyable. In the 1980s, menopause was considered a scary and dreadful thing to be in. Some people even used the word castrated for women who had had a hysterectomy.
All that has changed. With the “baby boomer” generation going into menopause, most women are aware and the medical field and those who are continuously doing research have made information available that is extremely helpful. With guidance a woman can go through this phase of life smoothly. You have to be strong and fight things like anxiety and depression instead of resorting to drugs. There are still some social problems that do exist where menopause is treated as unnatural.
You need to adopt a “so what?” attitude. Face all that has to come because there are plenty of ways to handle this new phase of life. In fact in can be the most pleasurable time of your life. Contrary to what a handful of society in this world thinks, a woman can be a good lover because she knows she is free of getting pregnant ,s he can be a business woman with no worries of getting a period, she can be a writer, homemaker, traveler unlike your mother or grandmother who considered menopause as a taboo word. Don’t believe everything you hear.
Your sexuality remains the same. Lubricants help a woman when it comes to loss of libido. The reason is because of the vaginal dryness and the pain. So if you and your husband or partner discuss and handle things properly you can have a blast in this phase of your life which will bring you more closer to each other.
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Whats better for menopause?
What's better for menopause is a natural diet that does not consist of chemical laden foods like processed, junk and fast foods and liquids.
A totally certified organic or organic diet is what is required for a totally healthy body, so too is pure water, clean air, and clothing that has not be soaked in formaldehyde.
The drugs you are taking are only effecting the manufacturers profit margins whilst your health continues to declin. We must begin take more of a front seat where our healths are concerned and those drugs you are on are loaded with soy and soy causes your bones to turn in to aspic, that's a helly like substance - don't take them.
Why not go to Elaine Hollingsworth page and read up about the dreaded SOY Plant
A little snippet from Elaine's page
Eating Soy Foods Will Destroy Your Thyroid
and leach calcium from your bones
By Elaine Hollingsworth
Soy, due to its phytic acid, causes calcium to be stripped from the body, and impairs absorption of all minerals. Soy suppresses the thyroid gland, leading to serious problems.
Soy contributes to joint pain, and often merely discontinuing all soy and drinking lots of water to flush out the poisons will make the pain vanish. The highly-touted phytoestrogens in soy have been linked to increased cancer, infertility, leukaemia and endocrine disruption.
It is child abuse to feed a baby soy formula.
A baby fed soy will receive, through the phytoestrogens, the equivalent of approximately five birth control pills per day! The damage is incalculable. The British government is considering legislation to control the sale of soy-based baby formula - when will the rest of the world take notice?
.... for the rest of the information on this nasty little so-called food.
Happy World Vasectomy Day!?
In this case, you're preaching to the choir. My vasectomy scars are older than most of the people on YA.