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An Active Approach to Managing Menopause

Get Moving to Relieve Discomfort


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Excellent article, good need-to-know information! Report
Right now I'm listening to the advice of Dr. Anna Cabeca treating perimenopause and menopause with Keto WOE at the Keto Edge Summit. Report
Good information Report
Great info Report
Thanks for this great article. Exercise is wonderful for all kinds of things.
I get hot flashes when I eat refined sugar. No Sugar = No Hot Flashes. It's all good. Report
My hot flashes are worse if I don’t exercise Report
So glad it’s over with and we can just look back now. Report
I'm post menopausal and wish I'd had this article before. Thanks for the information. Report
Good information. Report
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Good to know I'm on the right track! Didn't know about staying topped off with estrogen thru exercise...interesting! Report
Thanks for the information! Report
Great article...I need all the help I can get! Report
Exercise was 'part' of my campaign, eating healthier than previously, upped my water intake (well monitored it better), got to know SparkPeople (at the back end) and lots of vitamin supplements. I talked out loud (more so than others appreciated - apparently!) and only knew I was in menopause because one of my friends noticed the symptoms when I did talk out loud! Well the good news is that I am on the other side. I was lucky, was possibly already half way through when I found out what it was. Had fairly mild symptoms; depression, night sweats, anxiety, sucidal, no energy, no staying power and a real bitch at times! Living in 40+ Degrees Centigrade confused the hot flushes, but think I got them in the morning. Report

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