Menopause Guidance for Active Women
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There is no one-size-fits-all solution for women experiencing hormonal changes. Every woman's journey is different.
We find the information based on real research and the experts focused on active women. We sift through the fluff and bring you the information you need to keep doing what you love.
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Do you find menopause confusing? You're not alone. The symptoms read like the side effects of a scary pharmaceutical commercial. Even worse, medical providers are often undertrained and uncomfortable talking to their patients about menopause.
No two women will be the same in the menopause journey. We're here to make it easy to find the most up-to-date information for active women to stay feisty at any age.
What Exactly is Menopause?
This refers to the time when women begin to make the natural transition to menopause. Your hormones start to change, and you'll see a variety of symptoms begin to appear. This can start as early as the mid-30's for some women and lasts until a woman experiences menopause.
Even though we generally call the entire process 'menopause', the term refers to a specific day when a woman has not had a period for 12-months.
This refers to a women who has not had a period for 12-months. Although many of the symptoms associated with perimenopause tend to abate, women need to be proactive about new health concerns like lower bone density and heart health.