Finally End Your Confusion and
Anxiety About Menopause…
And Turn This Traditionally Fearful and Negative Change into a Positively Empowering and Freeing Experience
Due to myths and misinformation, as well as scare tactics used by pharmaceutical companies to sell their menopause treatments, women can develop unneeded anxiety and stress about menopause, sometimes before it actually occurs and even years ahead of time.
Many women have heard menopause horror stories, misinformation, common myths and have perhaps lived with or known women whose lives have been turned upside down by this midlife event.
The concern women feel about menopause is usually based on the following symptoms that have traditionally been accepted as unavoidable:
Uncomfortable hot flashes and night sweats
Significant decrease in sex drive and sexual arousal
Uncontrollable mood swings
Vaginal dryness and discomfort
Increased stress and anxiety
Hair loss and premature skin aging
Unhealthy weight gain and lack of energy
Obviously, such symptoms are nothing to look forward to and many women resound themselves to accept these as unavoidable consequences of the natural life cycle that is menopause or may even assume that they are guaranteed to occur
But, guess what?
Those frightening menopause symptoms cannot only be managed and limited, but sometimes avoided entirely and are not actually experienced by all women.
The key is to understand the process of menopause and how to prepare your mind and body mentally and physically before you experience the first symptoms of perimenopause (the pre-menopause stage)
Research reported by Dr. JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH, shows that menopause can be "no cause for alarm or medical intervention" for most women
She points to studies that show 62% of women polled had positive feelings about menopause.
Another study reported that 80% of women showed insignificant changes in quality of life due to menopause
A full 75% of the women in one study reported that they did not feel less attractive because of menopause. Many women are relieved that pregnancy is no longer an issue for them, and find sex more enjoyable.
How do you guarantee that menopause has a minimal negative impact on your life?
How can you turn this traditionally feared life experience into a positive one?
How can you look forward to menopause, knowing that it will be an empowering time in your life, rather than dreading its arrival?
You can do all of those things when you are properly informed, and prepare yourself ahead of time with our special report…
Even if you have already entered menopause, when you are armed with facts instead of myths, reliable information instead of misinformation, you can limit the downside and increase the upside of what can be a truly uplifting and empowering experience
When you learn how to manage menopause you can enjoy...
A healthy and robust sex life
Less of an impact of mood swings on your quality of life and relationships
Less stress and anxiety
Effective symptom management
Healthy body weight management and a reduced chance of gaining weight
Plenty of energy
The empowerment that comes with being informed
And most important an
IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE
How do you take control of menopause rather than letting it control you? You do it by acting upon the latest scientific, medical, and physiological information out there. How do you get your hands on such information, actionable info that refutes many previously held beliefs and myths about menopause?
Your erase all of your stress and anxiety over menopause when you reserve your personal copy of the special report,:
ON THE INSIDE, YOU'LL GAIN ACCESS TO COMPREHENSIVE AND DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT MENOPAUSE
The 10 most common signs you have entered menopause
Effective natural remedies and lifestyle changes for dramatically reducing the impact of hot flashes
How menopause causes insomnia, and smart steps to getting better sleep.
The pros, cons, and risks of hormone replacement therapy
The differences between perimenopause and menopause
How lifestyle choices affect weight gain commonly seen in menopause
How simple exercise for just 2.5 to 3 hours a week can reduce the incidence and severity of hot flashes
How menopause may affect your memory and cognitive function and how to manage these symptoms and deal with them
Which lifestyle choices can improve and prevent symptoms
The one type of lubricant you should avoid at all costs, since it can actually increase vaginal dryness and irritation
How menopause can kill your sex drive ... and the simple solutions that may boost your sexual enjoyment
And everything else you need to know to manage menopause, what you might expect, and sensible solutions, with both natural remedies and conventional medicine
MENOPAUSE DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A FEARFUL, FRUSTRATING EXPERIENCE!
When you know what to expect, and how to prepare your mind and body for "the change," you dramatically reduce the negative effect that menopause has on your life.
Some women even report that menopause as an empowering, freeing, positive life experience. In most cases, this was because those women prepared themselves before they saw the first symptom of perimenopause or menopause.
When the time came, they knew exactly what to do, because they had been giving their minds and bodies healthy tools to fight negative menopause symptoms.
That is exactly what the "Managing Menopause" special report does for you.
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It provides you with the information you need to turn menopause from a scary, debilitating, and negative experience into a manageable and positive cycle in your life.
Don't let uncertainty, misinformation and dread about menopause rule your life
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