Embracing the Change – Menopause
Menopause has been pictured as one of the least exciting parts of women’s lives throughout the years. It has been known as something to dread, something to fear as if one woman’s life ends when this time comes.
Is that really the case, though?
Even though menopause is known to bring such unbearable symptoms, in reality, it is one of life’s MOST NATURAL events. We should embrace it. And no, it is not the end. When this time comes, it’s best to seek out help, and that’s what I do best – help my fellow women and spread awareness! With over 30 years of experience, I’ve dedicated my life to helping women thrive through menopause. And it’s not impossible!
I’m happy to witness my clients go through from feeling lost and helpless to an absolutely fabulous menopause transition!
It’s best to remind yourself that you only live one life and only have one body. Nurture it. Take care of it. Say to yourself, “I love being me. I appreciate myself and my abilities.” Treat yourself with compassion. Speak kindly to yourself. What helped me during those times was that I validated my emotions and advocated for my needs. I sought assistance from my Coach, Blue, who helped me every step of the way! That became my inspiration to start Dr. Gala Health Coaching, LLC. I focused on harmony and healing.
What if you have the opportunity to become someone who pursues challenges that help you learn and grow? Set goals that excite and inspire you? Devote your time and energy to meaningful activities? Protect your mental and physical wellbeing? Set reasonable boundaries and practice self-care?
I made those intentional choices too. My life now has purpose and direction. Now, it’s your choice – are you going to let yourself suffer or grab the opportunity in front of you and seek help?
Today, make yourself a priority.
Menopause occurs when you go through 12 months without having your monthly menstrual cycle. Prior to that you get irregular period, at time more bleeding.
There are hormonal changes in the body. Your sexual desire is reduced and you get hot splashes, sweats at night.
It is natural process and taking care of your health will help you keeping your emotions at bay and feeling of awkwardness in this situation in life. Realize that it happens to every human.
Keep a healthy life with healthy food and regular exercise as part of your daily routine.
Eat fruits, vegetable, foods containing omega-3-fatty acid like salmon, flax seeds.
Stay away from processed and refined foods.
I adjusted my life during and reading about menopause from high authority websites.
You can take professional coaching and advise if you think it is necessary. It is just one life. Live it well.
Thank you for your review, Anusuya. Indeed it is a difficult time in life.
I appreciate the advice about diet and exercise–these are great ways of coping with menopause symptoms!
Many ladies become depressed or anxious about life when there bodies are adjusting to menopuse. As a male, I can attest to this fact, as I have seen many successful women stumble through this stage of their life. They simply had great problems managing their emotions and feelings. It is great to know that there are people who can really make a difference and change the perspective of the individual so they can learn to value this stage of life.
I’m glad to hear you found our post helpful and that we’ve been able to provide some perspective on this stage of life. I know how difficult it can be for women amid menopause, but also how important it is for them to find a way through it so they can continue living their lives with vitality.
It’s always great when someone, especially a man, shares feedback about the work we do, and I appreciate your taking the time to leave us a review!
I would appreciate it if you shared this source with women in your social circle, and you can invite them to join my upcoming workshop for a wholly enlightening experience.
This is a topic that is very little talked about, and so bravo for this text so that women would not feel lonely. Menopause is a normal occurrence but it really brings a lot of changes in a woman that are not pleasant at all and they often need help.
Thank you so much for your feedback Bojana! I’m glad to hear that the information in this post has been helpful and informative. It’s a topic that can be difficult to discuss, but it is crucial. Menopause is an integral part of life, and we’re glad you feel comfortable talking about it with other women. Should you need more information or simply prepare for what comes next, I am happy to let you know that you are welcome to join my upcoming workshop this march 30th. Just click the link and register.
I am expecting to hit menopause anytime now being 52, and the only thing I am not looking forward to is the belly that seems to be hard to get rid of. It is great to know there is help just a quick click away if you are feeling overwhelmed with it all and if you need help dealing with the symptoms. But you are right, instead of dreading this part of our lives, we need to embrace it and appreciate who we are and what we have achieved so far in our lifetimes.
This is a great time to make more time for yourself, as life is a little less busy than it was ten years ago.
Thank you for your review, Michel, I’m so glad to hear that this article resonated with you and helped you.
I hope the information we provided was helpful, and if there is anything else you want to know about menopause or how to live a healthy life as we age please don’t hesitate to contact us. By the way, we are sharing the three simplest secrets to thrive through menopause in a workshop happening this March 30th. You’ll find some great tips to help you keep belly fat away, even when you arrive in menopause. I would love to see you there!