How are you managing menopause?

If you aren't managing menopause, there is help.

Many women think menopause starts when they are 50, whereas actually perimenopause symptoms can start at least 10 years earlier.

Hi, I am Glenda de Vries, a published author, former RN, wife, mother of two young girls, daughter, Christian and lover of life and health.

In a 1998 Gallup survey on women's health sponsored by the North American Menopause Society the majority of women surveyed reported being happiest and most fulfilled between the ages of 50 and 65! They reported their home life, sense of personal fulfillment, ability to focus on hobbies or other interests, relationships with spouse/partner, and friendships had all improved.

If this isn't the case for you, there is help for managing menopause.

I hope this site leaves you feeling more in control of your symptoms, and that you feel encouraged and enthusiastic about the better half of your life so you can be energetic, healthy and productive. 

Tips for ManagingMenopause

Tips for Optimum Health

FAQ about menopause

frequently asked questions about menopause
  1. The wisdom of menopause.
  2. Drink warm water with lemon juice.
  3. Coconut Oil for Your Hair.
  4. Moodiness: 10 tips to keep it under control.
  5. Foods you absolutely need to avoid.
  6. Shining the light on the truth about sunlight and cancer risk for you and your children.
  7. Best Vitamins for Skin: Plus 14 more tips for beautiful older skin
  8. GMO Corn: STOP! Don't put that in your mouth.

managing menopause symptoms

34 symptoms for menopause

Celebrities and menopause

celebrities and menopause

Perimenopause symptoms

Some women have no symptoms other than changes in menstruation, whereas others are debilitated by one or more of the 34 perimenopause symptoms which can occur at this time. Here's help for managing menopause symptoms such as moodiness, acne, tender breasts, hot sweats, hair loss, itchy scalp, brittle nails, depression... with natural menopause remedies.

Sometimes it just makes us feel good to know that everyone must pass through the transition. No one is exempt.

Dolly Parton talks about what it is like to go through menopause when she didn't have any children of her own.

Books about menopause
diet for menopause

You can find pretty well what you need to know on this site. However, if you wish to do your own research, these are the books I am recommending for managing menopause.

We still don’t know everything we need to know or would like to know about supplements, herbs and pills. However, one guarantee is that a healthful, moderate whole food diet won’t come back to bite you in the behind later in life with some horrible side-effects or life-threatening disease. This we know for sure. These recipes are healthy for your family as well! See the recipes here to help you deal with your perimenopause symptoms.

You can join us on my facebook page, where you will join more than 1,000 women who are in the same stage.

If you would like to read about me click here.

HTML Comment Box is loading comments...
Follow Me on Pinterest