Congrats on almost getting through a long, dark, and cold winter. Now, we welcome March Madness — or is every month madness month during menopause?Anyways, we strongly believe that preparing for perimenopause/menopause is so much more productive than reading horror stories about it, so today we’re sharing our top five tips for preparing for perimenopause — to help you feel as prepared as possible.
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Inspired by the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman, the concept of love languages has taken the world by storm. Millions of people have come to understand the basic truth: relationships tend to flourish when we actually understand each other — and communicate with each other in the ways that suit us best.
Perimenopause means “around menopause” and it’s defined as the time leading up to menopause. It’s the point when your reproductive hormones first start to change. Some distinctions regarding perimenopause include:
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