So now that I’ve accepting that I’m transitioning towards menopause or going through perimenopause, I’m learning how to stay in balance.
As I mentioned in my last blog post, How I overcame the dreaded menopause transition, it was hard for me to face but I have overcome my fears. Now I’m moving on to staying balanced.
In order to do this, I started researching reliable resources to see what I could find that would help me stay balanced.
A couple of the resources I’ve found so far, I’ve decided to compile into this blog post so that you can have access to them also.
Let’s get started with the resources…
Women’s Hormonal Health: Finding Balance was written by doTERRA International and it shares tips about how “…hormone change can cause a wide variety of physical and emotional symptoms…”.
Loved this article because the tips included have helped me to find my balance and keep it going.
Also from this article, I learned that..
Recognizing a hormonal imbalance is an important first step on your journey to health.
Which I must say is very true because once I accepted that I was going through perimenopause, then I could learn how to live a healthy life as I dealt with it.
In a blog post entitled, Do Diet & Exercise Really Help Symptoms of Perimenopause?, one of the interesting statements I found was that “It’s a fact that exercise helps reduce stress.” Really good article that gives tips that are helpful in dealing with the perimenopause transition period.
OK, I know that saying the big “E” word, exercise, may not be a favorite of many and believe me, it’s something that I’m learning to like better. Notice I didn’t say love because I’m still getting there.
Yet from this article I learned that…
Exercise is an excellent way to reduce stress and help balance your stress hormones, lift your spirits, and elevate your mood.
So I’m going to incorporate exercise to help deal with stress and improve my mood.
I’m going to keep sharing resources and how my progress is going when it comes to dealing with perimenopause right here on my blog. My plan is to learn how to stay balanced, improve my mood, beat stress, and to stay relaxed.
Keep checking in with me to see how things are progressing.
I would love to know how you are dealing with perimenopause or menopause so please leave feedback in a comment and share your thoughts.
If you have questions, please feel free to ask them by leaving your question in a comment too.
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