As women age, distracted with life’s responsibilities or perhaps just too busy to pay attention, their Self-Care can easily slide to the bottom of their priority list.
Struggling during menopause to accept our “new” body”, confidence and self esteem can become a pain point as we become unhappy looking in the mirror. In fact most days we just don’t feel like ourselves!
The passage through menopause is rarely a smooth journey. As our body shape shifts, weight release can become an uphill battle, plagued with frustration and setbacks. After months of disappointment, we may finally recognize that whatever worked in the past is no longer effective due to our new body chemistry. However, it
may not only be our weight that is a concern. Women are often overwhelmed with multiple symptoms such as night sweats, hot flashes, low energy, memory loss, non-existent libido and more.
Self-care should incorporate a weight release program to balance hormones in combination with the creation of a sustainable lifestyle, as individual as each woman! Challenging ourselves to substitute bad habits that are not serving us.
If one of the pillars of weight release is hormone balance, marrying it with lifestyle changes creates a sense of euphoria. And the opportunity to resolve the overwhelming symptoms associated with each women’s menopause journey.
So, what does Self-Care look like:
1) Creating a sustainable lifestyle for both our health and self-image.
2) Shifting our metabolism that seems to have come to a halt.
3) Adjusting our new chemistry by balancing our hormones.
4) Releasing unwanted weight
5) Consistent morning structure for peace & stress management.
Part of self-care is embracing the menopause journey with the understanding that there are answers. There are however a number of pillars including the ability to prioritize our health and mange our day- to-day stress. The rewards for prioritizing self-care are limitless:
- peace of mind and tranquility,
- less anxiety and improved sleep,
- a better quality and enjoyment of life,
- improvement and transition to better health
Self-care is a huge commitment with many far-reaching benefits, yet it also takes patience, diligence, commitment, and learning. Managing day-to-day life often leaves women unprepared for menopause, too depleted to take on its unpredictable adventures; however, there is a clear path to resolving our worst menopausal symptoms. A path that will allow us to find peace and tranquility, hope and renewed self-esteem.
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