Your body isn’t the same after menopause. This former bodybuilder shares what changed for her, as well as an exercise hack that actually works post-menopause.
Nearing 60, columnist Dixie Laite still occasionally goes braless. But, something has changed as she’s aged. And, no, it’s not her boobs.
Maisie Hill talks about how the “autumn phase of life” is about so much more than hot flashes. Perimenopause is an opportunity to confront your suppressed feelings and write your next chapter.
Perimenopause will work you like you’ve never been worked before, but it’s possible that this hormonal and psychological transition will give you exactly what you need in order to be equipped for your remaining years.
Looking for relief from hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, and other perimenopause symptoms? Here’s advice from a woman who’s tackling perimenopause like a boss.
The author of “What Would Virginia Woolf Do” continues her mission to age without apology.
Aging happens to all of us, and it’s not a death sentence. OK, it is a death sentence, but again, it happens to all of us, so stop being babies and let’s start being old ladies.
Dixie Laite, 58, talks openly about her love of bodybuilding, collecting femorabilia, and managing the seizures that make her “brain broke”.
After calling bullshit on the lack of support for women in perimenopause, Jeanne Chung starts MIGHTY Menopause, a data-driven wellness experience.
A curated and growing guide to books, websites, doctors, and supplements that may help symptoms of perimenopause and menopause