By 51 years of age, many women have already gone through menopause. Many women over 50 experience heart disease, chronic pain, cognitive decline, diabetes, weight gain, and their level of independence. Most importantly, women want to thrive beyond just mere prescription medications and doctor visits.
The time between a woman’s teens until her 40s is considered a woman’s reproductive age. More notably, the 30s often mark a time when many women focus on growing their family or fostering the relationships and connections with those closest to them.
In this article, I’m going to dive into hormone replacement therapy - the good, the bad, and the ugly. I want you to walk away from this article with the knowledge and awareness to make an informed choice regarding whether or not hormone therapy is right for you.
Prioritize sleep — Many people think in order to have good sleep you have to go to bed early. The important thing is to lean into whatever sleep style you are (night owl vs. early bird) and be consistent.