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Change your mind and body
Remember that healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes with varied packaging. Having a healthy body image starts with positive thinking and continues with healthy lifestyle choices. So start off 2013 with these key healthy habits:
Change your future
We all need to be proactive in taking care of our health. One way to do that is to assess our own risk for common health issues related to aging and menopause. Here are two simple tests that can help make this effort a priority:
Change your change
Attitude can have a tremendous impact on your menopause transition and on your resilience to ordinary setbacks, too. For instance, the more negative a woman’s thoughts about hot flashes, the more intense they may seem.
It has been shown that changing thoughts and attitudes may reduce symptoms. Even in the face of difficult symptoms, women consistently say that changing their outlook helps. Here are some ways to make your menopause experience more positive.
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Keep up on our collaboration with MORE Magazine (which celebrates women 40+). This exciting feature appears monthly and is archived on our website. This month's article is Physical Activity at Midlife.
Twenty-five years ago, The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) was founded on the principle that women like you deserve the most scientifically accurate and up-to-date information. We are so proud to have provided the best in women’s health research and education to tens of thousands of women. Hopefully, we have helped you.
We have never asked for a donation, but providing this level of support is costly. I hope you will consider helping us in any way you can. Your contribution will allow us to continue the important work we do to make the lives of women healthier and better. A donation of $100 or more will get you a free copy of our Menopause Guidebook.
Tara Allmen, MD, NCMP President The North American Menopause Society Foundation
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