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Welcome to our newsletter. Each month, we will provide articles or stories for women focused on healthy living, with information and tips on how to do just that. Please share this newsletter with the women in your life – friends, family, coworkers and neighbors. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is easier when we do it together.

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Persper-eez is not only perfect for hot days but any day you want to be dry and confident. Whether you're heading out to exercise, putting on formal wear, getting ready to make that business presentation, are a pregnant woman experiencing breast growth, or you care for a senior with under breast sweat problems, Persper-eez is right for you!

Here's Another Way to Wear Persper-eez

We’ve heard from a couple of women that they are attaching the pads directly to their bra, laying the bra down on a flat surface and attaching the pads to the bottom edge of the bra, then putting it on. Let us know if you’ve tried it too. info@persper-eez.com.

The Crazy Woman in My Body

Menopause. The word strikes terror in the hearts of men and makes women break into a hot flash. So what is it, and why does it make some women feel like their body has been taken over by aliens?

By definition, menopause is when a woman has not had a menstrual cycle for 12 consecutive months. The ovaries no longer make eggs, and the monthly menstrual cycle ends. While that sounds relatively harmless (even welcome news to women), the body has to make major adjustments to its new normal.

During perimenopause (the time leading up to menopause), the ovaries are trying to maintain the same levels of estrogen production it’s done for years. Not easy when the body is aging out of the reproductive years. Some days its overkill, some days it’s well under the mark, thus the swing in mood, energy, even sleep.

As hormone levels fluctuate, the brain tries hard to compensate. If that compensation is quick, we won’t notice. Other times we burst into tears over a commercial, overreact when our child/teen misbehaves, or have a temper tantrum when the grocery store only has green bananas, all of which will surprise ourselves as well as others.

Other emotional and physical symptoms that may emerge during perimenopause and menopause include a lack of motivation, aggressiveness, problems with concentration, tension, irritability, sadness, and fatigue. While menopause does not cause depression, it can produce symptoms that seem to indicate a new problem. If you find yourself increasingly unable to cope with daily life, make an appointment with your medical professional. Anti-depressants may help you get through this time of change.

How to Cope (for your benefit as well as those around you)

It’s important to be in tune with the signals your body is sending. While at first we simply wonder why everyone is trying to tick us off, eventually we realize (or have it pointed out by family or friends) that our mood swings and behavior have become a problem.

Be kind to yourself. These physical changes are not all “in our head” nor are they something we can control through will-power. You are not losing your mind, although it might occasionally feel like it.

Breathe. When you’re tempted to react sharply, step back and take a deep breath. When emotions are in turmoil, our bodies tense and we may hold our breath. Breathe slowly and deeply for a moment, which will let you analyze what’s happening and regain control.

While eating healthy and getting exercise are always good ideas, they can be essential tools in combating the issues of menopause. Load up on fresh fruits and veggies, drink lots of water, and make yourself get some form of exercise each day (take the stairs instead of the elevator, park farther from the mall door). Stepping outside even just to get the mail can help you press the reset button on your emotions.

Make time to relax. Try new ways to quiet your mind and body. Yoga, meditation, music—all can allow us to slow down, release tension, and find an inner peace that helps us cope better.

Foster your inner creativity. A sense of personal achievement can combat the pull of negative thoughts and emotions.

Reduce stress wherever possible. Do more of what you love, and less of what you don’t. Pass off or trade (at least temporarily) chores you dislike.

Spend time with family and friends doing something fun and different. If you’re finding relationships draining, keep the outings short but meaningful.

Your medical professional may have other suggestions to help you through this tumultuous time. What works for one woman, won’t for another, so try different things to uncover what’s most beneficial for you.

While you can’t stop menopause, you can take care of yourself. You’re worth it!

Our contributing writer is Stacy Monson. She contributes to local and national publications on a variety of topics from healthy living to Alzheimer's Disease. She is also a published author of fiction. Her Chain of Lakes series has won a variety of awards. Her newest book, Open Circle, releases June 22, 2018. You can find her books on Amazon and other online retailers.

For questions, comments or additional information contact:
Diane Dandron
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