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Menopause Matters for Women's Health
The more I got into my research, the more I began to understand that study after study showed that menopause was the time in a woman’s life when she is most at risk for health changes, especially changing liver, bone, muscle and cardiac health.
Research from the Australian Longitudinal Studies on Women’s Health conducted by Professor Wendy Brown and her team, was also showing that women entering their mid-life years were the highest demographic to stop exercising.
Yet, we all know how important exercise is to our future health, so again I became curious as to why this was. Afterall, my own doctoral studies showed a similar trend.
I knew that there must be a better way for us to manage ourselves at this stage of life, so we feel energetic and vibrant as we move into our post-menopause years.
We have very different lives from our mother’s generation and never before have medical and gerontology specialists seen so many diseases of older age.
But here’s the thing – when I looked at the health and longevity research, I learnt that most of these older-age health problems of our mother’s generation are related to inflammatory changes that arrive in mid-life.
Whilst medications such as MHT and anti-depressants have been the go-to treatment for women for decades, my own studies indicated that there are specific lifestyle solutions that we need to put into place to manage these inflammatory changes.
Which is why I have followed the women’s healthy ageing research to design two revolutionary lifestyle, symptom reduction programs.