Women of all ages in the DFW area have a special opportunity to get learn, get support and connect to resources for menopause. By waiting till you are in menopause to deal with it, women risk it becoming a dreaded time of their life. Dr. Rashmi Bolinjkar, MD from Texas Health Physicians Group and an expert on menopause, will be conducting a free health seminar on Sat, Sept 16th 4 to 6pm "Navigating Menopause" in Allen, TX hosted by Radha Krishna Temple.
Menopausal women are the fastest growing demographics in the workforce today. Waiting till you reach your mid-40’s or later to even think about menopause may have an adverse effect on your health. Yet menopausal education, awareness and support are significantly lacking even in today’s high tech world.
Even if you many years away from pre-menopausal phase, you will benefit greatly from preparation. Since this stage of life will last easily 7 to 10 years, you can’t afford to neglect a big time span when menopausal health challenges could impact a significant part of your life.
Where you are health-wise going into menopause is really an important predictor of what your menopausal experience will be like and what your health will be like coming out on the other side of menopause,” said Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, PhD, MPH, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan and an expert on women’s health and aging.
It’s not necessary to go into menopause running for fear that the transition is “just going to slow you down.” With the right care earlier in life, many women feel some sense of freedom as they go through menopause.
Even if you have already past through menopause, you can be an incredible support to your sisters, daughters and grand daughters who have yet to or just entering the menopausal journey… Join for encouragement and inspiration to become a voice of support and mental support.
Register now for Navigating Menopause, one of the most crucial health seminars that may have a huge impact on the rest of your life! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/701141010637?aff=oddtdtcreator
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