How to Live Your Best Life in Menopause

Struggling with hot flashes, insomnia, mood swings, weight gain or low libido? An Enquête de Santé episode on France 5 provided comprehensive information to better understand and live through this complicated period.

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The drop in hormones can trigger symptoms that vary from one woman to another. While menopause isn’t an illness, it can expose women to various diseases, including cardiovascular disease. This means screening for risk factors is a public health issue. Should you take hormone replacement therapy? What are the most effective natural methods to live your best life during menopause? We know one thing for sure: menopause is the time that reveals how important it is to take care of yourself. The report features a wide variety of presenters, including Prof. Geneviève Plu-Bureau from Women’s Cardiovascular Healthcare Foundation.





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