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4 Realistic Resolutions this 2022

I want to start this one with a fun fact! According to the U.S. News & World Report, 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail, and they fail by the second week of February. We make them with such good intentions, we stick to the promised intentions but then by Valentine’s Day, out of the window they go. Why does that happen? For me it’s quite simple, I get a bit optimistic about an unrealistic situation. I know myself, I know my willpower but I overlook the fact where I know that this is not my piece of the pie.

So the bottom line is that it’s important to make realistic resolutions that we know if we make a slight effort we will stick to it and also celebrate it by the end of 2022! Here is a list of 4 realistic resolutions this 2022.

Resolution No. 1 - Educate me about Menopause!

There are a lot of reasons why women should educate themselves about menopause. It’s important to be aware of what your body will and is going through. Many women stay in denial, some have acceptance issues and all this is due to the stigma surrounding Menopause. Accept Menopause, is an important phase that lasts long enough to either make you or break you. A new survey report by Forbes shows that 73% of women don’t treat their menopause symptoms. All we have to do is accept it, read the blogs on atMenopause to educate yourselves about menopause, and ride the menopause symptoms wave like a pro!

Resolution No. 2 - Adapt to a healthier lifestyle

Adapting to a healthy lifestyle is the most important part of healthy menopause. There are many daunting symptoms of menopause that can be controlled or even eliminated by following a healthy routine. These include meditating, exercising, and even avoiding trigger foods like caffeine during menopause. Before you reach 2022, make some concrete goals. A good way to start is by making a checklist of choices that will lead to healthier lifestyle choices like a 10-minute walk every day in the evening, or yoga for 20 minutes every morning. Choosing a natural herbal replacement to control the symptoms of menopause may also be a good start especially in order to avoid the side effect of hormone replacement therapies. Remifemin is a good choice to go natural and settle the symptoms of menopause. Remifemin helps in reducing hot flashes and even helps in controlling mood swings making it a good alternative. The choice is yours, make sure your choice is achievable and sustainable.

For more details, check out this article on Yoga and Menopause

Resolution No. 3 - Reduce stress from my life

The third resolution but the most important one yet is managing stress. Stress is the biggest killer, however, managing stress during menopause is not a cakewalk. In order to manage stress, it’s important to identify the triggers of stress, pen down your triggers, read them several times, and come up with a manageable solution for them. It is a good idea to write your solutions after a brainstorming damage control session for stress management and diligently follow these solutions to avoid stress. I always emphasize how beneficial are herbal remedies, Calmvalera is a natural remedy to relieve stress and like other stress management remedies, they have no addiction as Calmvalera is made of natural ingredients.

Resolution No. 4 - Stay socially connected

Women tend to go into a cocoon during situations out of their control. I have seen women give up meeting up with friends for dinner, avoid family dinners, and even skip weddings of people close to them. Why? Because staying at home in front of the TV is so much better. Friends are an outlet, an outlet to emotional turmoil, an outlet to uncertainty. It may seem difficult to jump-start yourself to plan a lunch with friends, but meeting friends especially other women going through menopause is so important. It’s important to talk to your friends about menopause, hear about their menopause and how they are dealing with it. Overall, connecting and letting go will only help, and it’s quite refreshing also. Meet your friends twice a month if every week seems too much but know for a fact that doing this will help largely.

I hope that this list has inspired you to make a list of your own New Years’ resolutions. We, the team at atMenopause, wish you the very best to reach your goals for 2022. We promise to keep you updated and informed on menopause in the coming year and also make atMenopause reach to women who are dealing with menopause in silence and men you are seeing their women suffer as well. It’s not suffering in silence anymore, in 2022 embrace Menopause, Wellness, Health, and Self-love!

Happy New Year!


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