How Your Exercise Routine Should Change In Midlife

There is so much conflicting information about how your exercise program should change as you get older. Part of the confusion is because the answer is different for every woman. In this article, I will cover some of the things you need to aware of adjusting your exercise program.

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5 Ways To Keep Your Brain Healthy

Once women start experiencing the effects of brain fog during menopause they likely start to wonder if dementia is the next step. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to help reduce your chances of developing dementia and keep you feeling mentally sharp as you get older.

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How to back into an exercise routine after age 40

You’ve decided enough is enough and it’s time to start exercising again. If you are a midlife woman then you’ll want to read this article before you get started.

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Self Care For Midlife Women

During perimenopause and after menopause women need self care more than ever. Self care can help you manage your increasingly complicated life and your menopause symptoms.

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Is it harder to change as you get older?

You’ve probably heard the expression “set in her ways”. Or maybe “You can’t teach an old dog a new trick”. Usually you use it to refer to someone who is older. You may be surprised to notice that you have become resistant to change as you get older.

But for many women change is desirable. They may need to make changes to lose weight, improve their health or to look and feel better about themselves. 

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