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Going out for a walk is one of the easiest steps you can take to manage menopause symptoms and feel better—physically, mentally, and emotionally—right now! Learn 50 reasons to walk throughout midlife and menopause.

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There are at least 34 symptoms of menopause, and over the course of your journey, you may experience some strange symptoms that you are not aware of. If you do, it’s good to know you are not alone.

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Do you know what nutrients are especially important for midlife women? Check out our list of ten of the best vitamins for menopause symptoms.

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Hormonal changes in midlife can reduce your skin’s moisture, making it itchy and dry. Learn seven ways to nourish your itchy menopause skin.

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Aching fingers, tight hips, sore knees … menopause joint pain is one of the most common symptoms women have to face. Learn eleven things you can do to help manage the pain.

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The true sign of friendship may be letting your friend know when she’s sprouted an impressive new chin hair. Menopause facial hair can be coarser and darker. What to do? (If anything.)

The causes of electric shock sensation in menopause

Electric shock sensations or ESS isn’t one of the more common symptoms of perimenopause, but it can be scary when you feel a zing of electricity shooting through you.

Retaining Your Most Valuable Employees Through Menopause

In 2019, nearly 60 million working women in the U.S. were either approaching or in menopause. In their mid-40s and 50s, these are women in the prime of their careers. They’re employees who tend to be rich in experience and knowledge, making significant contributions, and ascending to or already in pivotal leadership roles. In other words, they’re the employees you’ve invested in and want to keep.

Menopause and Emotional Wellness: You Are Not Alone

What happens when women realize their stress, anxiety, and mood swings are different than they have ever experienced before, and in some cases may lead to rage and even panic? They may think they are alone in feeling this way, but connecting with other women in menopause who are experiencing the same emotions can help.