Feminine RX

May 2013
Prevention India;May2013, p8
The article discusses what can be done to prevent menopause accompanied with depression, loss of sleep and physical discomfort. To ensure a trouble-free menopause, women are advised to follow a healthy lifestyle-regular exercise, a nutritious diet, and adequate sleep. Women are urged to have regular physical activity, to set priorities and break large tasks into small ones, and to maintain a regular bedtime schedule.


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