Get Your Confidence Back after Menopause

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Menopause can cause not only physical but emotional changes in women as well. Women experiencing menopause symptoms cope with mood swings, fatigue, and hot flashes, just to name a few. Many of these changes make a woman no longer feel like herself. She may lack the self-confidence she once had. Luckily, we’ve got some ways you can get your confidence back after dealing with menopause.

How Do I Overcome Menopause Symptoms?

Exercise regularlygaining confidence despite menopause symptoms

One of the first ways to gain confidence during menopause is to exercise regularly. Aerobic exercise specifically can help relieve stress and improve your physical health. It can also help you regulate a healthy weight and improve your overall body image.

Practice self-care

Treat yourself to something new or do something relaxing! If you’re feeling down about your body image, try switching up your style to match your new body. New clothes can be a great confidence booster. Also, taking a nice, warm bath or getting a massage can help you reach a greater level of calm.

Build your support system

Many women experience sadness, depression, or even loneliness when no one understands what they’re experiencing. If you have trouble with anxiety, depression, or sleeping well, contact a doctor for help. You could also join an online community of women dealing with menopause. Or, you could talk to other women in your life for support.

Get FemiLift

Being intimate with your partner can help you reduce stress and become more confident in your femininity. If you’re feeling like sex isn’t working, or it’s uncomfortable, try and try again. Practice and open communication makes perfect.

There’s also another option: FemiLift. The vaginal rejuvenation procedure can help women who experience a lack of vaginal feeling or vaginal dryness that can come with menopause. Contact Dr. Lynn Kowalski to see if you’re a good candidate for the procedure.

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