Most women don't believe it but talk to some of your friends and family members who are in their 40's. They will tell you that they are happier now than they have ever been. This however comes from a conscious effort to remain happy, active and healthy in your 40's
Living A Fuller Life at the Age of 40
Most women don’t believe it but talk to some of your friends and family members who are in their 40’s. They will tell you that they are happier now than they have ever been. This however comes from a conscious effort to remain happy, active and healthy in your 40’s
You may be feeling the effects of menopause as early as 42. Hot flashes and night sweats can rob you of sleep but studies have linked depression to sleep deprivation in women in their 40’s so it is imperative that you get the proper amount of sleep at this age. Cardio workouts are a great way to make sure your body is more prone to rest at the end of the day
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40 is around the time that you may be charged with caring for a aging parent or family member but no matter how much is put on your plate, you must find some time for yourself. Remember that you are more susceptible to depression in your 40’s so take some time to do something that you enjoy every day.
Keeping in regular communication with your doctor is always a good idea but especially so during your 40’s and pre-menopausal state. Hormone therapy may ease a lot of the symptoms you may be feeling and keep your sex life healthy and your overall physical state better.
There have been multiple studies that prove that learning an instrument or taking up a form of art can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. Your 40’s are a great time to learn something that you have always wanted to and you will find that even if you struggle you will feel more emotionally fulfilled and mentally stimulated.