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Perimenopause and Exploring the Role of Hormone Replacement

Updated: Mar 28


As women age, they experience various hormonal shifts that mark different stages of life. Perimenopause, the transitional phase before menopause, typically begins in the late 30s or early 40s, bringing with it a host of physical and emotional changes. Understanding the symptoms of perimenopause and exploring the role of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can empower women to navigate this transformative period with greater ease and well-being.


Perimenopause HRT and exercise

Perimenopause is a natural and inevitable phase in a woman's life, bringing with it a myriad of physical and emotional changes. While hormone replacement therapy remains a viable option for managing symptoms, it is essential to approach it with careful consideration of individual health factors. In addition to HRT, all women should incorporate the complimentary lifestyle changes of regular exercise, diet modifications, and prioritizing rest, as much as possible.


Informed decision-making, in consultation with healthcare professionals, empowers women to navigate perimenopause with resilience and embrace this transformative stage of life with confidence. If you are suffering from perimenopause symptoms, find a hormone literate provider in your area, or if you are in Massachusetts, contact Luna Hormone Health for a consultation.



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