* Low Energy
* Weight Gain
* Loss of Strength
* Loss of Endurance
* Mood Swings
* Brain Fog
* Loss of interest in things you once enjoyed
* Frequent pain
* Chronic disease such as hypertension or Type II diabetes, or told by your doctor you are in the "pre-chronic condition" category?
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If you answered yes, you are not alone!
These are not "normal" conditions that you have to deal with for the rest of your life.
Many women experience these issues but quickly chalk them up to getting older. Sure things change as we get older - wrinkles appear, parts droop, and we have numerous pairs of reader glasses stashed around the house.
Yep, some things are just inevitable as we get older. However many of the aches, pains, and ailments we attribute to aging can be delayed or avoided through simple lifestyle changes.
Skeptical? Just a few decades ago, Type II diabetes and hypertension were diseases only "older" people suffered from. Now these diseases are affecting people in their 30's and by age 50, these people are relying on a daily handful of pills just to keep their symptoms under control. (Note that these pills are only managing symptoms, not curing the disease!)
Study after study has shown that chronic illness is on the rise in adult Americans and poor lifestyle choices are key contributors to the development of these diseases.
Living a healthier life does not necessarily mean a complete overhaul. Most often, our health can be improved through simple, practical, doable changes