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2. Pay Attention to Your Symptoms and Experience
Now that you have obtained a well-rounded view of menopause, you can begin paying close attention to your symptoms, triggers, experiences and expectations. Do you find yourself feeling more intense feelings? Do you finding yourself wanting to change something about yourself or the people in your life? Do you see changes in your eating, sleeping and exercise habits? Amassing this information is crucial if you want to explain menopause. Otherwise you will simply be speaking in general terms, which isn’t effective.
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