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Why not celebrate menopause like menstruation?

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Why not celebrate menopause like menstruation? by Tree Elven on 18/10/2021
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As we're gradually seeing much more openness around menstruation, here's an interesting exploration of how another taboo topic, menopause, could be treated. The five-minute footage introduces us to mothers and daughters who discuss their experience of beginning their periods, and how the encouragement and wisdom they received or gave could be translated into the menopause experience. Neither the older nor younger generations in this production by a Canada-based nutraceuticals company are familiar with World Menopause Day. The older women are encouraged to give themselves advice and comfort by speaking to their reflections. What do you think of the approach taken? Despite affecting all women - assuming sufficient longevity - menopause is traditionally identified as an illness, an ending, a negative condition which is rarely discussed openly. It is often cloaked in shame or awkwardness, and met with derision. Is this kind of educational campaign an important step towards normalising the conversation around a persistent taboo? Does it make you question your own experience of menopause, whatever your age or sex?

Keywords: Renu Bio Health menopause, nutraceuticals and menopause, mother daughter conversations, World Menopause Day 2021, phytogen, hormonal balance,menstruation and menopause, the female experience

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