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Yoga & Menopause

Surviving and thriving in transition

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Twenty-three years ago, in the Dark Ages when I had my first hot flash at 39, I was calmly patted on the head by every physician I encountered. There was no attention paid to the discomfort of a woman going through The Change — except to offer her hormones to more or less fool Nature into believing nothing was actually changing. Or Prozac. Because at least then, perhaps…

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