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Happy Mother's Day from MenopauseRxHappy Mother's Day, Here's a Few Healthy Tips to Keep in Mind...

Try not to let stress take over other aspects of your life. Turn off the television, and don't worry about keeping tabs on current events. Most of this is beyond our control anyway.

For what you can control, here are a few tips:


1. Take a Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement:

Of course, healthy foods are always the ideal way of getting your nutrients. Additionally, you don't want to stop spending money on healthy food for the false economy of buying refined, overly processed groceries. Nonetheless, a full-powered multivitamin helps fill in any gaps your diet may not cover.

2. Get Out and Have Some Fun:

Clearing the mind with exercise sounds easy, but clearing the calendar to work it into a busy schedule isn't. In fact, better to not even think of it as "exercise." Do something fun instead that just happens to burn calories and bad thoughts. Take a walk with a friend, go on a bike ride, explore a local garden or park, and in general, enjoy. Think of it as meditation without the sitting still part.

3. Get Into a Healthy Routine—it Really Can Become a Routine:

Being healthy shouldn't be something you put off to some far point in the future, but something you feel every day, starting right now. Ultimately, you want being healthy to become a habit, but the kind you'll actually feel like indulging in every day. Exercise and a healthy diet have a great payoff—a happier, more balanced mind (more important than any checkbook) and a finely tuned, healthy body.

Don't let stress make you turn—or return—to unhealthy habits. You are worth more than that. As important as budget trimming may be, cutting back on your health is never a good idea.

4. Skip the Bad News—But Don't Skimp on Your Health:

In a tough economy, it's tempting to cut back on everything—even what's good for you. Don't be fooled. Now, more than ever, is the time to take care of you.

For instance, menopause and perimenopause symptoms aren't going to wait for a remarkable market rally and record-breaking stock sales.

5. May We Suggest a Proven Remedy...
If you're using an effective, natural supplement like RemifeminĀ® menopause and perimenopause relief for your symptoms, don't stop using it now for a cheaper, unproven black cohosh substitute.Ā  Plus, Remifemin has no estrogenic activity, so women who cannot take estrogen can safely use it.

Visit the MenopauseRx Online Store to learn more about Remifemin, we'll even give you a $1.00 off discount when you use coupon code MOTHERSDAY09.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Dr. John Sun"As a physician and pharmacist whose clinical practice encompasses traditional and complimentary treatments, I recognize that over-the-counter products are not as well regulated as prescription products. Certainly, not all black cohosh products are equivalent in potency and purity. Therefore, I have made it a routine part of counseling patients that they should choose their menopause and perimenopause supplements carefully. Just because the words "black cohosh" appear on a label, don't assume that it's all the same.

Remifemin is different. It's the only black cohosh supplement with almost 50 years of clinical testing behind it. That is the reason that I strongly recommend the Remifemin brand of black cohosh for the treatment of mild to moderate menopause symptoms".

John A. Sunyecz, MD, President, MenopauseRx, Inc.

Remembering Mom... and More.

While we're at it, remember some of the women who have been pivotal in your life. Not just Mom, but any woman, past or present, which has had a profound impact on your life.

If you can, let them know you appreciate all they've done.