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Signs that lifestyle upgrades may increase your vitality

Updated: Apr 27, 2023



Natural solutions for feeling good from the inside out:

If you are a woman age 35 or older, it is likely you sense your metabolism or something is different than when you were younger. Indeed, the perimenopausal transition tends to occur between the ages of 35 and 52, and is linked to hormonal changes. Also, the effects of cellular aging often arise near age 40, and may get worse over time. Yet, there are ways how to reverse aging naturally. Something can be done to defy aging and fix metabolism. Natural solutions may target cellular aging and/or hormonal changes.

How might you sense signs of cellular and hormonal decline?

First, it’s important to understand that any symptom is like a red flag. A symptom is a sign from your body that something is out of balance. Symptoms may be common, but symptoms should not be ignored. They can be early signs to take corrective actions—to avoid more severe health issues that could arise if symptoms are not properly managed.


Now let’s consider the different roles of hormones and cells in the body. Hormones serve as messengers, to influence activities that occur in the cells. While the human body is composed of trillions of cells, each hormone has a limited number of target cells it can signal.


The table below lists common issues in women beginning near age 40. CELLULAR Symptoms (linked to declines of the working cell) are shown on the left, and HORMONAL symptoms (linked to declines of the signal) are on the right. It may be surprising to see how many similar symptoms appear in the cellular and hormonal columns. For example, symptoms of fatigue and belly fat may arise from either cellular or hormonal causes. Thus, solutions with cellular and hormonal action may be more effective than managing only one or the other.


SYMPTOMS OF CELLULAR AND HORMONAL DECLINE COMMON IN MID AGE WOMEN

CELLULAR

HORMONAL

LACK OF ENERGY, FATIGUE

LACK OF ENERGY, FATIGUE

LOW QUALITY OF SLEEP

INSOMNIA, NIGHT SWEATS

LOW MOOD

MOOD SWINGS, IRRITABILITY, TEARFULNESS, ANXIETY

MEMORY COMPLAINTS

BRAIN FOG, MEMORY LOSS

GAIN BODY OR BELLY FAT

GAIN WEIGHT OR BELLY FAT

INSULIN RESISTANCE

INSULIN RESISTANCE

LOSS OF STRENGTH

LOSS OF MUSCLE

APPEAR OLDER

DEEP WRINKLES, HAIR LOSS

POOR IMMUNE RESPONSE

FREQUENT INFECTIONS

The presence of any of the listed symptoms in a mid-age woman warrants further assessment and a personalized management plan.


For more information about the typical cellular and hormonal declines after mid-age, and potential natural solutions, concepts are reviewed in the following 2 books.

​Roxy Dillon. Bio-young. New York: Atria Paperback, 2016.

​Melissa Grill-Petersen. Codes of Longevity. St. Pete Beach, Florida: Transcendent Publishing, 2020.

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Kala Kaspar, PhD, has a Doctorate degree in Nutritional Science and a background in Dietetics and nutritional counseling-- with expertise in healthy aging, women’s health and fitness, and natural lifestyle solutions to manage common cellular and hormonal declines after 40. Dr. Kaspar is the founder of Vibrant Allies Wellness Group and is dedicated to teaching how to nurture wellness. Please introduce yourself--for an initial free 30-minute personal consultation, speaking engagements, or corporate events click the following link

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Content © 2022 by Dr. Kala Kaspar + Vibrant Allies

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