“Effective Strategies for Women to Prepare Their Minds for Success”

In certain cultures and societies, women do not fear menopause, and this attitude seems to correlate with experiencing fewer symptoms. Take Japan for example, where the word for menopause is “konenki,” which translates to “renewed energy.” This perspective views menopause as a new phase of life, something to be embraced rather than dreaded.

Research has actually found that Japanese women tend to report fewer struggles with menopause as compared to women in other regions. This positive outlook and acceptance of menopause as a natural part of life may contribute to a smoother transition for women in Japan. Embracing the concept of menopause as a time of renewed energy and new beginnings could potentially help women navigate this phase with grace and ease.