PerimenopauseMenopause

Simple Ways To Support Women In Your Life

March is a special month and not solely due to spring, but because it’s Women’s History Month and on March 8th, International Women’s Day! You don’t need another history lesson to be appreciative of the women in your life. You can honor special women that have impacted you in practical, supportive ways.

How To Support Other Women

  • Join Women’s Facebook Groups: Facebook groups can offer a ton of support. There are women’s Facebook groups for just about any interest out there. Since you’re dealing with either perimenopause or menopause symptoms, you might want to consider joining our group: Amberen Perimenopause & Menopause FB group. We started the group to help women in both perimenopause and menopause suffering from hormonal imbalance related issues due to “the change.” It’s a private group and a place women can feel safe sharing their transitional midlife experiences. The FB group is also an excellent way to make new friends and support those dealing with similar hormonal issues as you.
  • Support Women-Owned Businesses: Depending upon where you live, you can find small businesses just about anywhere. There are 12.3 million1 women-owned businesses within the U.S. alone that generate $1.8 trillion of revenue annually. However, some small businesses owned by women might be struggling. This is especially true due to the aftermath of Covid-19. So, one way to support women in your neighborhood is to buy products, services, meals, and other goods from women-owned businesses. You can support women-owned businesses online too. Discover them through online shops such as Etsy and Amazon.
  • Help A Senior Woman: If you know of an elderly woman in your neighborhood that can use a helping hand, volunteer! There are plenty of things she might need help with, such as grocery shopping, driving her to do errands, tidying up around the house, or helping to make dinner once a week. Some seniors live alone, which can be lonely, especially given senior citizens are more vulnerable to Covid-19. So, staying indoors can make her feel a little blue. A simple conversation over coffee or tea can improve her spirits and go a long way. It can also help you feel better, too.
  • Be Supportive Of Family: If your blessed to still have Mom in your life, make efforts to call, Facetime, text, or safely visit her when feasible. Mom will love to hear from you and can use the familial support as she ages. If you have sisters, don’t forget to stay connected with her too. It’s easy to get busy with everyday life and lose touch with immediate family members, but March is a great time to let the women in your family know just how much they’ve positively impacted you. Send a personal thank you card, flowers, or a gift card to let them know how much they matter to you.

Final Thoughts

Here at Amberen, we’ve made it our mission to support women through one of the most significant changes in her life. You can embrace your transition and know that you’re not alone. Every woman will eventually go through perimenopause and menopause.

However, hormonal changes can impact everyday productivity, worsen sleep, and leave you feeling sluggish throughout the day. When you incorporate Amberen Perimenopause and Amberen Menopause in your daily routine, you’re welcoming multi-symptom relief that works 24/7 for you. Plus, our formulations do not contain any hormones, drugs, or herbs. So, get back to feeling like yourself again with Amberen and embrace womanhood.

Order Now
  1. https://www.fundera.com/resources/women-owned-business-statistics

This blog post and the recommendations made herein are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to be used as healthcare advice. Individuals are encouraged to consult their healthcare provider with questions about their specific needs.

The references provided in this blog post are identified for informational purposes only and such references and the underlying research, including the entities and individuals involved in the underlying research, did not involve Amberen and are not affiliated with Amberen or the makers of Amberen.

Questions? call nurseaid††at:
(800) 211-8021(800) 211-8021

Questions? Chat with an Amberen Nurse Now!††

Message Us
Message Us