In the years between menstruation and menopause, women experience many physical and hormonal changes. And, contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t stop after menopause. While menopause affects each woman differently, one common denominator is that menopause comes with surprising health risks for all women. But why exactly is your health affected so long after your last period?
When it comes to retirement and money, people seem to be more anxious than ever before about how they will be able to pay for care as they age. Between rising costs of living and health care expenses and recovering from losses incurred during the 2008 economic recession, baby boomers are more concerned than ever about the cost of long term care.
As a savvy consumer, you wouldn’t buy a house or rent an apartment without asking questions about the property first. You also wouldn’t buy the first car you see without learning about its features. And just as you would seek buying advice and do extensive research before making these and other purchases, choosing a medical alert device company for your loved one is no different.
There is an old expression about the fact that you cannot plan for everything in life: “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” This is true at all stages of life: you can plan for being hired for a great job out of college, but there is no guarantee; you can plan on the outcome of your child’s life once you become a parent, but you will quickly find that you have no control; you can make arrangements for your post-retirement life, but unexpected obstacles can get in the way.