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Menopause and the magnetizer

Menopause is not a pathology, it's just another stage of life.


Women should be prepared for this change. They often experience this event in loneliness and a form of shame.

Over 40% of postmenopausal or premenopausal women have heard sarcasm about it. One of the most common misconceptions is: "It's her menopause that affects her morale" which means "she is having her period".


It could be almost seen as funny, but in reality it is distressing: in 2021 to speak about the rules, contraception, how to have a ********* and other details… is normal, on the other hand to speak about the end of the periods. menstruation is still a taboo.


Women who are more or less famous sometimes want to talk about the sexual violence they have suffered, to the point of giving details. But none will want to talk about their menopause, because in our imagination that means that they are no longer attractive, that they are old, in a word, they are good to be discarded.


In 1800, modern medicine prescribed bloodletting or the imposition of leeches to treat this blood retention considered morbid.


Do not confuse the imposition of leeches with the imposition of the hands of the magnetizer.


Over the centuries, this completely natural event was viewed more and more in a very negative way and as feminine aging. The pathological conception of menopause was born.


It is time to understand that menopause is a natural stage in a woman's life, not a problem. This design may benefit some.

However, it is certain that this moment will pass much more easily if not very easily if we do not perceive it as a problematic period. The way we will experience the end of menstruation will have a big role in the perceptions experienced.


Unfortunately, it is evident that in our time, it is more difficult to go through menopause as an executive because it can undermine authority or cause mockery. Whereas in the countryside this event is priced with more detachment.


Vaginal dryness is not a requirement for women at this time of their life. It is only due to a lack of desire. It is for this reason that women who start a new story after 50 do not have this symptom, the biology is ultimately less strong than the desire.


One last very important point: some women propagate the concept of andropause to men in a spirit of false equality.


This business idea, imagined at the end of the last millennium, was a flop. But everything comes to a head ... by surreptitiously infiltrating ... these good salespeople manage to re-germinate the notion of andropause.


Out of pity, ladies, balance the scales.


It’s not a disease for women, it’s not a disease for men and we are equal.


Just because menopause is not a disease and should no longer be a taboo, andropause does not have to take its place by becoming a disease.

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