Posted by on May 31, 2008 in women's health | 1 comment

This is a picture of my favorite wooden rollercoaster. It’s in Coney Island, New York. I haven’t ridden it in awhile but I remember that the seat bar was always so loose that you had no real security during the ride. It was even worse in reverse. So it was always hard to know what to expect, when to expect it, and truly, what to do…other than hang on for dear life and hope for the best. But somewhere, in the recesses of your mind, you knew that the ride would end eventually and you’d be fine.

Just like perimenopause.

I’ve posted a few times about acupuncture, herbs, and most recently, about discerning information that comes out of studies. To help clear the confusion a bit, I spoke with acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Specialist, Elaine Stern, L.Ac. I’ll be posting that interview over the next couple of days. Stay tuned! Oh, and have a hot dog on me!

One Comment

  1. 5-31-2008

    Nice analogy. I don’t love rollercoasters anymore, sadly. Another side effect of aging, maybe?

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