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Ladykind Celebrity Update: Gwyneth Paltrow Talks Perimenopause


Gwyneth Paltrow, actress, mother and founder of Goop, is known for being outspoken about all things women’s health and wellness. Now, she continues to share that same level of transparency as she talks about her experiences with perimenopause. The Oscar-winning actress has never been shy about talking openly about her perimenopausal symptoms, as well as how she copes with those lingering symptoms.

Do not be afraid of menopause

For years, Gwyneth Paltrow has been open and honest about her ongoing journey through perimenopause. She even said she enlisted a “mentor” to help her through and cope with her symptoms. Gwyneth noted that this stage of her life involved a huge hormonal shift, stating that perimenopause makes her feel like a “roller coaster of emotions”.

Gwyneth Perimenopause Symptoms

Some personal symptoms of perimenopause that Gwyneth shared include:

  • Mood swings
  • Sweating and hot flashes
  • Increased and inexplicable anger/irritability
  • Increased heart rate / heart palpitations

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Coping Strategies in Menopause

While these nagging symptoms are natural and permanent, Goop’s guru incorporates several lifestyle changes into his daily life, such as diet and exercise, to lessen his symptoms.

Diet – Eating the “right” foods is important. By increasing your intake of fresh fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy products and whole grains, you are preparing to reduce your menopausal symptoms. Likewise, try to avoid spicy foods, alcohol, and fatty foods.

Exercise- Gwyneth uses daily movement by walking several times a week and sweating it out (either by exercising or using a sauna) as positive ways to cope with her symptoms.

Being candid about menopause

Menopause may seem like a taboo subject to discuss. But, why must it be so? Menopause is a natural stage in a woman’s life, and there should never be shame centered on an inevitable part of a woman’s life. By celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and other influential women opening up about menopause, it helps break down unnecessary stigma surrounding all topics of womanhood, not just menopause.