The Later You Cross Into Menopause, the Longer You Will Live

There is something about the number of fertile years, and how you use those fertile years that predicts how long you are going to live. If you have a baby later in life, over the age of 33, you are more likely to live long. The later you have your last period prior to menopause, the more total duration of estrogen and this too predicts a longer life, as reported in an article in Menopause Volume 22, No.1, 2015. We used to think that the final menstrual period was genetically programmed, now we know that may not be completely true. Stress, nutrition, life style factors (smoking), all impact on the last menstrual period. So you can improve your longevity, by preserving both your fertility and your ovarian function through healthy living!

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