Generation of Love

CarolAnn Tutera is working to help an older demographic come full circle to a life filled with Health and Love.  She has been inspired by her patients and peers on the challenges they face aging. We are a generation of love who now spends a lot of time worrying about aging and not loving ourselves. Clearing a path that helps people navigate aging is difficult as candidly its such a personal experience. Everyone ages differently but the commonality is that we all age better when we focus on the following:

  • Staying Active
  • Pro Active Approach to Health
  • Positive Perspective and Active Thinking

Staying Active means doing something everyday to keep your body working. It does not mean marathon running if that’s not your thing – but do something you enjoy.

Be proactive to your health and become your own advocate. Don’t accept aging as an excuse to failing health or energy.

Keep your mind active and perspective positive. Your body has and is changing but that is all part of the great experience of life. Our energy and positive thoughts become contagious and we can be anything we want at any age.

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Fall in love with yourself. Look and marvel in the wisdom you have gained and wear any wrinkle as a badge if honor for getting this far in life.  CarolAnn is working passionately to help others see the amazing possibilities after 50 instead of being limited by outdated social or cultural norms or standards.

What recommendations do you have for this amazing generation of love?


Menopause Awareness

Let’s talk about Menopause.

Menopause is not a disease or a disorder, but a natural and normal part of aging.

Despite the increased access to information there still remains a lot of stigma and misinformation associated with menopause. This period in a woman’s life is often poorly portrayed in the media, and reinforces stereotypes and fear for many women.

The best thing a woman can do during this time is educate herself on the facts and know that she is not in this alone.

Menopause is different for everyone and can last a long time. The basis of menopause is when our hormones become imbalanced.  Like a finely tuned machine, when some of the settings are out of whack we can experience some symptoms of menopause.

Some are blatantly obvious, but other medical changes occur that impact our estrogen, ovaries, testosterone and progesterone. This can often result in mood swings changes in libido and irregular or cessation of periods.