Cameron Diaz has never been one to shy away from talks about aging. The 43 -year-old has now co-authored an upcoming book, The Longevity Book , in which she talks about how maidens can take care of their own bodies in every decade of “peoples lives”.
Diaz likewise appears on the deal of the April issue of Women’s Health and dishes out some of her age-defying admonition for both younger and older women. With an enviable physique herself, Diaz talked about strength training to preserve bone mass, being aware of your fertility and even menopause. Though the average age of a woman reaching menopause is 51, Diaz says you should start preparing for the big change in your 40 s.
“Make connections, make friends, join communities, and actually reputation yourself. You’re getting ready to shape that transition to menopause, so pay attention to where you’re at emotionally, physically, and mentally, ” Diaz said.
Women can have an increased risk of feeling during the years leading up to menopause, so having a supporting network is definitely important. The changes can also come at at hour where many women already have a full layer, juggling clas, vocation and caring for aging mothers, which makes social joinings even more meaningful.
“The women who stress have it longer and harder, but all those people who abode it have it shorter and less severe, ” Diaz remarked.
As for Diaz, she speaks she’s places great importance on remaining herself health and fit for the long haul. She’s said she exercises every day to to not only search and feel younger, but to stay fit.
“When I’m 75 -years-old, I want to be snowboarding and scuba diving and surfing and hiking, if I’m lucky, ” Diaz told Vogue. “Getting older is a boon, and not everybody gets to do it. It’s not a thrown. It’s a privilege.”