Fran Drescher has proven she still has a knockout personality at the age of 65.
The nanny actress posed in a bra that flatters her toned tummy, adding a skirt as she was photographed for Verywell Health’s digital cover story.
“It’s not over till it’s over” Raven-haired actress – Who is a cancer survivor – told the site. “There are always things you can work on and improve — especially in terms of your health.”
In great shape: Fran Drescher proves she still has a knockout figure at 65. The nanny actress posed in a bra that flatters her toned tummy, adding a skirt while shooting the digital cover story for Verywell Health
The New York native learned to monitor her immune system by keeping her stress levels in check.
Part of good aging is learning how to manage stress. said the actress.
It is important to realize that stress affects many things related to your health. She explained that I had to be vigilant and say, “I can’t take this, or I’m going to get sick.”
When she feels the pressure starting to build up, she backs off even more.
Star power: “It ain’t over until it’s over,” the raven-haired actress told the site. “There are always things you can work on and improve – especially with regard to your health.”
When I notice tension, I will force myself to lie down and decompress. Or, I’ll take a walk outdoors and appreciate the trees,” she said.
Partying is a thing of the past as she does her best to stay healthy.
“Aging well for me means being healthy,” said Fran.
Honor your body. I always say that, respect your body. listen to this.
Don’t deny or ignore her subtle whispers…she’s more subtle, but she talks to you constantly, and has an awareness of her own.
Feeling good: The New York native learned to monitor her immune system by keeping her stress levels in check
“And you have to do it,” she explained.
It takes a certain kind of discipline to listen to your body. People often deny what their bodies are trying to tell them.
“We all deserve a long, healthy life,” Drescher added.
This comes after she was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2000.
At first she was misdiagnosed. But two years later, I learned that she had cancer.
We’re Green with Envy: “Part of aging well is learning how to manage stress,” said the actress
Now she knows she has to look out for herself.
I’m a little bit of a control freak. I’ll give the doctor a few tries, and if I feel like it’s not a good fit, find someone else,” she tells Verywell Health.
It is important to take responsibility for your health. It’s your life, and no one is going to care about it the way you do. So, you have to do what feels right for you and what you feel good about.
In May she said that being “rarely alone without” her service dog helps her with her PTSD.
The star has been able to live with the condition ever since she and her friend were held and raped at gunpoint in her Los Angeles home in 1985.
Red-y to speak up: “It’s important to realize that stress affects many things related to your health. She explained that I had to be vigilant and say, “I can’t take this, or I’m going to get sick.”
The ultimate beauty: When she feels the pressure building, she comes back for more
According to Page Six, the sixth representative said at the UN Women’s Peace Luncheon to End Violence Against Women: “I am a survivor who has managed to get on with my life despite the veil of PTSD I have learned to live with, and I am rarely alone without… My service dog.
Fran is often amazed at how easily she can be on public display with her “friend, companion, and protector,” a rescue puppy named Angel Grace, one in a long line of dogs that Fran loves.
“I am often amazed at how much more relaxed I am walking the streets, navigating through airports or getting into a hotel room because I am with my friend, companion and protector,” she said.
Time to relax: “When I notice stress, I’ll force myself to lie down and decompress.” Or, I’ll take a walk outdoors and appreciate the trees,” she said
By the Sea: Partying is a thing of the past as she tries her best to stay healthy. “Aging well for me means being healthy,” said Fran. Honor your body. I always say that, respect your body. listen to this’
She added that because of her canine assistant, she has a “full, rich life full of fun and purpose”.
The Beauty and the Beast star described herself as “one of the lucky ones” as her attacker was sentenced to 150 years in prison and urged more “collective” action against violence against women and girls.
‘We must all, as a collective,’ said Farran, ‘have zero tolerance for any and all misconduct from whistling little wolves in the street to denying education, who marries or not at all, what we wear, and the legitimization of women. Equality of body and work in remuneration, physical abuse and rape, human trafficking and slavery.
“Every aspect of disrespecting women’s rights is the ultimate justification for violence.”
Sharp wardrobe: Drescher at the Paramount + Los Angeles premiere of 1923 at the Hollywood American Legion on Dec. 2 in Los Angeles