Suzanne Somers Admits She Used To 'Throw Things' Before She Got Her Hormones Sorted

Suzanne Somers is undeniably the queen of looking amazing at any age. Her commitment to health and wellness is almost as iconic as her role as Chrissy, the blonde bombshell in the beloved '70s sitcom, Three's Company.

While her role in Three's Company landed her global recognition, her career as a candid wellness advocate has kept her in the headlines for nearly five decades.

Suzanne Somers recently celebrated her 75th birthday. YES! IT'S TRUE! Chrissy Snow is 75!

Look, I hate when celebrities try to tell me what to do but she's double my age and looks way better than I ever have so I'm... willing to hear her out.

Speaking with "Park" magazine, the actress explained how happy she was to age.

“I have to say that since I embraced health, I have never enjoyed life more. like the way I look. I like the way I feel. I like my energy. I have wisdom," she explained.

"I have perspective, and I can tell you that aging can be so incredible if you know how to approach it. It takes a little bit of work. It’s about health; about shifting your thinking and understanding what it is that’s making us sick and how we can combat it."

Of course, we all know Suzanne is a big advocate for keeping your hormones in check, and with good reason! "Perimenopause is actually a great stage of life if you have balanced hormones,” the actress explained. "If you get your hormones back, your brain thinks you’re reproductive, everything is working nicely, but you don’t have to worry about getting pregnant. You can have all the fun you want."

“Aging is amazing. Aging is something you should aspire to and look forward to and want," she added.

I think it's safe to say every woman has wanted to chuck a plate or two some days, so I wouldn't be too hard on yourself, Suzanne!

h/t: Park Magazine

The 75-year-old then went to admit she threw things once or twice during that finicky perimenopause stage.

"I threw things! I can’t believe I threw things; I’m so even-tempered now. I’m so wonderful to live with now."