Menopause Weekly Wisdom

There’s No Need To Live In Hormone Hell!

By | News

I was asked this week to describe the typical woman that I specialise in helping. It actually stopped me in my tracks as I have never been asked this question before during my 30 year career.  Whilst I acknowledge each woman’s suffering, I usually place my focus firmly on the…

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Change the Menopause Conversation

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  How often have you heard the expression “don’t worry about her, she is going through the menopause” for different behaviours being exhibited?   Or, have you heard the term “It’s the change” used about you or some of your female colleagues?  Is it any wonder women feel self-conscious and get…

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Kate Spade could have thrived

By | Blog, News

Kate Spade, like so many other women in their fifties, was experiencing depression which can have a devastating effect on self- esteem as well as relationships. In my most recent survey on relationships, 91% of the women felt their relationships were strained as they ventured through menopause, leaving many couples…

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Are Phytoestrogens Good or Bad for You?

By | Blog

Welcome to my Weekly Wisdom, this post is something a little different because I want to share my opinion on whether phytoestrogens are good or bad for you. Phytoestrogens are plant-derived compounds found in a wide variety of foods, most notably soy, that help us to cope with menopause. Is Soy…

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3 Ways To Beating Bloating During Menopause

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During this ‘Weekly Wisdom’ I’m focusing on how to beat bloating during the menopause. What causes it Bloating is one of the most frequently experienced menopause and perimenopause symptoms and is often caused by a change in oestrogen levels. Many women can gain weight and feel bloated around the time of…

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