Menopause Weekly Wisdom

The universe sends us messages…

By | Blog

When disaster strikes and the Universe sends us deeply unwanted challenges that take us to what feels like hell, we have to focus on love. Love and friendships are the only meaningful continuum. I woke up to the news that my old friends Jody Colvard and Declan Dunn had lost…

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Achy Joints Can Be A Pain

By | Blog, menopause

In this Weekly Wisdom I am focusing on achy joints at menopause because so many of you have been asking about it and how you can find relief. These pains can have you feeling 90 before your time, when you absolutely do not need to!  You should be feeling great…

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Menopause – A whole new beginning in life

By | Blog, menopause

Our latest survey on 1100 women shows a staggering 96% are unprepared for menopause and well over two-thirds reporting it came as an almighty shock. Under 12% of them are even bothering to consult their doctor as they are not confident they will get constructive advice that includes anything other…

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Menopause Wellbeing Revival

By | Blog, menopause

My mission is to end the misery of menopause and help women feel better than they can remember.  I’m completely sick of seeing them suffer needlessly, losing their self-esteem and life as they knew it, because it simply doesn’t need to be that way. Almost every day of my life…

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Wise up at Perimenopause

By | Blog, menopause, Symptoms

This week’s weekly wisdom is all about Perimenopause. ‘Peri’ means around the time of, and perimenopause can begin about five years before the actual menopause. According to our latest survey over two-thirds of women feel completely unprepared for menopause.  They are often completely confused and alarmed by the sudden onset…

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Feeling Moody At Menopause

By | Blog, menopause

During the menopause we experience many changes, and one of the biggest differences we notice are overwhelming mood swings. According to a recent survey 90% percent of women suffer with mood swings as they go through menopause.  Women who experienced mood swings premenstrually, are likely to feel like they have…

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3 Ways to Reduce Brain Fog

By | Blog, menopause

Do you walk into a room and can’t remember why?  Forever losing your glasses or iPad more times a day than you care to remember?  Then like many other women at menopause you are probably experiencing something called brain fog. Many women secretly wonder if these ‘senior moments’ are the…

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Feeling suicidal at midlife?

By | Blog, menopause, Symptoms

Very sadly I routinely encounter women who are feeling suicidal at the time of their menopause.  They are at their wit’s end, past the point of seeing any positive future for themselves.  It breaks my heart to see them suffering needlessly, going without the help that could help them reclaim…

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Is Soy Safe?

By | Blog, menopause

This week I want to talk about the issues surrounding Soy consumption. Every week, dozens of menopausal women ask me about Soya, telling me their doctors informed them to stay away from it. There are many scary stories surrounding eating Soya during menopause, such as the supposed potential risk of…

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3 Ways To Overcome Menopause Symptoms

By | Blog, menopause

Women are always asking me what it takes to get through menopause and there’s not a simple pill that can solve everything, because everyone’s symptoms are different. However, there are a few things you can do to help you overcome your menopause, so this week I’m going to talk about…

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