Stress is something that affects all of us in our lives particularly women. Surveys show 73% of women suffer stress. It’s especially common at the time of the menopause when you’re clinging on by your fingernails for so many other reasons. With this in mind, in this week’s ‘Weekly Wisdom’, I want to tell you 6 ways that you can bust through the stress you’re feeling. If you would like to find out more about what’s going on in your body as you hit the menopause feel free to join my free menopause Masterclass. I will be explaining the changes that occur and how to overcome your symptoms without resorting to drugs or hormones Stay informed about the latest innovations and technology for treating menopause symptoms. Learn tips and tricks on keeping your own symptoms at bay.
What on earth are you going to get everyone for Christmas, how are you going to get all the food shopping done by December 24th and who is going to decorate the Christmas tree? It’s not surprising if you can’t get to sleep at night or start waking up at 4am with your thoughts running around in all directions. If you want to find out more tips on how to survive the menopause why not join one of my free virtual classes. Stay informed about the latest innovations and technology for treating menopause symptoms. Learn tips and tricks on keeping your own symptoms at bay.
Going through menopause you will experience different types of symptoms and I like to break down menopausal symptoms into two categories: Whenever people think of menopause they associate it with the hot flushes and night sweats. But there’s much more to it then a hot flush and what amazes me is sometimes we don’t even know these changes are related to the menopause. In this week’s ‘Weekly Wisdom’ I’m focusing on the physical symptoms of menopause. Here are just a few of the physical symptoms women can experience during the menopause: Join me next time when I’m going to be talking more about the mental symptoms of menopause. If you would like to find out more about what’s going on in your body as you hit the menopause feel free to join my free menopause Virtual Class. I will be explaining the changes that occur and how to overcome your symptoms … Read More
This is in addition to research from The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), which found that over 56% of perimenopausal women are getting less than seven hours of sleep a night, and are at high risk of heart attack. What’s more, the changes in hormone levels during menopause said to be a double threat to our hearts, because menopause increases the amount of plaque build-up in the arteries, increasing blood pressure and the risk of a stroke. Meanwhile, 80% of women experience menopausal symptoms, including the physical – hot flushes, insomnia and weight gain, and the psychological and emotional, including mood changes, depression and anxiety. These revelations, coupled with the apparent positive news that HRT won’t kill you and merely increases your chances of getting cancer or having a stroke, is not how we best prepare 14 million women a year for entering what is just a natural phase of … Read More
Today I want to focus on something that affects a lot of women during menopause, and that’s insomnia. When you reach menopause your night becomes fragmented and interspersed with terrible hot flushes, thermal surges that keep you awake in the night and then you get up to pee and find that you can’t go back to sleep…. It’s never ending. Sleepless nights are very frustrating, especially if you have to work or get up early in the morning. So how can you turn the night sweats off completely and resume a peaceful night’s sleep? As a temporary measure, like a band-aid, here’s some tips on what you can do to deal with insomnia… Don’t underestimate relaxation, it’s so important and really does help to turn off your flushes as well and the night sweats. If you are really worried about what’s happening with your body and the symptoms have come … Read More