How to deal with the physical symptoms of menopause

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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

Help I’m about to go on holiday and I don’t like how I look

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Help I’m about to go on holiday and I don’t like how I look It’s the week before you go on holiday, you catch sight of yourself in the mirror and your heart sinks at what you see. New bulges seemed to have appeared, your bust has definitely dropped and as for your hair… why is it suddenly so thin and wispy? Everyone is going to look so much better than you. Fight back tactics Go on doing this and you will feel intimidated. Start to love and appreciate all that your body does for you and remember you are perfect just the way you are. Stay informed about the latest innovations and technology for treating menopause symptoms. Learn tips and tricks on keeping your own symptoms at bay.