How To Rekindle Your Sex Life During Menopause

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Welcome to my ‘Weekly Wisdom’ where I will be focusing on rekindling libido during the menopause. Many women I encounter in the clinic tell me that they feel like they have been switched off from the waist downwards during menopause.  Many of them can’t have an orgasm and over half are suffering from vaginal dryness, sometimes to the point of feeling they are tearing or bleeding. I understand that when you are going through the menopause, sex can sometimes feel like the last thing you want, but rekindling your libido is so important during this time because it really can have a significant effect on your self-esteem and relationships. Watch the video below for my tips on how to rekindle your libido during menopause: Here’s a cheat sheet of my tips: The first thing you can do to get your vaginal tissues back into good shape is to make sure … Read More

Top Tips for the Holiday – Putting Sex Back on the Menu

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It’s holiday time and your husband or partner is unlikely to put up with just a cuddle. Your mind is willing but you remember the pain you felt last time you had sex. Stay informed about the latest innovations and technology for treating menopause symptoms. Learn tips and tricks on keeping your own symptoms at bay.

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

Men coping with Menopause

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Men coping with Menopause. I’ve been rejecting men on a daily basis for many months, something I never dreamed I would do, but today I have decided to call a halt to it. Instead of turning my back on the men who are living with menopausal women, I’m focussing on helping men to understand what women are going through at this life stage, and the kind of support needed to help get back the woman they fell in love with. Since opening the doors of my Facebook Group Making the Midlife Switch less than a year ago, women have been journeying with me learning how to reclaim their wellbeing. I have not only attracted over 20,000 women, but it has also sparked interest amongst large numbers of men. Whilst the women are struggling with the nightmarish symptoms of peri-menopause and menopause, their husbands and partners are understandably feeling bewildered by … Read More

Let’s talk positively about menopause on World Menopause Day

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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

How to cure painful sex at menopause

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This week I’m focusing on painful sex and all those embarrassing things that we never talk to even our best friends about. It happens to so many of us at the menopause, in fact we’ve done surveys and found that over 50% of women can’t have an orgasm. They have a dry vagina. It’s painful and sometimes it even bleeds and that is just awful – especially at the time in your life when you feel that maybe you can have more time with your partner because your kids have gone to university and suddenly you’re curled up on the edge of the bed not wanting to be touched because you’re afraid of what’s going to happen. If this is you, you are not alone. And the good news is you can overcome those symptoms and nobody’s really telling you that. All you need is to understand what’s going on … Read More