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★Your Wisdom – Create your unique ‘menopause manifesto’ in 7 days★

★Your Wisdom – Create your unique ‘menopause manifesto’ in 7 days★

★ Your Wisdom★ ∞ create your menopause manifesto ∞ Create your personalised ‘blue print’ for your menopause transition We get bombarded with information, so much so that we feel confused and don’t know where to start. Every women on our planet is uniquely different. There is no one on earth like YOU – wow right? YET we still expect to be able to follow a plan, book, system and get the results we want. Sometimes this works but mostly it doesn’t’ We wonder ‘what’s wrong with me?’, ‘why didn’t it work’ and feel discouraged. There is nothing wrong with you…..you just haven’t discovered what it is you uniquely need 🙂 One of the wonders of menopause is our developing women’s wisdom. This isn’t something you can learn from a book. This comes from age and experience. Life will feel so much easier when you understand what it is that you (not your friend, mother or sister) NEED. Welcome to Your Wisdom – Create your menopause manifesto in 7 days.   You will walk away from our time spent together having created your own unique ‘menopause manifesto’. This is your own blueprint to take you forward through the menopause transition. You will understand what you need to support yourself as you navigate the choppy waters of menopause. Not only will you learn what happens to you and your body when it transitions through the menopause you will create who you want to be the other side.  You will understand how Mother Nature is working with you not against you. Learn to listen to your inner wisdom and the wisdom of your menopause...
What happens after menopause?

What happens after menopause?

You’ve been riding the waves of menopause. You probably feel like you’ve been hit by a Tsunami? You haven’t been able to keep up with your Jekyll and Hyde personality, your expanding waist and the hot/cold sweats. You’ve been hanging on by a thread. Desperate for some reprieve. And then…. your periods stop! You may or may not continue with symptoms….. That depends on many things…. If only there was a Menopause Manual (maybe i should write one…oh hang on I am ;-0) Now you have had a year period free (whoop!) and you are now officially post menopause….even though you were post menopause when your last period finished! That’s it …. No fanfare No telegram from the queen. No one will notice…..it all feels a little undramatic 🙁 Done, Done, Done! Right? Maybe……Maybe not! At the age of 45 I am 7 years post menopause. Now that’s a mind F@@k in it’s self! The menopause transition is a little like childbirth. I sometimes forget how bad it was. Being the other side of ‘it’ I can say that going through the menopause early has been an ‘awakening’. Yes I’m aware how cheeeeeesy that sounds. But it’s true…..I feel like a different women. hell I AM a different women. In this video I share how brilliant it is being the ‘other...

My story in Woman magazine

I’m feeling really excited as an interview I did with Woman magazine was published today. The features writer, Anna, did a great job and I’m really pleased with the article. You can read the article by clicking the link below Woman magazine article August 2017...

Menopause Weight Gain – 10 Day video series

By far the most talked about ‘symptom’ of menopause and seemingly the most frustrating is the weight that many women seem to gain as they go through the menopause transition. Especially the belly fat. I’ve created an email and video series covering this topic. You can access those resources by clicking the green button below this video. When you sign up you will have FREE access to this education series. It will all be delivered to your email inbox daily for the next 10 days so you can read and watch the videos whenever they suit you. Here is the first introduction video.   Get your FREE Menopause Weight Gain video series – Click here...

They called me FAT!

So in the space of 24 hours two professionals suggested that i lose weight 🙁 I’ve got a mild prolapse and the extra weight is adding pressure to my pelvic floor. Meh! It is thought that one in two women have some sort of prolapse. It’s much more common post menopause because of the changing hormones. (if you think this may be you please don’t waste time getting it looked into) My womens health physio suggested that i lose the visceral fat I’ve got around my belly and my internal organs….. Then my GP asked me how much weight i’ve put on since my early menopause…. They didn’t call me fat but that’s how my brain interpreted it lol i put on around 2 stone four years ago and I ‘had’ found some peace with my curvier shape. What with that and my ongoing digestive issues which cause pain and bloating that resembles being five months pregnant I was feeling a little dejected 🙁 So last week I embarked on playing with a new eating plan mainly to focus on my digestion which i was hoping would address the extra weight. I duly logged my foods and symptoms. Looked at new recipes. Joined the Facebook group. Became a little obsessed. ……and then wanted to eat ALL THE FOOD……my cravings returned….my old ‘disordered food’ obsessions were triggered and I was in full on DIET MODE. ARGH!!! Noooooooo. I felt deprived, miserable and a failure as I was eating foods not on the plan. So yesterday I paused, stepped back and looked at the bigger picture. What was really going on?...

My top tip for an easier menopause

Good Morning 🙂 For the last 30 days I committed to ME, to do what I need to do to feel GREAT and enjoy my short time (not too short i hope!) on this planet of ours. I’m nearly 45 and have decided I want to feel happy, fit and healthy as I head towards the second stage of my life.I want to have a thriving, successful business and earn money so i can have freedom. To do that I need to tweak my days. 30 days ago I started with four easy things to add into my life: 1. 15 minutes meditation 2. 30 Minute walk 3. watch/listen to something funny 4. drink a green smoothie/juice/soup I committed to myself and to make it work I added in flexibility so I am always winning. I had to work through the resistance and excuses. Looking back over the last 30 days makes me really proud of myself. Doing what I said I would do is FANTASTIC for your self-esteem 🙂 In fact it’s given me so much of BOOST that I have tackled tasks that I have been putting off for ages. To make sure that I continue with my new rituals and so I can add in a few more I have being doing this one simple thing…… ==> Getting up earlier<== Now the mornings are lighter it’s much easier to wake earlier so I ave been slowly winding back my wake up time. My aim is to get back to 5.30am. Having that uninterrupted hour to myself has been a game changer for my mood and productivity....
What is a hot flush/night sweat and what can you do about it?

What is a hot flush/night sweat and what can you do about it?

What is a hot flush? One of the most common symptoms of the peri-menopause is night sweats and hot flushes. “a sudden feeling of feverish heat, typically as a symptom of the menopause” UP TO 79% OF WOMEN EXPERIENCE HOT FLUSHES The Hypo what? Although the root cause is not clear, research shows that they are to do with the hypothalamus which amongst other things regulates your body temperature. During the menopause, oestrogen levels slowly drop. Although not fully understood, scientists think that this drop in oestrogen causes a hiccup in the way the hypothalamus senses body temperature, making it think that you are too hot. This causes a response designed to cool down the body (your body is amazing and clever!) . More blood rishes to the skin (one of the causes of hot flushes and reddening of the skin) and sweat glands start working (the menopausal sweat). Adrenal Glands Another thing that can cause the dreaded night sweats (i remember them well!) is adrenal fatigue. Simply put this is when the adrenal glands have been worked to the point of exhaustion by prolonged chronic stress, illness or acute stress. In the worst case scenario the adrenals barely function. this = burnout 🙁 It’s also important to look after your adrenals glands as they continue to produce progesterone post menopause. During your fertile years your ovaries are the main source of oestrogen and progesterone. When your menstrual cycle ends the ovaries stop producing these hormones. Your adrenal glands continue to secrete a small amount of progesterone. However your adrenal glands prioritise your survival hormones (often called your flight, fight...

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Founder, Mrs Menopause
Your forties are a time of change, I’m sure I read once that’s when the fun starts. The body changes and you cannot stop it. I want to help you accept it and embrace it…..cellulite, flabby bits and all!

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