Is Menopause Effecting YOU?
Menopause is inevitable but suffering is optional
If you answer yes to 1 or more of these questions. It's time to start looking after yourself.
You're in perimenopause and menopause.
How does this program benefit you
We will create a blue print plan that suits you perfectly. Map out a simple strategy creating the right lifestyle choices, simple diet adjustments, exercise, sleep, stress. Most importantly stop the burnout. The importance of this will balance out hormone.
You and me together, will be working on ways to reduce menopause symptoms, get your sleep back, know what to eat and the best times to eat, you will start to lose weight and be stronger in your emotions. You will become a better version of yourself.
This is a no-nonsense, easy-to-follow plan that addresses every aspect of menopause and offers reassurance and support as well as safe and effective solutions, including meal plans and plenty of uncomplicated, delicious recipes.
The importance of sleep to repair and restore the body's energy. You'll wake feeling refreshed and ready to start your day. You will learn how to reset your circadian rhythm. I share with you a proven method of a morning routine and night routine that is easy to follow and improves sleep.
For some women, the lack of sleep has been a problem for decades so it can take time to turn it around.
And of course, not sleeping affects our blood pressure and temperature regulation, so hot flushes can stay around too
The liver is an important organ to look after in women's health. Loving your liver is a vital component of managing the symptoms of menopause as well as stopping the weight gain you may be experiencing.
One of the most powerful things I want you to learn in this module is that our liver and gallbladder change their structure when estrogen declines. This means that we don't process and metabolize fats and proteins very well in menopause.
Hot flushes and night sweating are some of the symptoms that affect women both in perimenopause and menopause.
When cortisol the stress hormone is high and we aren't sleeping and we have the wrong diet for menopause, then this disrupts thyroid function.
Over time, things ACCUMULATE, causing our calming hormone, progesterone to crash down and estrogen to become more dominant. Lack of sleep, too much or too little exercise, eating the wrong diet, gaining weight plus the stuff that is going on in our lives. Putting this up against changing cardiovascular structures (heart and blood vessels) and our muscles as we go through menopause, are the perfect storm for hot flushes and night sweats.
In this module, I will share with you everything I have researched and learned to help you reduce hot flushes. Sometimes HRT is not the answer. Some women who are recovering from breast cancer can’t take HRT
We will be looking and focusing on all the factors that impact heat production in your body and how you can stay cool.
You will Know why hot flushes happen and ways to stop them naturally.
For you ladies in perimenopause/menopause that are fed up with symptoms like fatigue, anxiety, hot flushes, and night sweats this module will help you.
These are two of the most important issues during perimenopause and menopause that women find hard to resolve. Weight gain and estrogen dominance.
A good night's sleep can help with weight loss and help estrogen dominance.
Remember if you are on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a re-boot of your liver health during menopause is critical to help you begin to reduce the dosage you need.
In this module, we will be going through acupressure points to help reset your pituitary gland this influences estrogen and progesterone. The importance of having a healthy gut not only for everyday energy and sleep but for your moods.
You will learn ways to correct if you are nutrient deficient from hormonal changes in your body.
The best ways to help with your gut flora are to improve symptoms of IBS.
Stress Anxiety and Depression impact us in many different ways during menopause. Our chronic stress hormone, cortisol, unbalances other hormones making us feel anxious, worried, and for some, moody, angry and tearful.
The levels of stress that we have had to experience and absorb over the years, not only lead to emotional stress but can also cause internal stress leading to inflammation within our organs and cells. This is called 'Oxidative Stress'
In this module, I provide you with a tool kit that you can use anytime to help with the anxiety you feel or when your moods are low. Knowing that I have got your back when you are in a difficult situation at work or home. You can hear my voice of encouragement in your head. You can face anything now
Vaginal dryness Module
Throughout this course, you can contact me for 1 to 1 call to help you with anything that you are stuck on or need help with.
I want you to know that you are not alone in this journey of transition in your body and mind.
I look forward to working with you