Menopause and it’s precursor perimenopause can hit you like a truck and leave you feeling confused, dazed and slightly deranged.
You probably barely recognize yourself.
Who is this woman who seemingly overnight can’t fit into her jeans, loses her keys on a regular basis and breaks into a sweat at the most inopportune moments?
Who is this tearful stressed out woman who can’t remember what it’s like to have a good night’s sleep and struggles not just to focus but to stay awake throughout the day?
Did that confident, super organized, high performing business woman ever really exist or is that your memory playing tricks on you too.
Understand this – you are not alone
There are approx. 10 million of you battling with menopause symptoms right now. Yes that’s right, 10 million women in the UK experiencing symptoms ranging from hot flushes to mood swings to concentration and memory problems.
Well I have some good news for you – it doesn’t have to be that way. With the right knowledge and the right attitude you can negotiate this period of your life with grace and ease. It’s all about having access to expert information so you can then make an informed choice about what to eat, the way in which you should exercise and how to manage the internal stresses your body is going through.
You can get access to my expert knowledge at 7.30pm on Tuesday 24 November by joining my online seminar. You’ll discover:
- How to immediately reduce your hot flushes
- The one thing you should never do when you wake in the middle of the night
- How to boost your energy levels through the day so you can work smarter not harder
- The three reasons why HRT isn’t the answer
Don’t worry if you can’t join me for the live event as there’ll be a recording available for anyone who pre-registers.
If you’ve been focusing on your career rather than your health in recent years draw on your current discomfort to motivate you to make some changes. Not only will you wipe out your menopause symptoms you’ll also be setting yourself up for a full, fun and healthy life post menopause too.