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Anxiety plus Peri Menopause, Welcome Christmas Stress

The festive season is upon us, pre-social distancing days parties and social gatherings would have occupied the lunches and evenings in the lead up to the big day!  Just what you need on top of the Peri Menopause anxiety.

For some there may be disappointment and sadness - the opportunity to catch up with old friends, colleagues, family or to meet new people.  To unwind and relax over a drink or two (or three. . .) taken away from us.

For other women who may become extremely anxious and fearful when faced with social situations, the social bubbles may come as a Christmas blessing.

It's common in Peri and Post Menopause to struggle with low self-esteem and a lack of confidence when meeting strangers. 

This year you don't have to say "Yes I'd love to Come" to unwelcome invitations.  No more embarrassing blushing, hot sweats pouring through your party outfit and stomach upsets.

This is where homeopathic remedies may be helpful to relieve some of the sadness or anxiety; the following remedies may be of help.

Pulsatilla - for feelings of sadness or isolation.  Wonderful for women who feel like they need a cuddle.

Ignatia - grief and sadness from not seeing loved ones, or from losing loved ones at this time.

Aconite – fear, terror and fright, you “know” the party season is going to be a disaster, use this remedy before and after the event.

Arg Nit – feel anxious but not terrified, you can’t face the situation.

Gelsemium – you experience anticipatory fears, muscles feel weak and tired and you get the shakes and tremors.

Phosphorus – best if you are nervous and sensitive, you feel better in company, loud noises can cause deep anxiety.

Rescue Remedy – most people have heard or used Bach Rescue Remedy, this is great to keep you calm and relaxed

These remedies are only suggestions; it’s advisable to consult your qualified homeopath for a more individualised homeopathic treatment.

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  1. This blog is intended for advice, you are responsible for your own health & wellbeing. Please book a consultation for individualised advice or speak with your GP or Health Practitioner




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