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Has your libido changed since you entered your 40's or the peri menopause years?

As you hit the peri-menopausal phase you might notice your sex drive going through the roof, whilst some of you may find your sex drive has got up and gone!

During these years your testosterone and oestrogen levels decrease, making it harder to get aroused for some. On top of that adrenal fatigue can have a negative effect on your sex drive. This means some of you may lose your desire for sex, or the decrease in oestrogen can lead to vaginal dryness and painful sex. Or you may have put on a little weight and no longer feel sexy!

Other symptoms like mood swings, depression and irritability can turn you right off sex!

I’ve been reading a study of Latino and Caucasian post-menopausal women. One study showed Caucasians who had more frequent sexual activity were less likely to report of depressive symptoms.

Having Sex releases endorphins in the brain decreasing stress, it can also help increase oestrogen levels. Plus it releases the hormone oxytocin, a natural pain killer so it’s great for headaches and migraines and period pain.

What can I do to bring back my Libido?

If your libido has vanished, you can start by balancing your adrenal glands (eat well, relax, exercise) With healthy adrenal glands you’ll have more energy, and may have a higher sex drive and stronger orgasms helping you to sleep and be less stressed.

Other things to improve your sex drive

  • Homeopathic remedies
  • Aromatherapy oils
  • Lubricants
  • Exercise
  • Kegal or pelvic floor exercises
  • Medication
  • Marital counselling

Add these foods into your diet too….

Pomegranate contain large amounts of phytoestrogens, which could help reduce of your symptoms! Its a superfood full of anti-oxidants that helps fight against heart disease (so important post menopause as it’s the biggest killer in women)

Plus as we’ve been talking about SEX a glass of pomegranate juice daily for 2 weeks in a study showed a notable surge in testosterone, which increases libido in both men and women!

  • Figs
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Avocado
  • Maca
  • Cacao
  • Watermelon
  • Nutmeg
  • ginger!

You'll find some other blogs here to help with Vaginal dryness and more ... Healthy Oestrogen Smoothie for Vagina Dryness and Painful Sex

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How can The Hormone Fairy help you during Menopause?

Are you struggling with your Hormones, you don’t have to be a hostage to them.   This is the prime of your life and it’s time to step into your power, feel happier, sexy and back to your old self.

Let me, Cat The Hormone Fairy wave my magic wand!  If you’re ready for something different, ready to take the first step on a journey to a healthier and happier you, then I’m excited to help you make those changes.

  • Book a Breakthrough session to find out how you can work with me.  Whether that’s 121 Hormone Coaching, Hormone Testing, a Group 30 Day program or a Menopause Mastermind. Click the link below to book a 15-minute chat or drop me a message via the contact page. https://thehormonefairy.gettimely.com/book
  • JOINour Private Facebook Hub where you can ask me questions, learn more of my top tips, feel supported, join challenges and make new friends.  Click here to enter https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheHormoneFairy/
  • Attend an Event Come along to our Monthly Menopause Meet-ups locally, Menopause & Mochas during the day or Mocktails & Menopause in the evening. Organised with my sister company "Menopause Tribe" – A chance to chat, learn, share experiences, feel supported, make friends and have fun.  There’s also 1 Day Workshops & Retreats, and weekend Retreats to help you get back on track.  Keep an eye out on our Website, Facebook Page, Instagram for our latest events.

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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