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Menopause Support Group

Do you have questions about the Peri Menopause or Menopause? Your periods are all over the place, your sex drive is through the roof, or maybe your libido is no where to be seen!  You’re forgetful, full of anxiety at work.  You’re shouting one moment and then in tears the next.  And then there’s the…

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One Million Working Days a Year ‘Lost to Menopause’ Across Wales

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Here’s a great article and some interesting research by Health & Her. Women in Wales are being forced to take time off from work due to debilitating menopause symptoms, new research by a Welsh healthcare company has revealed. Around a fifth of working women in Wales in the core ‘menopause age’ – aged between 50…

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Why I recommend Dutch Test for Hormone Testing

Over the years working with my female clients, I’ve learnt that if your steroid hormones are out of balance, it can affect every other system in your body.  Testing your hormones (instead of guessing) is crucial to feeling better!  Whilst Lab tests won’t cure you, test results can show you data on where your body…

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9 Top Tips to help those Peri-menopause Mood Swings

In a recent survey 74% of women in their early 40s struggled with a low mood!  And 71% of women aged 41-55 found their low moods were linked to the Peri-menopause. Do you start the day feeling like Mary Poppins and end the day more like Cruella de Vil? Are you screaming at your partner…

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5 top tips to beat Cellulite

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Bikini Season is here, and a few women at the Menopause & Mocha Meet-up were talking about cellulite, and how they didn’t feel they could wear a Bikini now they were entering the Peri-menopause or post menopause phase of life. Here’s my 5 top foods to munch your way through to help target the dreaded…

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Denise van Outen: Golf has helped with perimenopausal anxiety

Denise van Outen says taking up golf has helped her deal with perimenopausal anxiety, and has “calmed” her and given her a confidence boost. Denise van Outen says golf has “really helped” her deal with perimenopausal anxiety. The 45-year-old actress believes the sport can be a great activity to help how women of a certain…

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Healthy Oestrogen Smoothie for Vagina Dryness and Painful Sex

It’s common for post menopausal ladies to suffer with vagina dryness and atrophy, which often leads to painful sex due to low oestrogen levels, also dry skin and joint pain! As our sex hormones naturally lower, our endocrine system and the adrenal glands take over some of the production of oestrogen and other sex hormones.…

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How hormones affect your energy and weight

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Are willpower and self-control the real solution to low energy and high weight? Maybe not. It might actually be your (powerful) hormones. And we’re not just talking about sex hormones here; we’re talking about the hormones that directly affect your blood sugar, metabolism, and appetite. Things that actually control your energy and weight. Let’s go…

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Supplements for Perimenopause

My Mum went through the Menopause at 42, so I wasn’t surprised when I started to see symptoms of the Perimenopause in my late 30’s, especially as I was going through a period of stress in my life. As my ovaries started to go into decline, and my hormone levels naturally lowered I was seeing…

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Empower all the Women around You

Just before my 40th I started experiencing signs of early peri-menopause!  Night sweats, weight gain, rocky relationships, irregular periods…  I was shocked that I was having these symptoms so early, especially as I’m relatively healthy and fit being a Homeopath & Health Coach. When I started to talk to my girlfriends and clients about them,…

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What is Menopause?

It’s one day!  It’s the day when your menstrual periods have completed stopped for a total of 12 months. Really!  Yes, I was surprised to find that out too.  We learn so much about puberty, sex and pregnancy from our School education onwards, but when it comes to Menopause it’s still a bit of a…

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