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Peri & Post Menopause

Never put up with symptoms! There are many ways of handling this stage of life, it's just a case of finding a way that suits you. If you have no family history of female cancers, you can talk to your GP about HRT.

If you'd prefer to try something natural, then there are lots of options available.

I always say to clients that it's worth using a LadyCare magnet and seeing whether that alleviates most of your symptoms. The magnets cost less than an appointment with me, and I've had such good success with them, that I feel it's only fair to suggest this first! I make no money from this recommendation; it's a relatively inexpensive way of dealing with many of the symptoms.

If that doesn't float your boat, then there are many ways of alleviating symptoms using herbs, vitamins and minerals, and making small dietary changes. The key is to understand what is going on in your body and what route will help you most.

Please also consider whether you are ingesting xeno-oestrogens. These come from plastics and can have a phenomenally negative effect on some people's health (men and women). It's a list of don'ts!

Don't leave plastic bottles in the car and then drink the water in them
Don't re-fill plastic water bottles more than about 3 or 4 times
Don't microwave food or drink in plastic containers
Don't have hot drinks or food in Styrofoam
If using clingfilm, don't let it touch hot food or food heated in a microwave

  • Use glass, stainless steel or BPA-free bottles for water and drinks
  • Use glass or ceramic containers in a microwave (ensure they are microwave safe)
  • Use a plastic or silicon splash guard over food in the microwave, ensuring these are not touching the food
  • Or use a plate to cover food while heating, being careful of your fingers and face when you remove the plate
This book is easy to read and very well researched. Even if you don't have a weight issue, it's worth reading:

JTR book

A colleague and I will be running some drop in and share sessions about peri-menopause and menopause in early 2023. These will take place at the Centre for Wellbeing, Malvern. Please check the website in January.

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