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You know you are not doing a great job of taking care of yourself, but you can’t seem to find the energy to take the steps you know you need to take to tackle your menopause symptoms.
I created this free resource because it’s the easiest thing to keep putting things off until next month, when you’ll be feeling better.
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Things change during the menopause, and it can take a while for your thoughts and feelings to catch up with what is physically happening in your body. Journaling can help deepen your mind-body connection.
We have gone from having very little information about the menopause to information overload. A different approach is to look at ‘what’s the worst that can happen’ for you personally and work backwards from there.
There are 5 challenges in this year’s healthy eating week from British Nutrition Foundation. What I love about them, is that there is nothing new or exotic about them. There is nothing extra to buy for you to buy and you will have heard off all of them before! Because...
Natural Ways to Reduce Menopause Symptoms We are often so busy looking after other people, running our homes, working long hours that taking care of ourselves is at the bottom of the list. The menopause can appear like an uninvited guest when you don't have the time...
Looking around at the fitness classes that are available to me approaching 50, there appears to be a big jump from standard classes to silver surfer classes with not much in between. So, I have created a class that I would like to attend! Menogise is a class for women...
This year (2019) I will be fifty. Half a century. Whichever way you look at it, it's a big birthday. I choose to see it as a halfway point, I plan to live into my hundreds! Personally I don't think it's by accident that such a big birthday happens when you are still...
I love yoga, but there are also many things that I don’t like about yoga. It is one of the best ways to reduce menopause symptoms but it is not often taught in a way that is sympathetic to 50 year old women!
Goals are a great way to keep exercising interesting and to keep you motivated. But if you are not interested in running or losing weight what else can you do?
We all know the benefits of exercise but when you are approaching the menopause your energy levels can plummet due to hormonal imbalances making getting up in the morning a struggle, never mind exercising.
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The menopause can be a frustrating time when it feels like nothing you are doing is working to reduce symptoms and waistline.
‘The change’ requires changes of you. Often what has worked in the past i.e. ‘eat less, exercise more’ just doesn’t cut it.
You know you need to do something, but your not sure the best way to take care of yourself during this time of transition.