THE STRESS BUSTER
''HELPING YOU, FIND YOUR INNER PEACE''
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST - NLP COACH - CHILDREN'S MINDFULNESS TEACHER
In brief, menopause is when a woman’s body stops producing eggs to be fertilised.
I actually heard it explained recently when the one golden egg that's produced a month, stops producing. I had never thought of this term. The main sign is the stopping of the monthly menstrual cycle.
Medically, a woman is classed as menopausal when they have not had a period for 12 consecutive months. For many there are other signs like feeling a bit hotter, irritable and irregular periods. The phase before actual menopause is a change in periods, which could become irregular, lighter or heavier. Some women may begin to feel a little hotter. For others there may be no noticeable changes.
Menopause is generally around the end of the 40’s, early 50’s, 51 being the average age. For some the symptoms can be, for a growing number it seems, very debilitating, hot flushes, night sweats, anxiety and other symptoms, more commonly these symptoms last for years.
Around 3 – 5 years seems to be an average, the longest can be 10+ years. Estrogen and progesterone are the primary sex hormones that women produce. As women get older these hormones decline. Progesterone drops much quicker than Estrogen, causing an imbalance.
MORE SYMPTOMS & SIGNS OF MENOPAUSE AND HORMONAL IMBALANCE
Hot Flushes, Night Sweats, Mood Swings, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Low or no Libido, Vaginal Dryness, Weight Gain.
This change can be due to menopause, stresses in life and or a poor diet.
You don’t have to do the journey on your own.
Sheila is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Coach, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Prac and is recently trained in The Menopause Relief Hypnosis Program to work with her clients one on one in person when times allow and online and also in groups making it more fun and affordable.
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