Post-menopause has the potential to be the longest phase in a women’s life. For the majority of women, it’s the calm after the storm. Symptoms gradually disappear on their own. Unfortunately, not all women find themselves symptom-free. This episode shines some light on why this might be.
Did you know this one food can trigger hot flushes, increase your weight, create insomnia, lower your energy levels, promote the aging process, and more!
Have you ever wondered why some women just breeze through menopause and others really struggle?
I have identified 3 major factors that either set us up for a successful or problematic transition.
1. Diet and nutrient levels
2. Environmental toxicity and your ability to detoxify.
3. Stress and lifestyle habits.
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Living in a water-damaged/ mouldy home can cause brain fog, fatigue, headaches, hormonal imbalance, and more.
Jo Lia - Building Biologist
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Guest blog on Mould
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The controversial topic of whether women should consume soy containing foods as a phytoestrogen source during their menopausal transition.
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Maryon Stewart is the author of Manage Your Menopause Naturally and 27 other books. A world-renowned healthcare expert, she has helped tens of thousands of women around the world overcome PMS and menopause symptoms without using drugs or hormones.
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Sally Garozzo is a Rapid Transformational Therapist and a Menopause Mindset Coach. It’s her mission to enable women to re-write their childhood conditioning so that they can have a happy menopause transition.
Menopause causes dryness, dry skin, dry vagina, dry eye, and even dry mouth! As your estrogen levels start to decline with menopause, so does your mouth's ability to produce saliva.
Shoulder problems are so common in midlife they have been nicknamed the 50 year old shoulder.
Endometrial hyperplasia is common in peri-menopause. It's an abnormal thickening of the uterine lining. It is not cancer but in some cases, it can increase your risk of developing uterine cancer.
Xenoestrogens are manmade chemicals that act like estrogen in the body. They interfere with our natural hormonal signals.
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Today's discussion is with Lynette Sheppard, creator of the Menopause Goddess blog and author of "Becoming a Menopause Goddess. A chronicle of women's wisdom for weathering the change"