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The LadyCare Plus+ has been successfully redesigned to combat symptoms of menopause for women that suffer from higher levels of stress. We are so excited by the feedback we’ve received from women praising LadyCare Plus+, that we had to make it this week’s feature!
Perimenopause is the period leading up to menopause in which your hormones (estrogen and progesterone) start to deplete. This period could last for weeks, months or years. There is no way to predict how long your own perimenopausal stage will last, or when it will begin, but there are ways to determine if you’re currently in perimenopause.
Menopause can be an extremely testing time in any woman’s life. We’ve all heard of the dreaded mood swings that are associated with menopause. The reality is, menopause is like a rollercoaster of a journey; there are ups and there are downs. A high number of women over the age of 45 suffer from anxiety, panic attacks and/or depression. So is there a connection with menopause?
Most of us just accept that at some point over the Winter, we will inevitably catch a cold. We almost resign ourselves to this fact and don’t actually try to take preventative measures against it. Okay, so maybe we steer clear of our friends when they’ve got a case of a bunged up nose, but is that really enough? If you could make a few changes and avoid falling ill this Winter, surely that would be worth it. No one enjoys having a cold!
Up to 75% of women between the ages of 45 to 58 report a significant drop in sexual arousal during both menopause and perimenopause. Phew, breathe a sigh of relief… what you’re going through is completely normal! If you’ve seriously lost your sex drive and now you’re missing that flare in the bedroom, don’t worry, we’re here to help. We’re about to introduce you to something that could change your life.
Many women don’t actually like to talk about menopause. For some it can be a very embarrassing topic, especially if they are suffering quite badly. More specifically, embarrassment can often be felt around the workplace, or when out socialising with friends.
To coincide with the NICE clinical guidelines which have recently been published, we want to remind you about LadyCare; a totally drug-free device which has helped almost a million of women suffering from menopause.
As most menopausal women know, hot flushes are one of the most annoying and uncomfortable symptoms of menopause and over 75% of women in menopause experience them. They can hit any time, even while you sleep, and can last from seconds to several minutes or up to an hour.
Stress is the evil demon that robs us of our sleep and keeps us hanging on the edge of insanity. Stress is sadly often dismissed and ignored, or even just accepted as a normal part of life. However stress becomes dangerous to our health when it becomes constant.
A lot of women do not realise the role of stress in menopause; that relentless stress can actually make your menopausal symptoms even more intense.