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So many women consider menopause to be an ending to a chapter in their lives. We want to encourage women to see menopause as a new beginning. As one chapter ends, another one inevitably begins that’s full of new adventures and more exciting than the next. Through the power of LadyCare, we want women to enjoy everything this new chapter has to offer, instead of fearing it.
As well as this, we think that as you near menopause it’s an ideal time to start making some other beneficial changes. Here are our top 6 changes that could bring about the best results.
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!
When we think of menopause, it’s always the most common symptoms that get the spotlight. Hot flushes and mood swings are two of the most well-known symptoms of both perimenopause and menopause. They are the ones we joke about with our friends and feel most comfortable chatting about. What about the many other symptoms? Perhaps you don’t even realise that specific issues are a result of menopause. Well, we’re about to shine the light on some of those least expected areas.
‘Finally a real Summer’, you hear them chant! ‘We’re going to have two long weeks of pure heat’. Now that’s great news for our Summer deprived country, but it’s not exactly ideal if you suffer from hot flushes. In fact it sounds like the thing of nightmares. We’re here to help you beat the heat and reduce those hot flushes once and for all!
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.
Worrying about menopause and feeling unprepared? You’re in the right place. It’s normal to want to know exactly what’s going to happen. Asking our friends or Mothers about their experience is one thing, but everyone’s menopause journeys are different.
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?
During both menopause and perimenopause, hormonal imbalances can cause extreme fatigue. The drop in estrogen levels is the real culprit, but added stresses or anxieties that occur as a result of other symptoms can also contribute. As well as this, low iron levels and low functioning thyroid are more commonly seen in women of menopausal age. Both of these things can also cause fatigue.
If you only exercise to look good, you’ve got it totally wrong! Yes, of course, exercise is necessary for weight loss and improving appearance. But exercise is so much more than simply just a way to lose weight. It’s a mood and health booster too. Doing the right type of exercise can help to target different problematic areas, providing a wide range of health benefits.