8 Empowering tips for menopause


In this article I want to point out 8 empowering tips for menopause and how you can tackle unpleasant menopause symptoms.

What is Menopause?

Menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years, typically occurring in her late 40s to early 50s, although the exact timing varies from person to person. It’s a natural biological process characterized by the cessation of menstruation and a decrease in reproductive hormone production, particularly estrogen and progesterone. Symptoms can vary widely among women and may include hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, and changes in libido. While menopause is a normal part of aging, its symptoms can often be managed through lifestyle changes, hormone therapy, or other treatments.

Perimenopause is a newer term that describes the 10 years or so before menopause begins (as a woman’s sex hormones slowly wean). It can start as early as our late 30s and ends around age 52, as menopause begins. During perimenopause, women often experience bouts of anxiousness as estrogen levels become more erratic. Menstrual cycles become more irregular; hot flashes, and sleep struggles are also a common signs of perimenopause.

Many of these experiences continue through menopause, along with libido changes, vaginal dryness, skin eruptions, hair thinning, and waistline thickening.

Here are a few tips that will help generally: PRE- and POST menopause as well as menopause. If you haven’t reached any of the stages above YET, I’d highly recommend to start with tips below TODAY.

  1. Get enough sleep. My mum used to say “sleeping is the best medicine” and she was very right. A good nights sleep can really heal your body and restore the imbalance that is present.
  2. Eat well. Eat nutrient dense and healthy foods that support your body. Focus on a well balanced diet, think about protein, carbs and good fats. Include an array of colours, load up on veggies, bless your food and eat slowly. We live in such a hectic and fast paced world that we often end up gobbling down our food without even being present. I recommend for you to take 3 deep breaths in and out before you eat.
  3. Hydrate: When we are thirsty, we are actually already dehydrated. We often get misled and take thirst for hunger so we end up eating although we are thirsty. Water has zero calories and helps to keep flushing out those unwanted toxins. Water will also support bowel movement.
  4. Exercise: Exercise during menopause is important for maintaining overall health and well-being, as well as managing some of the symptoms associated with this life stage. It is important for bone health, heart health, weight management, mood and mental health, and help with sleep and hot flashes. I highly recommend 2-3 days a week of strength – or resistance training.
  5. Believe and mindset: The topic of menopause has never been more discussed, and out there ,as we see it everywhere today. Don’t fall for the paradigm that menopause must be horrible and you’ll have all the symptoms that come with it. Empower yourself with the knowledge what you can do to cruise through those years as much as you can.
  6. Meditation: Having a meditation practise can help with mood regulation, mind-body connection, stress reduction, better sleep, hormonal balance. Whatever type of meditation you feel drawn to, is the right one for you; from guided to relaxation techniques –
  7. LiveWave patches: X39 patchesare a wearable technology that sends a signal to the body to turn on stem cell production. The wearable technology that combines the power of acupuncture, light therapy, stem cell activation and the elevation of regenerative, youth and antioxidant peptides. Women who suffer hot flushes and uncomfortable menopause symptoms tend to have liver and gallbladder meridian and organ issues. The liver accumulates toxins and this affects its energetic Yin Yang pair. If you prefer the holistic approach on healing your body, reach out for more information on supporting a pleasant menopause period. This is for you if “the old pharmaceutical way” doesn’t resonate with you.
  8. Manage stress: Some things in life are inevitable eg stress. Going through a rough period in your life that causes you stress can really aggravate menopause symptoms. Even menopause in itself can be stressful. Include practices like yoga, meditation, deep breathing exercises, and spending time in nature can help reduce stress levels.


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