Perimenopause symptoms

3 things I’ve learnt in my Perimenopause journey so far

Perimenopause can often feel like an upward climb. It is repeatedly misunderstood with many women not even realising they’re in this phase til they start having changes in their menstrual cycle. But Perimenopause is so much more than that. In fact, Perimenopause is often identified by the mental and emotional changes brought on by fluctuating …

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Simple life advice for reducing stress

I’m hyper aware of how stress (and the resulting increase in cortisol) detrimentally affects Perimenopausal symptoms and am always working towards minimising stress as much as possible. But sometimes life throws you curve balls (as it inevitably will) and you’ll be placed in stressful circumstances. So what do can you do in these situations? Well …

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The number #1 thing you can do to ease anxiety

One of the most common (and often misdiagnosed or dismissed) symptom of Perimenopause is anxiety. If you are experiencing anxiety it’s likely affecting your social life and relationships. You actively avoid certain people or situations (sound familiar?). So you’re not going to like the answer that I’m going to offer. Actually, if you are experiencing …

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Not sure if you’re in Perimenopause?

Navigating Perimenopause can feel overwhelming, especially with everything else on your to-do list. You may still be getting your period but haven’t been yourself and know something is off. To get some clarity and to simplify things, I have created a free Perimenopause Symptom Tracker for you. This tracker allows you to monitor the physical, …

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Is stress affecting your Perimenopause symptoms?

The short answer is YES! Even without putting your life stage into the equation, you and I both know that when we’re stressed we act and feel differently. Our moods fluctuate, we lose sleep and sometimes it affects our periods. These symptoms are a result of increased cortisol (the stress hormone) which affects the balance …

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