As a woman, you’ve probably heard all the horror stories about “The Change” *wiggles eyebrows*. You grew up watching Aunt Jenny catch on fire and sweat like a runner every half hour as she loudly complains about how hot it is. Or maybe you even watched your mum turn into an apocalyptical banshee and wondered what the heck was going on. It was this: perimenopause. Even more mysterious than the taboo subject of menopause.
Perimenopause is that period of anywhere up to 10 years before menopause. Menopause usually happens for most women around 50 – 52 years of age, and is defined as a continuous 12 months without a period. It’s when you theoretically stop the reproductive phase in your life. There are over 30 symptoms of perimenopause, most of them seemingly disconnected – and it’s why there isn’t really a “diagnosis” your doctor can give you, or very much to be done.
Perimenopausal hormone imbalance has a laundry list of over 30 symptoms, and an overwhelming number of women experience a combination of those symptoms that can leave their lives in tatters.
To compound your woes, you’ve likely heard that the only thing you can do to help the situation is going on Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) buuut…you’ve also heard that it might have some bad side effects down the road.
Although HRT might be necessary in some cases, there are other ways you might feel better.
Navigating the approach to menopause is a very personal, long and individual process that lends itself to a health programme like HOT MESS REVIVAL.
HOT MESS REVIVAL will help you cruise through perimenopause and thrive in the process, so you can stop being a hot mess.
Something amazing for you is that I’m a registered practitioner with Australian Health and Pracitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). This gives you peace of mind that my practice is held to the highest standards required in my field, that I’m educated, insured and absolutely certified to stab you.
The less amazing thing of being a registered practitioner with AHPRA is that I’m not permitted to share all my good news stories, or show you the ladies whom I have helped. Soooo…what I can do is link you up with some information.