We know your change is unique to you.
The sequence of hormonal decline is similar, but not the symptoms. With over 30 different mental and physical symptoms, occurring in a random order, it’s no wonder that every women requires specialised advice. In addition the long-term consequences of the symptoms and low levels of hormones can have a huge impact on your quality of life. The sooner you start a menopause program the better.
Menopause is inevitable
Each woman will reach menopause. It is an inevitable part of our lives. Our biology dictates that our periods to start at puberty and stop at menopause. How we get there is as unique as we are.
Menopause is a hormone deficiency
Menopause transition is a gradual loss of certain hormones, and in some cases the deficiency can bring about a whole host of chemical changes in a women’s body that manifest themselves, not only physically, but mentally as well.
Menopause does not happen overnight
Menopause could be quite a long transition. The symptoms don’t appear in any particular order. “Menopausal symptoms can begin months or even years before your periods stop and last around 4 years after your last period, although some women experience them for much longer”. NHS
Menopause symptoms are variable
Most women don’t connect symptoms or changes in their mind and body as even being close to ‘menopause time’, they put them down to stress, age or something else entirely.
Menopause need not be a mystery
Knowledge allows us to find the meaning behind everything, and helps improve lives in a massive way. All women need to be given individualised advice about their menopause. We completely understand that menopause does not have a one size fits all approach.
“I wish I had gone to see a nurse earlier!“
I found it difficult to talk to my GP and things had just been getting worse and worse with my symptoms. I now have a plan of action and a sense of purpose which I didn’t have before. Very grateful for the time and expertise of the menopause nurse and will be back to continue my journey. Thanks
“I’m 67 and feel like I’ve been perimenopausal for about 25 years, with depression my main problem.”
The Menopause Directory was recommended to me by a trusted friend and, having tried numerous options to feel better, such as NLP, I decided to book a consultation. Straight away it was like talking to someone I’d known for years, and Aly reassured me very quickly. For anyone thinking about what to do, I would definitely recommend a chatting to a nurse to help you to decide.”
“I procrastinated for a year before going to see a nurse!”
Within minutes she had worked her magic and had understood me. I never realised how many of my, what I thought were just, signs of being a woman of a certain age were actually due to hormonal imbalances.
So two months later brain fog cleared, hot flashes pretty much gone, and I’m sleeping much better.
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Women are now spending a third of their lifespan menopausal, so you owe it to yourself to manage your menopause transition in an effective way as part of your everyday healthcare.