Menopause Symptoms – How did you celebrate your Menopause Day?

Did you know your Menopause is actually One Day?

Menopause is the day on which it has been one year since your last period. Menopausal Transition and Menopause symptoms can however last between 5-10 years.

I want to see you celebrate your menopause day.

The Average age to celebrate your Menopause Day is 51

Menopausal Transition and Menopause symptoms can however last between 5-10 years. You should take some time to celebrate your menopause day!

Q: How can you celebrate your menopause day?

A: By improving your hormonal health and self-care you can transform you menopausal transition
…….and then having a massive party celebrating this new phase of your life with your best female friends

What are the Common Menopause Symptoms

The moon and menopause symptoms
  • hot flushes
  • night sweats
  • fatigue
  • difficulty sleeping
  • reduced sex drive (libido)
  • brain fog: problems with memory and concentration
  • vaginal dryness and pain, itching or discomfort during sex
  • headaches
  • mood changes, such as low mood or anxiety
  • palpitations
  • joint stiffness, aches and pains
  • reduced muscle mass
  • recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs)

Hormonal health usually follows the same curve. So simply explained it can be a smooth simple transition or a hard more troublesome transition


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So if you had healthy pain free periods and easy conception ( if you decided to have children) then you could expect a simple, smooth menopause.


If your hormonal health or that of a close family member is more troublesome then your transition may not be as smooth

Q: What can I do to improve my hormonal health (aka I don’t want to experience hard menopause symptoms)

A: Natural balancing of your hormonal system and a little self-care dramatically improve your chance of a smooth transition

Why do Women experience Menopause – (in a nutshell)

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Around the age of 50, the ovaries stop producing estrogens.

The adrenal glands (small organs on top of each kidney) continue to make estrogens, as does fat tissue but the blood levels of estrogens drop.

Progesterone levels decline dramatically after your last period, as there is no corpus luteum/empty follicle to produce it.

So both hormones decline but progesterone declines much more than oestrogen. It is the extreme deficiency of progesterone that leads to what is commonly called oestrogen dominance.

It is this hormone imbalance that causes the majority of symptoms

How would you feel if you were able to glide through your menopause What way would it improve your life?

lady free from menopause symptoms

I am here to help you, to be your guide back to health, to empower you to make better health choices.

I’m a hormonal advocate and I want you to be one too
Your hormones your body is amazing – Its time to expect more from our hormonal health

What is your next step?

If you would like to book an appointment, please follow this link

If you would like to book a free introductory call you can contact me on this link or simply ring me on 00 (353) 87 3899390

Boyne Clinic – Women’s Wellness Clinic

Using a variety of Holistic, Homoeopathic and Natural remedies. I can help you to start your journey to your best health.

Every appointment, prescription and health plan is created specifically for you.

This is bespoke individualised healthcare.

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