How well or not you go through the menopause is linked to so many different factors. And without a doubt, you can make your menopause easier by focusing on your diet and lifestyle.
Exercise is very important as you approach and go through the menopause. And choosing the right sort of exercise is key as it can definitely help to reduce some of the symptoms.
Your hormones love you to exercise! But, as is the case with everything, you need to get the balance right.
Would you like to learn how to nourish and balance your hormones?
By exercising, you help your hormones to get the nutrients they need to flourish.
Exercise will also help your body to get rid of waste including excess hormones. And of course, the right exercise helps to reduce stress levels and helps you to sleep.
And the benefits continue.
When you move, it helps with fat burning and resistant weight loss and increases energy levels, all of which are common symptoms of the menopause.
So let’s look at the various options in order to create a personalised plan for you. It’s all about choosing the right sort of exercise to keep your hormones balanced. And this can vary from individual to individual according to their personal health profile.
It is also important to keep your body flexible and your mind strong. Exercise like yoga, t’ai chi and pilates not only keep you fully stretched but can help your coordination and balance too.
And for all of us, these forms of exercise help you to breathe better and practice mindfulness, all of which help to reduce stress, improve your mood and set yourself up for the day.
The risk of Osteoporosis increases as you transition towards and out of the menopause. This is linked to a lack of oestrogen and testosterone in the body as this leads to a reduction in muscle mass and bone strength.
You have come so far in your programme and you are now moving towards your midlife and beyond and we don’t want anything to scupper your future.
And so in order to keep your bones and muscles strong and reduce the risk of osteoporosis, it’s important to focus on all the beneficial exercises that you can do to future proof your life and keep your body strong
By establishing a smart exercise routine, you start to feel alive, energised and ready to go out there and conquer the world. Just surviving is no longer an option. You are ready to thrive!
Learn the importance of diet and lifestyle in your menopause
So what happens now? With ⅓ of your life left to go, it’s time to live!
But it would be foolish to think that you no longer need to take care of yourself.
My next step is all about future proofing your health.
I explore the best diet and lifestyle practices to ensure that you continue to thrive in your menopause and beyond
I focus on how to reduce your risk of breast cancer and look at how to protect your heart health as the risk of these all increase with age.
And you learn to become an authority on diet and lifestyle as you grow older!
I also focus on the day to day maintenance of your successes so far.
You have come such a long way! And you are enjoying the benefits. Your body has responded to all the hard work you have put in and everything is now more aligned. You are in tune with your body and you are able to recognise what it needs.
So, it’s important to maintain all this good stuff. You are no longer suffering and you now have the opportunity to harness this positivity and continue with a maintenance plan that keeps you in tip top condition
And you’ve reached the final step. It’s time to rejoice and live your life to the full.
All those aches and pains, brain fog, night sweats and mood swings are in the past.
Your weight is stable, shopping for clothes is fun and you like the way you look!
Your energy levels have returned. You can keep up with your children and even give your grandchildren a run for their money.
And you positively glow with health and vitality.
It’s been worth the effort and now is the time to reflect on your journey, enjoy your time right now and look forward to the future.
Click through to my download to find out more about how to have a happy and healthy menopause
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