Menopause 'The Change': Changing its impact on you

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Menopause can cause anxiety and distress for many women, as the physical changes accompany mood swings and loss of confidence.

(This session will be of interest to women of all ages, particularly those 40+ and those with colleagues, family and friends who may be experiencing symptoms of the menopause.)

The menopause is a natural stage of life that every woman will experience at some point because it’s a normal biological transition that occurs around the ages of 45-55. The ovaries get smaller and the production of sex hormones oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone starts to decline.

The reduction in hormone levels that accompany the menopause can impact the body in various ways, increasing the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis; disrupting energy levels and sleep; causing weight gain and generating a range of disparate symptoms so that every woman experiences the menopause differently.

The good news is that a healthy lifestyle can minimise the effects of the menopause, supporting bone and heart health, regulating mood and promoting weight management. Many women feel this is an excellent time to review how they treat their bodies.

There are so many ways that nutrition can help to support healthy menopause. Join us for an informative session with our expert nutritionist Jackie Lynch that will arm you with the facts and practical tips and suggestions to give your body the easiest ride. We have it all covered with an interactive one-hour discussion of best diet practices & trigger foods to avoid, natural remedies, supplements, exercise, relaxation techniques and positive psychology.

Key learnings:

  1. Understand what the menopause is and the stages women go through
  2. Come away with tips and strategies to best tackle the menopause
  3. Practical tips for how to support your colleagues who are going through the menopause at work