Mind Over Menopause

Many women experiencing menopause symptoms believe that their only options are to take Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) or put up with it. But that is just not the case. Complementary therapy can offer you many alternatives.

Menopause is not an illness, it is a natural stage in women's lives. Women can start to experience symptoms as early as their early 40's or not until their 50's. Some women have minimal symptoms but for others their symptoms are frequent and intense. For those women, menopause can disrupt their work and personal lives.

Every woman's experience of menopause is unique. Cognitive Hypnotherapy can help you to approach this stage of your life positively. You can discover a range of techniques that help you get back in control of your symptoms and your life.

During the period around menopause women may experience:

  • hot flushes
  • night sweats
  • weight gain
  • mood swings
  • poor sleep
  • loss of confidence
  • heavy menstrual periods 

I usually ask clients to keep a symptom record before I see them so that we can start to identify patterns and triggers. It may be that some simple changes to their diet and lifestyle will make a huge difference to their experience.

Together we can put together a therapy plan to alleviate the symptoms. So don't just suffer in silence, take action and start to get on with enjoying your life again.

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