Making sure your hormonal balance is under control makes all the difference to your experience in going through the menopause. Getting your hormones to play ball is a crucial element when it comes to experiencing a natural menopause. But not everyone gets to move through this phase of life easily.
Hormonal balance can be a delicate operation particularly at puberty, perimenopause and menopause.
What can affect my hormonal balance
There are certain factors you can consider and start testing for yourself to find out the difference altering even one thing can make:
- Daily stressors and how you deal with them
- How you eat
- Your exercise regime
- How much weight you carry
- Your aging process
- Your emotional health
How do I know when my hormones are affected
You’ll know when your hormones are out of whack because you’ll have one or more of these impacting your life on a regular basis:
- Low energy reserves
- Sleep patterns
- Feeling anxious
- Mood swings
- Memory loss;i>
- Withdrawing from people
- Loss of confidence
- Pushing people away
- Low moods and depression
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Getting overly emotional
What can I do to put it right
Your hormone levels can be brought back to balance in a number of ways and here we approach it from a number of angles, where we may look at your lifestyle, especially your eating habits, your weight history, your sleep routine, and your emotional health.
It’s important to get you back into balance so that you have better coping strategies on a day-to-day basis, and most importantly so you can reclaim the energy and vitality that is being depleted while it’s seeping away and finding you in a heap at the bottom of it all.
There’s no need to feel helpless and hopeless, instead you can get your life back, and have fun again.
P.S. I’d love to help you get free of your low energy and wonky moods.
Take the next steps
If you’re ready to take some steps towards getting free of your menopause symptoms, then let’s arrange a chat that explores whether my Happy Hormones Programme is right for you.