What you should know about perimenopause
November 2 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pmFREE!
On November 2 I’ll be a guest speaker for my friend Rebeka Ly, who together with her husband founded Addo Living, talking about “What you should know about perimenopause but no one told you before”.
Even though all women go through menopause most aren’t aware of what that entails and what to expect from this phase of life. Many women feel alone and isolated during the menopause transition. Each of us goes through menopause in our own way but we share many common experiences.
Did you know:
- 8 in 10 women experience hot flashes
- 5 in 10 women experience vaginal dryness and pain with sex
- 1 in 4 women contemplate quitting their jobs because of night sweats, difficulty sleeping, irritability, anxiety, or problems with concentration and memory.
Even self-esteem and self-confidence can be negatively affected during the hormonal changes of midlife.
You are not alone! For every challenge that perimenopause poses there’s a solution.
Join us and learn what you should know about perimenopause: the menopause stages, most common physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms and most importantly, how to make your (peri)menopause easier.
Learn more and register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
- Over 40?
- Committed to your health and wellbeing?
- Interested in learning more about your body and mind?
- Ready to put yourself at the top of the list and look after yourself?
Then you should consider becoming a member of the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network.
The purpose of the WHIM (Women’s Health In Midlife) Network is to educate women about their health and wellbeing, the life-affirming changes of midlife, and healthy aging. It’s the culmination of my 20+ years of experience working in women’s health with a focus on menopause.
I help women cut through the clutter, the myths, and the folklore. By providing truthful, trusted advice, I educate women and equip them to be their own health advocates.
You shouldn’t just survive the menopause transition, you should thrive through it!
Come put yourself first and celebrate your journey with our growing community. Not yet a member? Become one here.