Don't Miss This Two Part Strategy for Menopause Success

If you're not thinking about supporting your hormones in these two ways - all during and after menopause - you're missing an important piece of the big picture. 

What is menopause success?

By menopause success I mean:

  • Having minimal, very mild (if any) typical peri-menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, heavy bleeding, insomnia, and mood swings
  • Avoiding the common health problems that tend to pop up during menopause like tinnitus, dizziness, and frozen shoulder
  • Looking and feeling young, vibrant, and healthy after menopause - plus avoiding a lot of the common post menopausal health issues like weight gain, thinning hair, vaginal dryness, bone loss, memory loss, muscle loss, sagging skin, heart palpitations, insomnia, and fatigue. 

What is the key to this strategy

This strategy is based on the idea that how well we respond to stress - on every level - determines the state of our health.  This ability to respond to stress is sometimes called our resilience or adaptability. 

For example

Physical stresses

Physical stresses come in all forms - we respond to them all the time.  Everything from our blood vessels contracting and relaxing as we go from sitting to standing to maintain our blood pressure, the inflammation and micro-injuries that need to be repaired every time we exercise, our body heating and cooling itself in hot or cold weather, our immune system responding to attack by a bacterium or virus. 

Emotional stresses

Loss, grief, worry about money, family, kids, work, or our health.  Pressure.  Fear.  When these come up do you take a deep breath, do what you can, and then find a way to enjoy your day?  Or do you breathe shallowly, release loads of stress chemicals into your bloodstream creating everything from muscle tension, to insomnia, headaches, and indigestion to compromising your  immune system? 

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Stresses of change, menopause, & aging

Tons of changes happen in the body during menopause and the aging process.  Your body needs to respond well to each one.  For example, your ovaries slow down and don't make much estrogen anymore.  Does your body respond by having the adrenal glands start to make some estrogen for you?  Or is the body unable to rise to this challenge - leaving your estrogen levels to drop to near zero and bringing on all the symptoms of hormone levels that are too low? 

Watch the video for the two parts to ensuring your body will respond well to stress on all levels

Because, big picture, this is the best way to have minimal symptoms during menopause and help protect yourself from experiencing multiple diseases and common signs of aging

Want to get started with this for yourself? 

So if you're already experiencing more than mild peri-menopause symptoms or signs of aging or you just know you want to help prevent them... 

I can help you get started with both here's how:

Truly customized herbal remedies supported by the best diet and lifestyle for your hormones are the best way to put this two-part strategy into place. 

Use my free resources below to learn how to do this in your own life - getting maximum relief and protection. 

Watch the Herbs for Menopause Mini-Course

Give me 10 minutes, and I'll show you how the hormonal puzzle fits together, so you can handle any menopausal symptom that appears with safe, natural herbal remedies. 

Ready to start feeling better?  Let me help with these Free Resources

Level 1: Take An Easy First Step
Level 2:  Get The Biggest Results



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About the Author

Hi, I'm Dana, an Acupuncturist & Herbalist with over 18 years' experience helping women relieve menopause symptoms and signs of aging after menopause with Customized Herbal Remedies in my private practice and online community Menopause Made Easy with Herbs.

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