Are you experiencing hot flashes?

If you are in your late 40s or early 50s, you may already be experiencing some menopausal symptoms. Having gone through it myself, I know how cumbersome it can be.

Menopause is a complex natural process, and hypnotherapy for menopause can help you adjust to this profound change in your life naturally, easily, and gracefully.

Menopause is a Change of Life

Menopause is something every woman will go through.

It is often referred to as a “change of life.”  A natural stage that can also cause a lot of desperation and discomfort.

In essence, menopause is just one of those things that every woman will experience in life, no matter what.  We may feel insecure about getting older, yet it is just a fact of life.  Most of us don’t look forward to it, but whether we age with grace or fight it every step of the way, the fact is that we are aging, and it is inevitable.

Coping with Menopause through Hypnosis

The relief of hypnotherapy for menopause will help you eliminate fear and apprehension. You will feel more positive as you realize this is the beginning of a new way of life. Suggestions are carefully chosen so that your subconscious mind accepts and adopts them.

You will find that you have the motivation to accept the change in your life easily and begin to experience menopause as a confident, mature woman. Fears and concerns will be released, and you will feel calm, relaxed, and happy. You’ll probably begin to sleep restfully at night as well.

There is no need for menopause to control you. Start taking menopausal symptoms in your stride, and look forward to the new phase in your life.

I too, have been through it and learned to regulate my menopausal effects, I know I can help you ease the surge by:

  • Being more accepting and calmer
  • Take menopause symptoms in stride
  • Take control of the moment and let it go
  • Sleep more restfully
  • Gain harmony and balance in your life
  • Feel calmer, relaxed, and happy

Facts About Menopause

Many people do not realize the vital role hormones play in our health and throughout our lives – particularly during menopause.

Hormone imbalances are very difficult to deal with. These imbalances affect the physical body but also have emotional components. This means that a woman experiencing menopause is entering a very trying phase of her life.

Hormone replacement therapy has been considered the most effective way to treat symptoms of menopause – especially hot flashes, night sweats and osteoporosis.

But in 2002, the National Institutes of Health announced that Hormone Replacement Therapy caused greater risks than previously believed.

Possible side effects include increased risk of cancer and breast cancer, blood clots, gallbladder disease, heart attacks, and strokes.

Common Symptoms

  • Unpredictable and irregular periods, shorter and lighter periods, heavier periods, flooding, phantom periods, shorter cycles, longer cycles
  • Heart palpitations or irregular heartbeat
  • Mood swings, irritability and sudden tears
  • Terrible fatigue
  • Depression
  • Weight Gain
  • Hot flashes, night sweats and/or cold flashes, sweaty, clammy feeling
  • Sleeplessness
  • Difficulty in concentrating, mental confusion, and disorientation
  • Aching, sore joints, muscles, and tendons, and increased tension in muscles
  • Headaches
  • Itchy, crawly skin
  • Hair loss or thinning all over
  • Vertigo
  • Changes in body/breath odor
  • Gastrointestinal distress, flatulence, indigestion, nausea, bloating.
  • Worsening of existing conditions, increase in allergies
  • Electric shock sensation under the skin and in the head
  • Feeling chilled
  • Anxiety and/or panic attacks
  • Muscles achy
  • Mental sluggishness
  • Moody
  • Loss of libido, dry vagina

What does the word menopause mean to you? Is it the end of something or a new beginning?

We all know how important a positive attitude is in life generally. Do you have a positive attitude toward menopause?  Through hypnotherapy for menopause, you welcome the process, cope better and create a positive attitude!

Menopause is a transition into a new ‘season’ in your life. It’s not an illness or disease. We want you to feel confident and healthy around your menopause and feel about it comfortably and positively. The end of one thing is always the beginning of another.

It’s important to have a great diet, remain smoke-free, and exercise regularly to keep fit and young feeling to offset some of these changes.

Coping with Menopause

You can now purchase my Hypnosis audio recording for Menopause and help you feel more in balance and in control of your internal body as you relax with Liza’s soothing voice and music.

A positive mental attitude and deep relaxation can profoundly affect your health and well-being.

Guided imagery and hypnotic suggestions will implant suggestions for you to feel much more positive and healthy about and during your menopause.

Other Health Tips

Strengthen Your Bones

Another issue that affects post-menopausal women is weak bones and osteoporosis. It seems that bone loss can happen dramatically fast after menopause.

To compensate for the rapid bone loss, you need to take at least 1,200 mg of calcium every day in your thirties, increasing to  1,500 mg each day when you reach 50.

You can also get calcium from other sources like dairy products, yogurt, and broccoli.

You also need to take plenty of Vitamin D, which is important for the proper absorption of calcium in the body. You can get Vitamin D by exposing yourself to half-hour of sunlight daily.

Ensure you keep yourself from the sun from 10 AM to 3 PM, as the ultraviolet rays in those hours may not be healthy for you.

Care For Your Heart

As mentioned earlier, estrogen is the hormone responsible for lowering cholesterol in women. So once your sex hormone production plummets, you will be at a higher risk of getting heart-related diseases.

Figures show that heart disease kills at least 12 times more than breast cancer in women aged fifty and above.

You need to eat a low-fat diet to minimize your risk of getting heart problems. Since saturated fat is partly responsible for the arteries clogging, you must ensure that you stay away from food rich in fat at all costs.

Eating fish and reducing consumption of processed and baked goodies are also essential in protecting your heart. Lastly, increasing your servings of vegetables and fruits daily will be good for your heart and your skin.

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What You Experience through Menopause

Menstrual irregularities

The most glaring sign is the irregularity of the menstrual cycle or the blood’s density change.

Night Sweats

A sensation of heat spreading throughout the body from chest to the face, accompanied by nausea and sweating, is called night sweats. They last for about thirty seconds to five minutes. Alcohol, anxiety, and hot spicy food can exacerbate these feelings.

Sleep Disturbances

Night sweats are the primary reason for sleep disturbances. Women try to adjust their clothes according to their body temperature, which causes a disturbance during sleep. This can result in a sleepless night for many.

Joint and Muscle Aches

Morning stiffness accompanied by joint pains in the knees and shoulder is very common during menopause.

Genital Changes

The reduction in hormones inflow during menopause causes the vagina tissues to thin. This leads to vaginal dryness. Bacterial infections can also occur.

Urinary Problems

Infection in the urinary tract as a result of menopause is very common. The symptoms of this disease include frequent urination and a strong odor in the urine.

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