Peri-menopause reframed

Peri-menopause, perimenopause, menopause, hot flashes, natural treatments, homeopathy herbs
Peri-menopause is something that happens to all women eventually.

Most women in their forties already have an overflowing plate, so it’s not surprising that perimenopause can be a mental, physical and emotional challenge.

For women who had babies in their late thirties or early forties, energy can be incredibly depleted post-natally, and hormonal fluctuations can feel like the last straw.

Hormonal birth-control and IVF put a heavy burden on the liver, which is another underlying cause of hormonal imbalance.

A course of homeopathy provides effective treatment to soften and ease the process.

Even troublesome symptoms respond beautifully to a natural approach.

I started seeing Tracy about three months ago to help treat symptoms of the peri-menopause and some urinary tract issues and I can honestly say that I feel so much better. My energy levels have transformed, hormones are way more stable and the urinary tract issues have gone completely. I’m so happy I found Tracy, I would recommend her to anyone.

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Care for your Hormones

homeopathy, hormones

It’s rare that I meet a woman who tells me her hormones are not a problem.

The female hormonal system is like a complex and finely tuned engine. If it’s over-worked or neglected, it will keep going but it won’t work smoothly.

Some women are happy to have their monthly cycle controlled or replicated by medication, but not everyone wants to take a pill every day.

That’s why I’m always happy when someone asks me to help with their hormonal issues.

In my opinion, taking care of your hormones should be way up on every woman’s self-care list, not right at the bottom.

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Periods | What’s your problem?

Homeopathy, London, periods, hormones, PMS, endometriosis, migraine, infertility
This week I was chatting to a woman who told me she hadn’t had any periods for 3 months. She knew she wasn’t pregnant, so she wasn’t sure what was going on.

I asked if she was having trouble sleeping and she said that she lay awake for a couple of hours every night. She was quite surprised when I explained that the underlying cause of both things was probably stress.

Periods, stress and sleep are more connected than you might think.

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