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

A course of homeopathy provides effective treatment to soften and ease the process, and even troublesome symptoms respond beautifully to a natural approach.

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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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How to relax | Simple Sundays

Simple, family routines, homeopathy, LondonI’m almost always happy, but sometimes I think I’ve forgotten how to relax. My weeks are always enjoyable, but full. Switching off is a challenge because there are always so many things I want to do!

A couple of years ago I read a book called Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne, on the recommendation of a friend. I couldn’t put it down. It was full of common sense and it clarified and confirmed some thoughts I had about family routines.

“The busier your life, the more your children need and will benefit from the establishment of a sense of rhythm.”
Kim John Payne

To begin with, I wanted to create simple routines for the benefit of my children. Since then, I’ve realised it’s something that benefits adults too.

We all benefit from predictability and routine.

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