Menopause can impact so many different areas of our lives. It can be difficult to explain to someone who isn’t going through menopause, just what it’s like. Before long, you might find you’re avoiding certain social occasions and skipping those meals outs, coffee meetups or dinner dates. When we feel like the world is against us, we tend to lock ourselves away. If this sounds familiar, we’ve got some useful suggestions.
Before you suffer any longer, give LaBalance a go. LaBalance is a natural device designed to reduce or in some cases completely eliminate symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. LaBalance is our upgraded, stronger version of the standard LaBalance. Originally designed for women who suffer from higher levels of stress, it is now the go-to choice. Over a million women in the UK alone use LaBalance to help reduce menopause symptoms.
As well as helping reduce common symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings and night sweats, LaBalance does more! In a study we carried out under the watch of Dr Nyjon Eccles, it was proven that LaBalance is effective for 71% of women with up to 24 different symptoms.
- Hot flushes
- Night Sweats
- Better Skin Tone
- More Energy
- Improved Mood
- Weight Reduction
- Irregular Or Heavy Periods
- Heart Palpitations
- Loss Of Sex Drive
- Vaginal Dryness
- Lack Of Concentration
- Lapses Of Memory
- Urinary Incontinence
- Bladder Infections
- Hair Loss
- Digestive Problems: Indigestion, Cramping, Nausea
- Painful Sore Muscles, Tendons And Joints
- Breast Soreness Or Tenderness
- Increased Muscle Tension
Sometimes the simple act of writing things down can work wonders. Thinking through and documenting future goals is a great way to get your head cleared and stay on track. Start with something small, set a challenge to meet up with your good friends at least once a month. Pencil suggested dates in to the calendar so you don’t end up cancelling.
Go for a brisk walk every day. It’s amazing just how uplifting this can be for your wellbeing. A daily walk forces you out of the house. Once outside you’ll probably feel great and possibly even bravely venture further. That being said, don’t put any pressure on yourself to do anything other than one walk a day.
Don’t feel silly setting simple goals and challenges like this. These techniques are regularly used to help those suffering from depression and anxiety. Menopause can cause both of these mental health problems.
So, if you’ve been feeling like a bit of a hermit it’s time to make a change. New year, a fresh start, what better time? Start with a simple list of goals and reassess in a few months time. If you find you’re slipping back into old ways, try not to feel defeated. Start again with some fresh goals and a new timeline.