Menopause & perimenopause
Is your lifestyle setting you up for severe menopause symptoms?
Find out now.
At our clinic 80% of our patients can prevent or find lasting relief for their symptoms
of perimenopause and menopause through changes to six areas of their lifestyle:
diet, vitamin and mineral intake, exercise, sleep, stress, and emotional wellness.
If this news is surprising to you (and it is to many women!), take a minute now
to answer the six quick questions below to see what your lifestyle can reveal about
your menopause symptom risk.
What do your answers say about your risk for
Mostly “A”s: On the go. Risk: High
If you answered mostly “A”s, you are an “on the go” personality — full of energy
and using every bit of it! We recommend you be aware that a high stress lifestyle
can contribute to more severe menopause symptoms such as hot flashes or low libido.
Take a closer look at whether you are balancing the demands on your body with the
support you give it. Often, some simple changes to manage stress can make a big
difference in preventing or finding relief from menopause symptoms.
Mostly “B”s: On the edge. Risk: Medium
If you answered mostly “B”s, you are “on the edge” — while you know what you need
to do for a healthier lifestyle, sticking to it on a daily basis may be a problem!
Finding relief for menopause symptoms such as fatigue and weight gain requires long-term
lifestyle changes. But don’t get overwhelmed. We recommend focusing on one or two
key areas to start. In our experience, success in one area often inspires changes
Mostly “C”s: On the right track. Risk: Low
If you answered mostly “C”s, you are “on the right track” — the majority of the
time, you’re making lifestyle choices that will help reduce your risk of menopause
symptoms. We recommend that you keep up the great effort and remember that an additional
improvement of as little as 10% can move you even further from the tipping point.
Not surprisingly, most women are a combination of all three profiles. For more details
about how to feel better during hormonal change — including what your body is telling
you, the demands you place on your body and the support you provide — take our free
Hormonal Health Profile and receive