Are you in your 40’s or early 50’s and feel like you’re going a bit mad sometimes? You’re not alone. It could be the onset of peri menopause. The effect of menopause usually starts in the brain not in the reproductive organs and, as a result, massively impacts our mental health. If you’ve been diagnosed with anxiety disorder it could actually be a symptom of peri menopause. If you want to learn more and also find out how you can help, please watch my video it’s 29 mins.
I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that I believe your mind has the power to affect your experience of your menopause (including your symptom severity).
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the last few years (and I wouldn’t blame you if you had) you’ve probably heard about the power of the imagination. When it comes to our immune system, our nervous system and our endocrine system (ok, ALL our systems actually) the imagination can have an impact(directly and indirectly).
Remember nothing happens in isolation in the body.
Don’t take my word for it, look at the science.
In a study done in 2004 by scientists at The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Lerner Research Institute in Cleveland they found that by simply imagining repeating an exercise over and over again, you can an increase in muscle strength by 35% Ref: Pg: 77 ‘How Your Mind Heals Your Body’ by David R Hamilton.