Some of the hormone disruptors that we might not think about are electro magnetic frequencies, unresolved childhood trauma and our self sabotaging beliefs.
But they really are, maybe not directly, but they are all stressors and stressors play havoc with the orchestra that is our endocrine system.
My guest today is Melissa Ayres a homeopath, a Theta Healing Practitioner and a menopause coach.
In today's episode we discuss:
Homeopathy for menopause
What is homeopathy
The 5 key disruptors of hormones health.
Re-defining 'Pre Menstrual Tension'
Stress and the effects on menopause
The other role of progesterone
Electro Magnetic Frequencies and how they affect our wellbeing
Beliefs as vibration
Getting to the bottom of the beliefs that sabotage us
Theta Healing for menopause - clearing the ancestral wounds
Being ready to heal deeply
So if you're ready to change up your energy, this episode is for you.
Controlling how you decide to show up in the patriarchal world as a menopausal woman, is really up to you.
You do know that YOU get to decide don't you? In some countries, that choice is taken away, so if you DO have the choice, honour it and use it wisely.
Want to stick to bedroom activism instead? I'm right there with you.
Want to wear oversized prints, enormous earrings and red lipstick? Do it.
Want to have casual sex with someone younger? Try it.
What to just sleep all day this Sunday? Do it.
This life changing conversation with Kath Berry put some fire back in my belly and I did not expect this conversation to end up where it did!
Kath Berry is an Acupuncture Educator with over 25 years of clinical experience. She also has a Masters Degree in Drug and Alcohol Addiction Medicine and is now the co-author of a text book called Menopause: A Comprehensive Guide for Practitioners.
I want you to be happy. Really happy. I want you to be able to harbour so much love, joy, freedom and happiness.
But can you?
Do you really want it?
You might be thinking, what a stupid question! Of course I want happiness. Doesn't everyone?
And the answer to that might surprise you.
In today's episode of the menopause mindset podcast we discuss something called Cherophobia or fear of happiness.
We look at how it shows up, why it's in your life, what you can do about it and the consequences of not dealing with it for you and your menopause transition.
So if you're ready to improve your mental and emotional wellbeing, then this episode is your you.
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I was hanging by a thread, like a piece of over rip fruit about to fall from the tree and go splat on the floor. Heavy and lethargic. No energy to lift a finger let alone think about what to cook for dinner.
Energy is a precious resource, but the good news is, it's renewable, unlike time. Once time is gone, it's gone, you can't get it back but energy can be renewed. All we have to do is plug back in.
This episode of The Menopause Mindset Podcast is a demonstration of how that is possible.... literally.
The entire episode was improvised from start to finish, not because I was lazy and didn't want to write any notes, but because I've been able to generate so much energy over the last couple of days, my mind was clear and my heart was full.
Since a friend pulled me up on my waining energy levels, I've been making a concerted effort to problem solve this issue and I'm delighted to bring you my musings.
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.