The International Menopause Society has designated October 18th each year as World Menopause Day. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing.
As part of this day and my support for you, I have made my 2 hr Masterclass on Menopause FREE for you for a limited time.
If you follow this LINK HERE and apply the promo code ONLINE21 when you purchase, then this will cancel out the payment and make your Masterclass viewing free to you.
I’ve also shot this video for you explaining why menopause is so important and why you need to pay attention to it.
Millions of women around the world think that menopause is ‘just’ about hot flushes or brain fog.
But it’s not.
We have oestrogen receptors throughout our tissues and organs, all of which are affected by declining levels of our reproductive hormones. This can lead to a multitude of symptoms which many women don’t associate with their transition through menopause. So they spend hundreds of dollars on various treatments and other health solutions, as I used to do too.
However, every symptom is a sign that you aren’t changing your lifestyle to allow your body and brain to adjust to this important life stage.
Hi, I‘m Dr Wendy Sweet from New Zealand and my doctoral research on women’s healthy ageing led me towards understanding how we can help our body to transition through this life stage using lifestyle science from women’s health and ageing studies.
Menopause is the bookend to puberty and as such we are moving into the next phase of our life – our ageing. That’s why on World Menopause Day, I want you to educate yourself about what is really going on during your late 40’s to 50’s as you transition into a new hormonal environment.
My 2 hour Masterclass on Menopause is available to you right now and for a brief time only I have waived the small admin fee that I normally charge for it. Please use the promo code ONLINE21 when you sign up. Although it’s 2 hours long, you can ‘pause’ me anytime you like.
I can’t wait for you to discover what I didn’t know when my own mneopause symptoms frustrated me.