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The Menopause 


As menopause approaches, a woman’s hormones can have a powerful effect on her health and well-being.  All women find menopause to be a personal experience and not just a medical condition.  If you are fortunate, you may not notice any changes at all.


Most women, however, experience some symptoms ranging from mild to severe, with some that disrupt their lives extensively.  These might be the embarrassment of hot flushes or sleep interrupted by night sweats, sometimes so bad the sheets need to be changed several times a night.  In addition, depression, mood swings, tiredness and headaches are also possible symptoms. 

Hypnotherapy can relieve menopausal symptoms

The premise of hypnotherapy is to change the way individuals perceive menopause messages to reduce the intensity of what they are feeling. Using a variety of therapeutic techniques with the integration of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy renders it a successful way to identify and understand anxiety responses patterns and behavioural traits that might be causing and maintaining the client's anxious thought process. Cognitive Hypnotherapy psychotherapy gets to the root cause of the anxiety problem and changes the perception and empowers the client to feel calm remain relaxed in situations that would typically trigger anxiety attacks, mood changes associated with menopause. Hormonal changes seem to be related to depression during menopause.

Anxiety and stress are common reactions to everyday life situations. During menopause.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT helps you develop practical ways to manage these problems by providing coping skills and useful strategies. Addressing anxious thoughts and stressors, CBT can improve your overall well-being and reduce the impact of menopausal symptoms on your daily life.

Reducing Stress Response:

When stressed, the body releases adrenaline, preparing muscles for action. However, this response isn’t always adaptive in modern life. CBT helps you recognize stressors, challenge negative thoughts, and develop healthier coping mechanisms.

Impact on Menopausal Symptoms:

CBT has been found effective in reducing the frequency and severity of hot flushes and night sweats.

It also addresses sleep problems related to menopause.


Choosing Healthy Eating can Help you Manage Menopause Symptoms 

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