There is life after Perimenopause and Menopause.
Are you ready to learn how to address root cause and take control of your health.
We have the perfect programme for you to address symptoms of menopause, help you navigate and take control of your health - learn about optimum dietary strategies - to allow you feel and look your best. The programme includes a 28 day Nutri Advance Menopause Supplement Kit.
Call 012300244/ 012300255 to book your place.
The term menopause refers to the day when your periods have stopped for 12 months (because your ovaries aren’t making hormones), marking the end of fertility. The average age of the menopause is 51. Around 5% of women will go through an early menopause, between the age of 40-45, and 1%under the age of 40. We believe that knowledge is power and we’re on a mission to empower women to take control of their menopause and thrive.
Going through the menopause can be a confusing, challenging, and isolating time in a woman’s life. There are so many mixed messages about what the menopause actually is, the myriad of associated symptoms, not to mention the not-so-small matter of dealing with them. It’s hard to know where to go for help.
The menopause is a completely normal and natural part of a woman’s life. It’s a time when our hormones are changing, and our bodies are shifting towards the end of fertility. It’s a period of our lives to take stock and look after ourselves so that we can live our best lives and thrive going forward.
The word ‘menopause’ literally means the ‘end of monthly cycles’ (the end of monthly periods or menstruation), from the Greek word pausis (‘pause’) and mēn (‘month’).
- Hot flushes
- Sleep issues, such as insomnia or interrupted sleep
- Low mood, anxiety or irritability
- Aches and pains
- Brain fog or memory issues
- Fatigue, vaginal dryness, low sex drive
- Irritability, tingling, headaches
- Dizziness or feeling faint
Whether you want to discuss your symptoms, create a treatment plan that's right for you, understand some test results or have a check-up, the highly experienced doctors and nurses working in this area can answer your questions.
The drop of oestrogen can impact heart health https://irishheart.ie/campaigns/her-heart-matters-heart-month/the-menopause-and-your-heart/
You are not alone.
Data from the research shows that: almost one in three (31%) of women 35+ years said they were currently going through perimenopause or menopause. One in two (55%) women experiencing perimenopause or menopause describe it as a negative experience.
We are delighted to offer a Perimenopause / Menopause programme led by expert in Female Health - Nutritional Therapist / Functional Therapist Edelle O' Doherty .
Perimenopause Programme -
Why do it?
‘Adapting the terrain to support a natural hormonal progression’
Menopause is a natural part of every woman’s life. It’s not a disease; it’s a journey that requires support, and this journey starts long before any symptoms appear. The optimal time to consider adding extra support is in the decade leading up to Perimenopause. It’s never too late though, so don’t be alarmed if like many women, you’re already way past this point and experiencing a myriad of unwanted symptoms. This programme has the potential to bring significant benefits at any stage.
The Perimenopause Programme isn’t designed simply to trouble-shoot individual symptoms, instead it takes a full 360° view of your health, considering the body as a dynamic set of interconnected systems that all have the potential to influence each other. The menopausal journey is not only concerned with sex hormones (oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone) but involves gut health, adrenals, thyroid, blood sugar balance, oestrogen metabolism and biotransformation processes too. The good news is that by taking this wider panoramic view, and adapting the overall terrain, the body is well placed to move seamlessly through this hormonal journey.
“Supporting the menopausal journey is a bit like helping a whole orchestra to play in harmony; the aim is always high and we want every single instrument playing in tune” Jo Gamble
( Jo Gamble was the first Functional Medicine Practitioner in the UK)
Your Perimenopause/ Menopause programme aims:
1. To provide a foundational framework for 360° support for women at any stage on this journey
2. To provide additional targeted support for commonly experienced symptoms such as hot flashes.
Nutri Advanced Perimenopause programme :A 28-day whole body hormone reset specifically designed to balance hormones in women 40+ no matter whether you are perimenopausal, menopausal or even post-menopausal.
Thanks for a great course. Before I started I was having hot flushes on numerous occasions daily/nightly. Since finishing the course I've not had any and it's also helped me sleep at night. I feel so much better.
Thankyou for the course - I very much enjoyed it and really benefited physically and mentally - the group support enhanced the whole experience.