Nutrition & Menopausal symptoms

Nutrition & Menopausal symptoms

Conditions, Interviews, Wellness
Nutrition-focused approach to manage menopausal symptoms By changing her diet, 52-year-old nutritional therapist Simone Burgon was able to manage the symptoms that arose when she entered perimenopause. Menopausal symptoms come in all shapes and forms Menopause refers to that time in every woman’s life when she stops having periods and is no longer able to get pregnant naturally. It generally occurs between the ages of 45 and 55. In the UK the average age to reach menopause is 51. When Simone’s symptoms of perimenopause developed, these were so severe that, at first, she mistook them for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. “I thought I had Myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)” she says. “I couldn't get out of bed, I had chronic fatigue, depression, night sweats.” Hot flashes and night sweats are almost synonymous with…
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