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What is a Menopause Coach?

What on earth is a menopause coach and why would I need one?

You may well be asking yourself this when you look at this site, so let me explain...


Although a natural process affecting all women on average between the ages of 45-55, menopause brings about a variety of hormonal and physiological changes in the body which can have a significant impact on a women’s health and quality of life. We may reach this point in life and feel we want to make changes to improve our health and sense of wellbeing but just don’t know where or how to start.


A menopause coach can offer emotional support. Here two women are chatting and one is leaning in to support the other


A qualified and certified menopause coach is a supportive mentor who helps you make the changes that you want to make and move in the direction you want to go. A coach helps build awareness, empowers choice, motivates, champions and cheerleads! With a coach you can go from just ‘knowing what you should or want to do’ to actually making the changes that make a difference.



10 ways a Menopause Coach like myself can help you


1: Individualised Support. Every woman’s experience of menopause is unique. A coach will work with you to understand your unique needs, symptoms and goals, and create a plan that is specifically tailored to you.


2: Nutritional Support. Menopause can bring ab


out changes in metabolism and nutritional needs. A coach can help you make dietary adjustments to support your overall health and manage symptoms. 



A selection of healthy fruit and vegetables


3: Symptom Management. A coach will help you create strategies and techniques to manage and alleviate symptoms including hot flashes, mood swings and sleep disturbance.

4: Hormone Balance. Hormonal fluctuations can lead to various issues during menopause. A coach can offer guidance on supporting hormona


l balance through nutrition and lifestyle modifications. 



A eoman, experiencing a hot flush, fans herself to stay cool


5: Bone and Heart Health Support. Women going through menopause are more at risk of os- teoporosis and heart disease. A coach can provide guidance on bone and heart healthy eating habits to reduce risk as well as lifestyle choices.



6: Weight Management. Many women experience weight gain during menopause. A coach can help you develop a sustainable approach through nutrition and lifestyle.


7: Stress Reduction. Menopause can be a stressful time and stress can exacerbate symptoms. A coach can assist with stress management techniques such a breathing exercises, mindful- ness and relaxation. 


8: Emotional Support. A coach can offer emotional support and motivation to help you navigate this period of change and feel more in control.


9: Accountability. Having a coach can help you stay on track with your nutrition and lifestyle goals. 


10: Education. A coach can educate you about the changes happening in your body, signpost to additional support, and empower you with the knowledge to make informed choices

To find out more about working with me, please click on the link below and arrange a free chat



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