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Μια βόλτα στη παλιά Λευκωσία που λατρεύω, λίγο πριν ξεκινήσω τη καλοκαιρινή μου περιοδεία 🇨🇾🇨🇾 Λατρεμένη μου Κύπρος ❤️

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Georgia Vrana summer tour 2019 starting🌞❤️ @spicymusic_official Contact me👉 @renaeirini @doubledotagency

#perimeno #summertour #spicygirl #spicymusic #summerhit #georgiavrana #vranateam #teamvrana #cobo #newthings #singer #instagramstories #live
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Natural, yes

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Το νέο τραγούδι της Γεωργίας μας μόλις κυκλοφόρησε με τίτλο «Περιμένω» διαθέσιμο τώρα στο YouTube 🔝

#perimeno #outnow #new #song
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Μουσική: Νίκος Τερζής / Στίχοι: Μαρκέλλα Βασιλείου

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ΝΕΑ ΚΥΚΛΟΦΟΡΙΑ! ΓΕΩΡΓΙΑ ΒΡΑΝΑ FEAT. MOHAMAD TAHA "ΠΕΡΙΜΕΝΩ" Η @official_georgiavrana φέρνει νωρίτερα το καλοκαίρι στη ζωή μας μέσα από το ολοκαίνουργιο hit-single της με τίτλο «Περιμένω». Ένα πολύ ανεβαστικό τραγούδι, τη μουσική του οποίου υπογράφει ο @nicosterzis και τους στίχους η @markellav. Έκπληξη αποτελεί η συμμετοχή του γνωστού μοντέλου από το Λίβανο @m_tahaofficial, ο οποίος αφού έχει λάβει τους τίτλους Mr. Lebanon 2018 και Best Model Asia 2019, κάνει τα πρώτα μουσικά βήματα δίπλα στη Γεωργία Βρανά, δείχνοντας έτσι πόσο λατρεύει την Ελλάδα και την Κύπρο. Στο άκρως καλοκαιρινό video clip, που σκηνοθέτησε ο @akis_tou_van_as (produced by @mediatriangle55), επικρατούν το υγρό στοιχείο και ο χορός, τα οποία σε συνδυασμό με τα όμορφα μέρη και τους εκρηκτικούς πρωταγωνιστές, Γεωργία και Mohamad, μας δίνουν ένα καυτό αποτέλεσμα που θα σας ξεσηκώσει. Η Γεωργία Βρανά μας παρασέρνει στο ρυθμό της τραγουδώντας: «Γίνε θάλασσα καλοκαίρι ένας ήλιος να λάμπει ψηλά Γίνε κύμα εδώ να σε φέρει στου κορμιού μου την ακρογιαλιά…»

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"ΠΕΡΙΜΕΝΩ" 🌞 Σε μουσική του μεγάλου συνθέτη και δάσκαλού μου @nicosterzis και σε στίχους δικούς μου, κυκλοφορεί αύριο στο youtube κανάλι της @spicymusic_official , το νέο και άκρως καλοκαιρινό τραγούδι της @official_georgiavrana ! Συμμετέχει ο Mr. Lebanon 2018 @m_tahaofficial ! Σκηνοθεσία: @akis_tou_van_as Συντονιζόμαστε στις 15:00 κι ελπίζω να σας αρέσει και να σας γεμίσει.. καλοκαίρι! 🙏 ____

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"Περιμένω"... Ένα ολοκαίνουριο τραγούδι άκρως καλοκαιρινό σε Μουσική @nicosterzis και στίχους @markellav Συντονιζομαστε αύριο στις 15:00 Πρεμιέρα στο επίσημο κανάλι της @spicymusic_official στο Youtube 💓 Σκηνοθεσια: @akis_tou_van_as μαζί του @thatartistyoumayknow και @maxit71 MUA: @izambellachr_makeup Hairstyle: @mangelohair @andriaevagorou5

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Get Healthy! Read interesting blog post... ----> https://gethealthyu.com/best-foods-eat-menopause . . .

#bestfoods #menopause #healthydiet #meno #perimeno  #blogger #womenover55 #45
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Rebetiko, szorstka poezja trudnego życia przesiedleńców. Grecy to dobrze rozumieją. Tęskniłem za tymi dźwiękami 💜 Perimeno 🌞🇬🇷 na wyścig 😉🌞. Jutro @amorgostrail_gr Rempetoko, harsh poetry of imigrants. I missed it a lot! Greeks undersand it well. Waitin' for the race 😉 🏃🏃‍♀️, tomorrow @amorgostrail_gr

#outdoor #mountainrunning #mountains #mountainslovers #doktorbiega #doctorruns #trailrunner #trialrunning #running #mountainstories #motivation #skyrunning #doctorrunner #doktorbiega #salomon #suunto #amorgos #utmb #chojnik #itra #cyclades_addicted #greece #grecja #perimeno #rebetiko #rempetiko #rebetika #music #poetry #imigrants #lovegreece
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Perimeno 🌞🇬🇷 na wyścig 😉🌞. Po przygotowaniu skiturowym, trenując 🏃‍♂️ ⛷ do @chojnik_maraton i @utmbmontblanc Jutro @amorgostrail_gr Waitin' for the race 😉 🏃🏃‍♀️, tomorrow @amorgostrail_gr on the way to mountain Maraton Chojnik 3 pkt @itra_trail, collecting points for @utmbmontblanc

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Perimeno 🌞🇬🇷 na wyścig 😉🌞. Po przygotowaniu skiturowym, trenując 🏃‍♂️ ⛷ do @chojnik_maraton i @utmbmontblanc Jutro @amorgostrail_gr Waitin' for the race 😉 🏃🏃‍♀️, tomorrow @amorgostrail_gr on the way to mountain Maraton Chojnik 3 pkt @itra_trail, collecting points for @utmbmontblanc

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Research findings on how avoiding HRT can be dangerous! . https://www.athenainstitute.com/sciencelinks/drburki2013article.html . . .

#womenshealth #hrt #hormonereplacement #womenover50 #goingthroughmeno #menopausal #symptoms #perimeno #weight #moodswings #healthquestions #bloodpressure #heart #waistline #weightgain #womenover55 #womenover60 #50yearsyoung
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Get Healthy!  Read interesting blog post... ----> https://gethealthyu.com/best-foods-eat-menopause . . .

#monday #menopause #bestfoods #meno #perimeno #menopausediet #meno #blogger #womenover50  #50
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This comes up time and again in many conversations with women - alcohol and menopause. Not friends I’m afraid to say but read today’s blog for more 💕 link in bio

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I could spend endless hours in awe of nature and come away a calmer person 💚 Menopause is referred to as your Second Spring in China and I think the below reflects this beautifully...Spring will come and it will make its own journey 💚

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We all know what it's like when you wake up feeling groggy and it's going to be an effort to even get your clothes on....it can happen because of a late night, it can happen due to disturbed sleep - for a variety of reasons. One I often come across is dehydration....it's so common and simple it's often overlooked. There is a misunderstanding that exists that any liquid keeps us hydrated but unfortunately that's not the case - there are energy robbers that exist. The most common energy robber is often stress but in terms of dehydration it is caffeine, those cups of tea and coffee you have during the day all strip your body of essential electrolytes. Recently I was working with a lady who wasn't sleeping great and felt exhausted - as we chatted it was apparent ' well Catherine I like my cups of tea' ....' ahh in a day I might have about 13'. Oh ladies our cups of tea rob us big time 😬 and 13 a day well suffice it to say some tweaks to this lady's lifestyle and she is full of energy and sleeps great ! In an ideal world to replace 13 cups of tea would require a minimum of 26 glasses of 💦 water - if that was the case you may as well assign yourself to the bathroom for the day 😂 Think about what you are drinking, think of about getting good water and electrolytes into your body - this doesn't have to be coconut water daily but a jar of blackstrap molasses and taking a small amount each day with room temperature water will do the trick. 💙

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I have always been mystified by Collagen..if you ask someone the main component of the human body they most likely will say 'water' and that is correct, however next to water the number one physical component is collagen. And what a big component this is - it covers so many different types and is often very hard to decipher what it actually is. Today I'm taking it apart and explaining it in lay man terms...the jargon associated is somewhat like Latin in my book ! See today's blog for more

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Vitamin E can help with many of the physical symptoms of menopause, especially hot flashes, but also anxiety, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, fatigue, dizziness and insomnia. Vitamin E contains small amounts of estrogen and is very important for the proper functioning of the blood and for the production of estrogen, which might be the reason it is particularly effective with reducing or stopping hot flashes. Vitamin E also has the ability to ease vaginal dryness and painful intercourse. The best way to get vitamin E into you is through the natural form which is the d’alpha-tocopherol type - this is at least 36 per cent more biologically potent than synthetic E (called dl-alpha), synthetic E contains only one-eighth the amount of alpha-toco-pherol as natural vitamin E. Vitamin E is found most abundantly in unprocessed vegetable oils, including sunflower, safflower and soybean, nuts and seeds, leafy green vegetables ( spinach and broccoli) dried beans, whole grain cereals and breads and toasted wheat germ as well as in some fruits.💫

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Several times in the last two weeks I have heard people talk about how confusing and complicated health and well being is in today’s world. There is no rule book on how to best maintain your health. This has pros and cons – the positive being every day science discovers something new, some new way to help our bodies, some new benefits of food, a new remedy for specific ailments etc.The downside is it makes it very confusing to try decipher all this information and for those of you who are time poor this is even more of a struggle. That is when it’s time to consider a wellness coach, a mentor, someone who will take the ambiguity out of all the information on Dr Google and other sources, someone who gives it to you straight and simple. That is my goal, in my sessions with clients my one aim is to empower them with the knowledge that they can then go away and implement strategies to address the specific issues they are facing in perimenopause. In today’s fast paced digital world addressing your health can seem akin to climbing Mount Everest – Daunting! Faced with time pressures, financial concerns, low motivation, anxiety, all make it difficult to make real changes that will bring well being and more importantly that will last. Read todays blog for more..

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It always helps to talk or mull things over with a friend, anxiety and low mood can hit hard in winter months and it's times like this it is especially important to reach out and talk to friends and family - once spoken a worry or concern is not always as big as it seems within your mind. Remember our brain plays tricks with us - it can keep those pesky negative thoughts ruminating on a 24 hour play. Be kind to yourself - arrange to meet that friend for coffee and a chat or just pick up the phone...no texting Ladies :-)

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Ήρεμες νύχτες χωρίς άγρυπνα μωρά με Λευκούς ήχους & χτύπο καρδιάς για εύκολο ύπνο. Τα αυθεντικά ZAZU Νανουρίσματος εδώ goo.gl/VpMLmE www.bioin.gr Γνωρίζεις μια μανούλα με προβλήματα ύπνου με το μωρό της, στείλε της ένα mention tag να τη βοηθησεις

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It is truly amazing (and at times frustrating as hell!), the amount of physical crap we are handed as women. Periods, hormones, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause.. you name it, we have been handed it!We deal with all the side effects from all of this, our moods are out of whack, pain, discomfort... the list really does go on and on. I personally have felt so terrible the last little while... not knowing what the hell my body was doing to me. I am healthy, right? I am fit, right? But dr's appt after dr's appt... With no solution in sight. The symptoms have literally had me thinking I was pregnant, every month! Not pregnant. At 38, I was told the words every woman knows they will inevitably hear someday.... Peri-menopausal. What???? I'm thirty-FUCKING-eight years old!?!?! Isn't that suppose to affect 50 year olds?? (No offence to my rockstar 50 year old babes! 😉) But seriously, that was an emotional rollercoaster for me.... Relieved because I know Im not crazy and my symptoms are real (pretty sure my husband thinks I am full of shit with all these symptoms - he can't begin to understand!) .... but stressed over all this new FABULOUS bull shit my body is putting me through! We're talking.... Hot sweats (A/C in the winter hot!) Insomnia (3am dance parties!) Fatigue (omg the tiredness!) Mood swings (lucky hubby!) Headaches ☹😭😡 Weight gain.... uggghhh. Missed periods.... ok so this one I am thankful for!!!! This shit is just ridiculous...... For all you women going through this... my hats off to you... you deserve a nobel prize!! Do they have support groups for husbands to help them understand this shit??? 🤣🤣 But in all honesty, my body is literally a miracle as far as I'm concerned. I am thankful every day for that incredible scar I wear everyday that shows the 2 amazing gifts of life my body created. But the best part is I don't feel my age AT ALL!!! I seriously don't feel a day over 30, if that... Unfortunately my body is telling me otherwise. I now have some pretty big cards stacked against me.... my struggle to live a healthy life is just that, a daily struggle. But I WILL kick menopause ass... one crazy symptom ata time!

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One of the most important foods and vitamins at this time is Vitamin B - we call them Bouncing Beans - you get great B's in beans and they give you energy and vitality 🤣 See link in bio for more

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Be a Champion and dig a well. Dont be afraid of what others will say. Theres an open space of blessings waiting for you. Check out our "Can You Dig It" champion sweaters.

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I'm pretty lucky that I come from a line of slim builds so I haven't really had to think about my weight...but then you hit 40 and you get a whisper of slight changes around the middle. In the last year I have been as slim as I was in my 30's (pre kids) and that is 100% down to exercise (Marathon training...it doesn't have to be this so don't worry !) and nutrition. Without the exercise it would certainly be a different story and I know I would find this hard given I haven't really had to think about my weight before. On average women at midlife gain 1.5 pounds per year - this may not sound like much but over time it adds up and its weight that is much more harder to get rid of - the reasons are numerous and not totally menopause related but simply age related too. See today's blog for more / link in bio

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Earlier in the week I was talking about the importance of liver health and how this is often overlooked in perimenopause. Knowing the role of the liver the next step is how best to look after yours.... 💜Enjoy a fresh diet of vegetables and fruit as much as you can, top foods are blueberries, cranberries, grapefruit, grapes, your greens, nuts and olive oil. Beetroot juice is a real tonic for you liver and is great for energy too. 💜 Water, water, water....I know I talk about this a lot but it's vital not just for the liver but for your body in general 💜 Exercise, keeps everything flowing and will keep weight down. 💜 Milk Thistle, a wonderherb, its antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties make it a great friend of the liver. It is worth taking this for a month at a time to detox and nourish your liver. 💜 Be mindful of the foods that are enemies to your liver - sugar, caffeine, white bread, alcohol so try to avoid or limit where possible.

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Senses,muscle movements,emotions,memory, speech....just a few functions the grey matter in our brains is responsible for controlling. The more grey matter in our brains the better our cognitive function .....so important as we get older. Several studies have been performed which clearly show that activities even just house cleaning, walking the dog,gardening result in larger grey matter. And if you add exercise to this the results improve substantially - this doesn't have to be vigorous it can be a longer walk, hiking, swimming, yoga whatever takes your fancy. The key is to stay moving 💖

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It's coming to the silly season, we might think more about our liver but in general we totally forget how important the liver is in perimenopause and the role it plays in keeping our moods balanced and our body healthy. Check my blog for more - link in the bio

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Testosterone...is often thought of as the “male” hormone which is correct, but we need it too. Surprisingly women produce three times as much testosterone than oestrogen before the menopause ! Testosterone is made in the ovaries and also in the adrenal glands (the small glands near your kidneys). As we get older testosterone declines with the result that your libido drops and in fact when you do have sex, it may not be as pleasurable as it used to be. There is also some research indicating that having lower testosterone can affect your mood and result in low mood and depression. Testosterone is also very important for bone strength, heart health, cognitive performance, energy levels and general feelings of well-being. Remember however this can go both ways and for some women there may be a time when testosterone becomes dominant and they can have symptoms like acne, excess hair growth and even a deepening voice. No wonder no one menopause experience is the same and no wonder there are so many symptoms 🙄

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Progesterone is the next hormone that goes out of balance in perimenopause. We always think of this as the essential hormone for fertility and the name itself means 'promoting gestation'. In perimenopause these levels start to decline and can be responsible for weight gain, bloating, breast tenderness, mood swings, irritability and depression. It's role in our bodies goes even further and we now know it is very important for brain function and hence the name 'neurosteroid' . Being so important to the brain it comes from two different places to reach it, firstly cells in the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nervous system all make progesterone from cholesterol. Secondly, progesterone that is moving around in our bloodstream has direct access to the brain and nerves. The good news is you can balance and promote progesterone levels through food. The best food sources are Vitamin C (fruit & veg), Zinc (cashew, pumpkin seeds), Magnesium (Cashews, leafy greens such as kale, pumpkin seeds, black beans, lentils and other legumes, cacao, mackerel fish and whole grain brown rice), Vitamin E (Sunflower seeds, almonds, and hazelnuts and in smaller amounts: avocado, sunflower seeds, red peppers, pumpkin, asparagus, butternut squash, broccoli and mango), Vit B6 (salmon, tuna, bananas, spinach, walnuts, beef, chicken, sweet potato, beans and prunes.), Fiber (Flaxseed, quinoa, millet, amaranth, teff, gluten-free oats) and finally the amino acid L-Arginine (Lentils and chickpeas, fish, such as salmon, tuna and trout, turkey, chicken, pork, pumpkin seeds, walnuts and dairy foods (if well tolerated).

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Hormones ....we often underestimate the importance of these chemical messengers, like signposts directing our bodies functions every minute of the day. Perimenopause is their time in the limelight when they really show us their power 💥 Oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone are the key ones at this stage and when the levels change that's when the symptoms kick in and whilst our bodies are designed to handle this change in hormones, lifestyle factors can make this natural transition harder. Also as we age we tend to be more nutritionally depleted and our absorption of key nutrients is not what is was when we are younger...all of this leads to the importance of a healthy lifestyle, keeping a eye on your eight, incorporating relaxation habit's and being socially active.

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Free Talk on all things perimenopause & menopause 💖 Small informal gathering where I will go through the key perimenopause issues, how to best prepare and answer all your questions and concerns. Knowledge is Power - prepare as soon as you can, it really makes the journey so much easier 💜💜💜 Please DM me if you are interested in attending and please share with your friends.

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Fibromyalgia - Day 4 Understanding the Gut and it's role in the body is a lifelong exercise but the last two blogs will have given a high level understanding of the importance of the Gut. The next steps is looking at the influence that stress and the gut may have on FM. We have all had upset stomachs, bloating, gas etc and all are a result of the gut not functioning at optimum but none is more important that when stress is thrown into the mix. When we are feeling stressed the brain triggers 'the sympathetic response' in order to protect itself and this is when the the gut lining I already mentioned becomes compromised. This 'fight or flight' response robs blood from the gut and moves it to the limbs..this allows your body to run away form the lion or the perceived danger. Unfortunately in today';s world when the boys has ongoing stress and anxiety that 'sympathetic response' is always on the go which contributes to the gut permeability...the end result can be autoimmune disease, food intolerance's, inflammation to name but a few. The picture below..think of your body as your house and the roof is your stomach lining..inside the house you have all the normal everyday things - the door hinges = joints, the fire = lungs, TV = brain etc. Then the rain comes and you have a 'leaky roof'..the rain falls on your TV(brain) which can cause brain fog, memory issues. It falls on your hinges and they get rusty can lead to painful joints...you get the idea.. The key is that a leaky gut just like a leaky roof can cause all kinds of dysfunctions/symptoms/issues in your body and for people with FM this can explain why the symptoms can be worse in times of stress....so stress/anxiety must be looked at as a key contributing factor in FM and must be the key component when devising a plan to help alleviate symptoms. Tomorrow - the sunnier side 💖...what you can do to help FM.

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Snapping at the kids, snapping at your partner.....it's happened to us all. Hormones again, sometimes called the 'hugging hormone' - the ones that makes us want to look after and bond with children, partners....oxytocin. Again hormones fall at midlife, tolerance levels drop...you may not be as tolerant as you were 5 years ago. Then to add fuel to the fire you might have other physical symptoms like night sweats etc....this is where we need to talk more, talk to your family, explain how your feeling....keep communication lines open 😊 . Take time for yourself, take those deep breaths, practice meditation if you can.....practice extreme self care. Magnesium & vitamin B complex will help here also as they are crucial to your nervous system. CBT therapy is a great tool too if you feel extra support is needed. Talk, share, ask for support 💖💖

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World Menopause Day A few years ago I was on a weekend away with a group of friends, we were out for dinner when suddenly I had flooding. I was pinned to my seat in fear and in turmoil as to what to do, these were some of my closest friends yet I couldn’t get the words out to describe what was happening. I had some mild flooding in the past and had been fully checked medically and there were no issues…so I knew this was perimenopause in nature. Dinner continued…I eventually got my act together and told one of my friends and suffice it to say I left the restaurant on a freezing night in December with a skinny top on and a jacket around my waist. I was well versed in all things menopause but even back then I wasn’t good at talking about this taboo, now it’s a different story 🤗 I’m sure I make people go red in the face when I mention certain words linked to perimenopause but in the end it’s a chapter in all women’s lives…some sail through, others don’t. We need to educate ourselves, we need to educate younger girls so this isn’t something to be feared…I hope a day comes when this is taught in detail in schools as opposed to glimpsed over in biology classes. The more you know, the more prepared you are, the easier this chapter is. Knowledge is power, educate yourself and prepare yourself for this stage in life and believe you me it will be easier – I am well in the throes of perimenopause and thankfully my symptoms are very mild, my flooding is long since gone due to changes I made to my daily habits and due to the knowledge I have accumulated over many years with my love of all things health & as a homeopath 😂 Prepare, Embrace, Empower

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Power surges, hot flashes, hot flushes....all part of Thermoregulation. Our body temperature goes between established thresholds but did you know it's regulated by the hypothalamus, one of the key parts of the brain. So when the hypothalamus sees that our body temperature goes either up or down it kicks the body into action. You sweat, flush, strip layers of clothes, open windows or if your cold you'll do the opposite BUT in perimenopause the big change is that the established thresholds change - the hot threshold moves down, the cold moves up - you now have (1) a narrower thermostat and (2) more sensitivity to even the smallest changes in your body temperature. Recent findings tell us that meditation helps reduce hot flushes by relaxing the hypothalamus and secondly the fitter you are the better your thermoregulation works 💖

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Did you know a cultivated olive tree can last 1,000 years and give us fruit for most of that time - the olive tree has been used since Neolithic times and used for at least the last 5 millennia for medicine, food and oil - it's one amazing tree. The Mediterranean diet and especially olive oil has been well researched over the years for its health benefits to the heart but it is also very good for your brain. However there is a catch - the olive oil you used must be pure olive oil and go the extra mile for extra virgin. This industry is now heavily over farmed and exploited with the result that a bottle of olive oil you pick up might well be a mix of oils and not pure olive oil - what typically can happen is that extra virgin olive oil is mixed with a lower standard olive oil from another country. There is even a book written on this entire subject :Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil by Tom Mueller. So what to look for when buying your oils , there are 4 key things to look out for : - Storage, Extra virgin olive oil must be stored in a dark bottle, metal container, or light blocking packaging away from heat and light. - Harvest Date - look at the harvest date on the bottle and look for one from this year's harvest - Traceability: Read your labels, look to see where the olives originate—including the country, state, province or local area. Look for seals of authenticity from certification agencies such DOP and IDP (Italian certifications). - Ignore marketing ploys, labels like “cold-pressed” and “first press” are meaningless when it comes to extra virgin olive oil because extraction method and freshness are part of the definition of “extra virgin.” There are very common household extra virgin olive oil brands that are not 100% - you would be stunned to see common supermarket ones which have been mixed someway along the line so please take 5 minutes to check out the oil you are using, google it, check the label and you will see what a huge minefield this controversy is..personally I use DeCecco Include it in your cooking, in your salads just ensure it's a good source and not a mix of sub standard oils 😉

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Panic attacks, when they hit are extremely scary - rapid breathing, pounding heart, stomach clenched, excess sweating and shaking the list goes on. You can approach them from two directions - one fear them, and start instilling safety behaviors to try stop them...go to your GP, A&E, leave what you think triggered it. Here you are actually putting danger onto these symptoms...the more we assign danger the more our brain release more adrenaline and so it goes on in a vicious circle. Flooding, a CBT technique is the the second alternative, and would I would highly recommend. There are several YouTube videos on it but in summary it is as follows: 💜 Think in your mind that you cannot move, that you are actually stuck to the floor or chair. 💜 As the physical symptoms continue let them wash over you and think of them as being like a wave, don't try to stop them 💜 Go with the flow, avoid safety behaviors (these become habits) and let the wave pass 💜 Tell your brain that the increase in adrenaline will last 5 to 8 minutes 💜 Now here is the tough bit...approach it now like a bull by the horns, adopt the mentality of 'Bring it on, I can handle this - YOU CAN'. Remind your brain that these are physical symptom and yes they feel crappy but they are not dangerous 💜 Once the symptoms abate you can move around as normal This won't transform overnight, so you need to practice and learn how to apply this skill. The most important thing to remember is while the physical symptoms feel horrible they are not dangerous, you will not get a heart attack. NOTE: If a panic attack goes on for an extended period you should get checked by your GP to rule out low iron as this can trigger palpitations.

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Protect Your Bones - with Exercise, Posture, Vitamin D, Calcium, and Hormones. . https://www.athenainstitute.com/mediaarticles/hyhChapter8.html .

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New Single “Sidelines”. If you haven’t heard it yet, go check it out. Official Video coming soon. 📸 @drumbeatz03 . . .

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Change is good. A new way to shop is coming soon. Stay tuned. . . .

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Wear it in the rain. 5 Panel water proof weatherman cap. . . .

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Some ideas for getting daily phytoestrogens into your diet ❤️

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Coming to Kilkenny 😍 As most people know I am based full time in Dublin but I now have meeting rooms in Kilkenny and I will be working from there one day a week initially starting in August. My main goal is to empower women on this journey to prepare and educate themselves for the midlife trip and the changes that can come with it. Being prepared in your early 40's and onwards is the key. I do this by way of an initial 1 hour meeting either in person or on Facetime/Zoom/Skype and this is followed up by a Wellness Warrior Personalised Program which details action steps and pointers towards addressing key concerns and enhancing your life. The Personalised Program is generally 9-12 pages with great details and tips. This is followed on by whatever form works best for my clients eg email, phonecall etc. So if your in Kilkenny or near by and would like a consultation please contact me - I will be at Priors Orchard right by the County Library 💖

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If there was ever a message in a bottle this is it 😉I have used flower essences for years and this little beauty is the Queen when it comes to hormones in women at all ages - from fertility to PMT to perimenopause this is a gem. Time and again I have seen this work with remarkable and gentle speed to address flooding, pmt, insomnia, night sweats and much more. This is a 'stock bottle' and essences are made from the stock - you can use one or combine a few. It has been used successfully as an alternative to HRT and also surprisingly it is good for dehydration and dryness - one of the reasons why it's so good in menopause ❤️ If you would like any further details on how to take this essences please DM me - it truly is a great help to women 💕💕💕

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Todas las mujeres deben saber más sobre el balance de hormonas

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