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Welcome to the Pause for Menopause Podcast. Menopause has far-reaching emotional, physiological, psychological, and sociological consequences for every woman of a certain age group and those close to her. In response, Pause for Menopause is here to inform, empower, and encourage women of all ages - and men - not just to prepare for, understand, and survive menopause - but to thrive through menopause.
 
The menopause & perimenopause information podcast helping women receive unbiased, evidence-based and holistic advice and treatment. Every woman's experience of menopause is different and some may not find it a pleasurable or positive experience. Having menopause symptoms can really affect your life in a detrimental way and not enough women talk about their menopause. There is still much uncertainty about what the menopause means and how it can be managed and I hope my podcasts will empower y ...
 
You're not alone. Your host, Wendy, is an Aspie mom going through peri menopause. She's also an aromatherapist, skincare alchemist and Reiki-master.Wendy shares skincare and wellness tips. And if you're looking for soothing skincare products designed especially for dry, sensitive skin: www.glow-skincare.com
 
Suffering from hot flashes? Night sweats? Anxiety? Are you annoyed at everyone around you? Having libido issues? Period issues? Gained unwanted weight? How about vaginal dryness, or should we say dryness EVERYWHERE?!? OR one of the other 65+ signs and symptoms of menopause. Then you're in the right place. Welcome to the Morphus for Menopause podcast. Morphus for Menopause is a weekly podcast hosted by Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Andrea Donsky and/or Randy Boyer, Best Selling Author. As ...
 
The transition to menopause can be a time of reflection and inspiration. Although transitions of any kind can be inherently difficult, many women experience a newfound sense of freedom and anticipate personal growth. Join menopause transition specialist Clarissa Kristjansson , as she interviews midlife women to hear their stories of struggle and success through midlife. As well experts from the field of mind-body medicine, nutrition and more about their best ways to support you live well thr ...
 
If you've been on a diet your whole life and now menopause is making it harder than ever to be happy and to lose weight (AGAIN), then join Dr Deb Butler. Dr Deb is a Certified Master Weight Loss and Life Coach, and instructor for Brooke Castillo and The Life Coach School, and will help guide you past your struggles and teach you the mindfulness of paying attention to the connection between your body and your mind. It's always been there... she'll help you remember what you forgot! If not now ...
 
Experts from many fields giving advice to help women thrive through their menopause and emerge as the amazing women nature intended us to be.Not just advise on how to cope with menopause symptoms but a range of topics to help us thrive through the Change-of-Life and beyond.
 
A weekly chat about women’s health from an expert in the fields of restorative endocrinology, functional neurology and functional medicine. The podcast will feature patient stories, health advice and Dr.Lovely's own special take on mind, body and spiritual healing for women of all ages and stages. Find out more at drlovely.expert.
 
Show for women to discuss issues related to menopause and hormonal changes.Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional.Any information, products, or supplements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. You should consult with a physician or health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, befo ...
 
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In this podcast, Andrea Donsky, co-founder of Morphus for menopause, interviews Dr. Steven Masley, a physician, nutritionist, trained chef, author, and the creator of the #1 health program for Public Television, 30 Days to a Younger Heart. They discuss the negative health effects when we lack sleep which includes weight gain, memory loss, and heart…
 
Ada Calhoun's Book Why Can't We Sleep? was an instant New York Times bestseller. Gen X women are finding it hauntingly and painfully and upliftingly familiar. Gen X women are ... unhappy. Not all of them, not all of the time, but certainly there is more of a cloud over this generation than others. Sandwiched eternally between the much larger, much …
 
Meet the delightful Shawn Matthews, a woman who really understands that there’s no ‘One Size Fits All’ when it comes to counselling and what it takes to help each of us move our lives forward or break through something that’s holding us back. And find out the one daily practise that really will change your life. Connect with us here: http://bit.ly/…
 
Welcome 1.32 Amicietta shares how her own story of being diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, a rare autoimmune disease which causes grave muscle weakness throughout the body, 2.46 What clean living is and the importance of becoming aware of clean living is not just what we're eating. But about changing your cleaning products and your body care produc…
 
Tune in this week to hear how Kerry went from feeling exhausted and miserable to empowered and at peace after working with me. We discuss the importance of investing in yourself and how taking your needs seriously can change your entire life. Get ready to be inspired, you won’t want to miss this! Get full show notes and more information here: https…
 
In this episode, Dr Louise Newson is joined by Dinah Siman who is a Yoga and Pilates teacher and the founder of Menopause Pilates. Dinah chats to Dr Newson about the history of Pilates and how the method arrived in the UK with Alan Herdman, and how it is now established as a tried and tested system for functional body work.  Dr Newson shares her ex…
 
In this interview, Andrea Donsky, co-founder of Morphus for menopause, interviews @Dr. Mindy Pelz, best-selling author, educator, speaker, podcast host, chiropractor, health coach, and the founder of The Reset Academy. They dive deep into how, when, and why intermittent fasting works. Dr. Pelz also shares the many health benefits of intermittent fa…
 
Heather Abbot has spent her "retirement" researching potential sources of investment and now she's sharing that information with others to help them create a life of wealth. NB: Heather is NOT a financial advisor. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/mmm_ep61Karen O'Connor による
 
Welcome 1.32Dri shares how her own story of a disordered relationship with food started from a sense of shame about her curvy body 2.46How disordered eating shows up. Counting calories, weighing food and weighing yourself twice a day, compulsive overeating, binge eating and restricting over-exercising under-exercising. 5.37What is intuitive eating?…
 
Join me this week as I share two important reminders to keep in mind as you go into this new year. I’m sharing the importance of the mind-body connection, and explaining why the more you can come back and take care of yourself, the better chance you’ll have of having a thinner, healthier, more connected body. If you take on board everything I’m tal…
 
In this episode, Dr Louise Newson talks to Kate Halfpenny, who was a celebrity stylist and designer for over 20 years. Kate now has a globally successful, British-made bridal brand, Halfpenny London, which she launched in early 2000. Kate had her first and only child, Sylvester, at 40 and talks to Dr Newson about how her perimenopausal symptoms sta…
 
Happy New Year Navigating Menopause listeners! This episode has Jan and Robin suggest 12 trials for the year, a new one to try on each month. Robin suggests using SMART goals when contemplating your new trial. In addition, the 2021 podcasts will now have monthly themes, January's is mental health.Robin による
 
Find out what it's like to live among Egyptian women and what an Egyptian Hen Party is like, how to deal with racial differences & hatreds and the impact of classes in society, as well as the energetic & physical impact of tattoos (and car number plates). Find out more here: https://bit.ly/Dancing_Dawn…
 
In the final episode of 2020, I’m explaining why processing your emotions will enable you to access your own thoughts, and sharing some stories of clients who have learned this and used it to enhance their lives. I remind you why knowing that you get to think whatever you want will open your world up like you can’t imagine, and how you can own your…
 
How on earth do French women eat all that rich food, those baguettes, croissants, amazing desserts and exquisite sauces and don’t put on any weight? These are the things Marie-Anne wants to show you. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/eat-marie-anneKaren O'Connor による
 
Jeannie Ralston has, literally, done pretty much everything and been pretty much everywhere. From hiking the Great Wall to introducing her kids to the Arab Spring to hanging out in Morocco with famous people (and not really enjoying it much), she's been there, written about that. At 60, not only does she show no signs of slowing down, she's not rea…
 
What's the link between your gut health and your emotions? It's a tighter combination than most of us realize, meaning perhaps more of our mental and emotional health is in our control than we previously thought. We know that our emotions can have a direct physical result: stress, depression, anxiety — all of these can show up in our bodies and in …
 
Join me this week as I remind you of what I’ve taught you about joy eats and keeping your mind in check, as well as how to maintain your commitment to yourself over the holidays. I’m sharing the importance of self-compassion and curiosity and reminding you that you are totally in control of what you think and how you act. This is the final test – s…
 
If you know you need to clean up your act but the thought of eating healthy food makes you reach for the nearest chocolate bar, it's time you met Kerri Robertson. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/anti-kale-kerriKaren O'Connor による
 
In this episode, Dr Louise Newson is joined by Nadia Sawalha. Nadia is a well-known British actress and TV presenter and has been part of Loose Women from the outset. While talking to Dr Newson, Nadia is very open and candid about her menopause experience and how frightened she was. She talks about how she has always been a very positive and outgoi…
 
True, real, authentic conversations don't follow a direct line. Join Dawn Bates & I as we take a deep dive into the difference between being naked and being NAKED, changing relationships with our growing children and the Mermaid's Guide To Women. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/Dancing_DawnKaren O'Connor による
 
There's long been a gap in the quality of care men and women receive. Women's bodies are less understood, their health issues less researched, their solutions have frequently been "treat women as small men," their pain poorly treated or ignored, and on and on and on. That discrepancy in care is exponentially worse if the woman is Black or a woman o…
 
In this interview, Andrea Donsky, co-founder of Morphus for menopause, interviews Dr. Michelle Gordon, a board-certified general surgeon, fitness enthusiast, healthy food advocate, and the founder of the podcast the menopause movement on how to improve menopause symptoms. Dr. Michelle Gordon shares what she discovered after experiencing menopause s…
 
The largest organ in the human body isn’t actually in the human body – it’s on the outside. To be even more accurate, it is the outside. It’s our skin. And it does more than keep the rain out and our insides in. Our skin is a pretty good barrier against much of the outside world, but it isn’t perfect. Sun damage happens. And the products we use on …
 
Welcome 1.32Delayna shares how her nursing experiences propelled her into working with menopausal women 2.12When we shine a bright light on menopause then we reduce women’s suffering 6.48HRT is a hot topic where many women feel confused but don’t know where to turn 9.24‘Oh, it's the menopause.And likely, it could very well be. But, you know, is the…
 
Join us this week and learn why taking one small step at a time and being willing to do the work has meant that Lisa has not only lost weight but managed to keep it off and feel better in the process. We hear how changing the way she thinks of and talks to herself has changed Lisa’s entire life, and how you can stop judging yourself, trust yourself…
 
Imagine going through your life feeling weird, a misfit, never good enough and hating yourself for it, only to find out when you're in your mid-40's, that you have ADHD. Most females with ADHD go undiagnosed. Find out why and what impact that has. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/ADHD-EstherKaren O'Connor による
 
In this episode, Dr Louise Newson is joined by Lavinia Winch, Ambassador for YES organic vaginal moisturisers and lubricants and a patient representative for all aspects of women’s gynaecological health, but especially for menopausal urogenital symptoms. Lavinia shares her story and talks openly about the 30 years of misdiagnosed vaginal and vulval…
 
In this week's podcast, Dawn shares about her experiences of living in Egypt during the uprising and riots and what it was like working in education there. Find out more and connect with us here: https://bit.ly/mmmillogicalKaren O'Connor による
 
"Fatigue" does not equal "tired." Fatigue is something else, and it can be exponentially worse. It isn't solved with "just get more sleep," and day after day of it can really wear you down. Fatigue — real fatigue — is a common symptom of menopause. It makes work hard, exercise impossible, even thinking straight can feel like it takes all your resou…
 
In this episode, Andrea Donsky interviews Dr. Steven Masley, a physician, nutritionist, trained chef, author, and the creator of the #1 health program for Public Television, 30 Days to a Younger Heart. He shares how high blood sugar is the #1 cause of weight gain, dementia and diabetes, insulin resistance, and the negative effects and specifically …
 
Welcome 1.32The anxiety of not being able to access information, services and affordable treatment 2.43Why it is so important to accept and face that you have cancer 8.59‘ I get high on talking about mental health, because I think that's what has kept me here to this time’ 12.45The power of affirmations about who you are, and where you want to be a…
 
Join me this week as I’m sharing some ways you can develop your mind and body awareness and use it to stop overindulging. I’m showing you how to mindfully manage your urges and how to become more aware of your thoughts and eating patterns, and how you can give yourself the gift of keeping your mind intact this holiday season. I can’t think of anyth…
 
Tim Spector is a Professor of genetic epidemiology at King's College in London and also co-founder of Zoe. In this podcast, Dr Louise Newson talks to Tim about his newly published book, Spoon-Fed. This ground-breaking and informative book really leads the reader to question their current diet and their relationship with food. Dr Newson and Tim disc…
 
You've probably heard all the new agey, dippy-hippy, "finding yourself" and loving yourself completely stuff before. As a mother of four who devoted her life to her kids, enjoying every aspect of my life, being able to do the things I want to do or dream of doing is, it's fair to say, a pretty alien concept. And hand-in-hand with that goes not liki…
 
When Team Gennev went looking for the right face to put on our website, we had a good idea what we were looking for: a face that showed the strength, resilience, beauty, and energy of a woman in midlife and menopause. It can be hard to find images of mature women doing anything besides fanning themselves and looking annoyed. Happily, we finally fou…
 
In this episode, Andrea Donsky interviews Debi Haryett, a Nutritionist and Menopause Expert. They discuss the enormous impact detoxication can have when it comes to our overall health, alleviating menopause symptoms, and estrogen. Debi also explains what our detoxification organs are, and simple ways including food and supplements to detox our bodi…
 
Welcome 1.32‘The lack of intrinsic information is what has astounded me the most over the years,’ 5.15‘The symptom that caused me the most challenge to my confidence was being so edgy. And some people would say, bitchy, um, that I couldn't predict how I would react’.7.59And if you're naturally a control freak, then losing control. Having that contr…
 
Dr Louise Newson is delighted to welcome Victoria Duddles, solicitor and Principal Associate at Weightmans LLP.  Dr Newson and Victoria Duddles first met when they were both guest speakers at a Birmingham CIPD event all about menopause in the workplace. In this podcast, Victoria talks with Dr Newson about the employment law implications for employe…
 
Tune in this week as I share why I believe there is a place for joy eats and drinks this holiday season and how to enjoy these things without feeling guilty. I’m sharing how you can learn to find certain foods less enticing and why changing your thoughts around them will enable you to enjoy them more. Get full show notes and more information here: …
 
What do you do when you have a newborn baby, married to an elite athlete, on low single income while still having to provide highly nutritious meals on a very low budget? Find out how Sally Imeson created health & wellbeing for all her family, and how she survived domestic violence. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/sallyhealth…
 
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