Change your mindset, change your menopause


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We hold the power to change our menopause and it all starts with our mindset.

If you are curious to know what our mindset has to do with menopause, then read on.


Our mindset has EVERYTHING to do with menopause and how we approach the next chapter of our life.


Why? Because once we shift our mindset, everything on the outside shifts with it and that includes our menopause journey.


It’s proven that fluctuations in levels of estrogen and progesterone can have a profound effect on our mental state. Yet whilst there are endless sources of help and advice covering all the physical symptoms of menopause, there’s very little support for our mental and emotional wellbeing.


The onset of menopause can have a disturbing effect on our mind; leaving us sucked into a cycle of negativity, anxiety, mood swings, overwhelm, irritability and even depression. In fact, the incidence of depression during menopause actually doubles during this time, and sadly for those of us who may have struggled in the past with depression or anxiety, we may see a resurgence in symptoms.


As a result of all these mental changes, our self-confidence, self-worth and self-belief evaporates right before our very eyes. Our inner critic takes over and at times, it can be hard to recognise the person we have become.


Unfortunately, the onset of menopause can also coincide with other life-changing events. Grown up children fleeing the nest, aged parents requiring more care, and as empty nest syndrome bites hard, we are faced with adapting to a new role and a very different future.


Needless to say, negativity runs rampant, and it can become all too easy to feel like we are now on the scrap heap with little to look forward. This is where a major shift in our mindset is needed.


The attitude with which we embark upon our transition into menopause can have a tremendous impact on our experience of it, as well as on our choice of behaviors. For instance, the more catastrophic your thoughts about hot flashes, the more intense they will be!


There is growing evidence that the absence of positive thoughts can have a greater negative impact on our health and well-being than does the presence of negative ones. It has also been shown that changing these negative thoughts and attitudes can result in a reduction of symptoms.


But here’s the thing. The solution to changing our menopause lies right before our eyes. We hold the power to change the quality of our life and it all starts with our mindset.


By shifting our mindset to one of positivity and drowning out our inner-critic, we can flush out the self-limiting beliefs and stop menopause from manipulating our mind and body. We can then step into a life that is driven by the power of endless possibilities.

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Menopause need not be the end, it can be the start of a whole new and exciting chapter of our life.

It need not define us.

We don’t have to stay stuck watching the magic fade.

We can emerge stronger.

We can grow.


If we change our mindset, WE CAN CHANGE OUR MENOPAUSE!


If you are ready to stop menopause controlling your life and want to learn all the tools and techniques to change your mindset, register for our Mindset Over Menopause Masterclass. Click here for more details.


If you want to boost your self-worth and add more positivity to your life, you can also join our Facebook group Yoga for Peri/Menopause and enjoy free tips, advice, yoga sequences, and classes for a happier, healthier and more positive lifestyle.

FREE Yoga: If you are looking for inspiration and content to aid your home practice, please check out my Select FREE site that brings you a selection of my Yoga for Menopause classes, short sequences and even tutorials. You simply select the symptom you need help with, select whether you want a class, short sequence or help with a specific pose, and your Select solution awaits! Please note that this site is unlike any other. It is solely for menopausal women who are looking for a holistic solution to ease their symptoms. Click here to join.