At a time when you might be struggling to visit your GP or health advisor, how do you know if your current symptoms show that you are perimenopausal, or are just a response to the change in the new environment that we are all living through?
Kate Pigeon-Owen from Wellbeing International will lead this webinar to understand the science of the Menopause looking at the emotional, mental and physical changes as you approach this new phase in your life. Together we look at the positives and issues such as sleep, hot flushes, anxiety and libido. We will explore why some women seem to make this transition with ease whilst others struggle more. We will discuss a 5 Step Approach to help you build your own personal journey, including small tweaks and changes to your lifestyle that will hopefully guide you through a more gentle menopause.
Kate’s career started in the City, working with accountants, solicitors and financial institutions. Leaving the City, Kate has run a successful stress management company and has set up Wellbeing International Ltd, offering training and consultancy in the UK, Canada and the Far East. She is a trained Mental Health First Aider and a member of the British Menopause Society.
Kate has appeared on television and BBC Norfolk radio, Woman’s Hour, and published articles on education, stress and massage in many publications.
There is a nominal charge for non-members (a choice between a £10, £15 and £20 ticket price), with all money raised going to CWN’s charity partner, Wellbeing of Women (WOW).
Members tickets are free. However, members have the option of making a donation to WOW by choosing one of the Member 'donation' tickets.
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