Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 10, 2009
If you are a woman, or know of one, waking nightly in sweat-soaked pajamas or wondering where your sex drive went, a new menopause website offers both the answers -- and some relief. Menopause Mayhem has launched a highly informative website along with a home business for women 35 to 75 experiencing the transformational changes of menopause. Designed to increase conscious living by providing current information and resources, it enables them the opportunity to choose from the best alternative treatment options and from natural products specifically designed to support them during this transformation.
Menopause Mayhem is a powerful website made for the Baby Boomer generation developing from a time when menopause was a subject that was, at best, dealt with in whispers over coffee at the kitchen table. More recently, women have been provided a prescription for hormones, HRT, or left to deal with uncertain and sometimes frightening changes without adequate information about what was happening to their bodies and emotions.
"My goal", states founder Julie Hewitt, "is to make women become more intuitively aware of what is happening in their bodies before becoming overwhelmed, confused, or in denial of both the physical and emotional changes that may be occuring. Understanding the reasons behind perimenopausal symptoms through menopause changes, and knowing that their experiences may be normal is important before immediately turning to their doctor who may have limited expertise in this area. Most women can glide through this transition smoothly, with knowledge and support."
Menopause Mayhem provides a vast array of information in the Knowledge Center offering answers and solutions, an option for readers to Share a Story, and top of the line Products to make menopause a more positive and restorative transformation in a woman's life. Julie's Blog offers weekly updates on current research and recent findings.
In the tradition of home-based parties, Menopause Mayhem also offers Home Empowerment Parties titled appropriately, MenaMay. A Menopause Mentor offers insight and a brief educational session to hostess and guests, while women are encouraged to sample products and share their own personal experiences with menopause. The MenaMay hostess receives free products and incentives.
For more information, call 512.445.0489. Address: Po Box 40636, Austin, TX 78704. The company's website is: menopausemayhem.com
About Menopause Mayhem
Founded by Julie Hewitt based from her own challenging experiences over the past 10 years searching for simple and concise answers about menopause, she also felt the need to provide the specialty products available that few women are familiar with or have access to. Experience in the healthcare field as a childbirth educator, occupational therapist, and personal trainer has led her to another level of educating women about this important time in their lives.