There is simply no reason women need to suffer their symptoms through the holidays or ever. Simple proven remedies are available at their fingertips. I hope all menopausal women will take back their lives this holiday season.
Boise, ID (PRWEB) December 18, 2006
The season of good cheer brings joy, good will, and …stress. For many women battling the symptoms of menopause, the season can lose its joy. Menopause expert Maryon Stewart has a gift for these women (and their loved ones!): definitive tips on how to overcome menopausal moments so that they feel more like joining in the festivities.
From what to do when you feel a hot flash coming on to an herbal remedy for instant stress relief, Stewart's tip sheet is filled with great ideas for managing menopausal symptoms quickly and easily to free yourself to enjoy the holidays.
"Hot flashes, night sweats, tense moments, mood swings and low self esteem are hardly conducive to cheerfulness," says Stewart, who has advised over a million women worldwide about how to successfully manage menopause. "These tips will help women control the physical symptoms of menopause and recognize the special importance of taking care of yourself during the holidays. And the advice is good year-round."
The report Keeping Your Cool During the Holiday Season is available free at Maryon Stewart's blog site, http://www.naturalmenopause.com. In addition four guest patients join Maryon in a 35 minute audio Lifebay show exchanging advice and tips on how to cope with the holidays. The women speak frankly about how they have dealt with their menopause symptoms and maintained their cool and a sense of joy in the holidays.
The report is based on The Natural Menopause Program. The kit includes a DVD and an extensive manual that helps women manage menopause and thrive in the second half of their lives. With so many women deciding against HRT (hormone replacement therapy,) Stewart's natural menopause program, which has been successfully helping women for over 20 years, provides solutions to the symptoms caused by hormonal changes: hot flashes, night sweats, sleeplessness, low libido, vaginal dryness, lack of energy, memory loss and mood swings. It also suggests ways for women to wean themselves from HRT. Then the program provides advice for women to stay healthy and energetic for the rest of their lives.
Maryon Stewart is an advocate of managing menopause naturally, through nutrition, scientifically based supplements, exercise and relaxation. For many years she has been a nutritional researcher and counselor and a recognized expert on nutrition and fitness. In 1987 she launched the Women's Nutritional Advisory Service for women of all ages. Now she's bringing her wisdom and services to North America for the very first time.
Says Stewart "There is simply no reason women need to suffer their symptoms through the holidays or ever. Simple proven remedies are available at their fingertips. I hope all menopausal women will take back their lives this holiday season."
And what is her simple remedy for stress? Delegate, take short cuts, regularly exercise to good music and add one-quarter teaspoon nutmeg to one cup of warm water, and sip it slowly while taking a few deep breaths.
About Maryon Stewart
Maryon Stewart is the author of 24 best-selling self-help books in the UK including The Phyto Factor, Cruising through the Menopause, Beat Menopause Naturally and No More PMS. She is the co-author of No More IBS, Every Woman's Health Guide and The Natural Health Bible. She is the founder of The Women's Nutritional Advisory Service and the Natural Health Advisory Service. For more information see http://www.naturalmenopause.com or http://www.askmaryonstewart.com.