Category: Menopause
The connection between brain fog and menopause

The connection between brain fog and menopause

This year for World Menopause Day, the theme is cognition and mood. As you know, I am very interested in all thing’s menopause. But you might not know that I am currently working with Synapse – Australia’s leading organisation supporting those with brain injury. My...

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Your health is like a 3-legged stool

Your health is like a 3-legged stool

It's no secret that leading a healthy lifestyle can help you live longer. But what's often overlooked is the importance of having healthy relationships. Studies have shown that strong social connections are just as crucial to your health as eating right and exercising...

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When should I start thinking about menopause?

When should I start thinking about menopause?

If you are kid wrangling right now, or a fitness professional who is working with mums, menopause may be the last thing that you will be thinking about. Menopause is something that happens in your 50’s, right? And for many women, that thought alone will move it from...

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Is this my last menstrual period?

Is this my last menstrual period?

I am 52 years old and every time I get my period I wonder if it is my last one. The average age for women to complete the menopause transition is around 51. And to be clear – that means that you have had exactly 12 months free of your period before you can claim the...

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Training Women – a male perspective

Training Women – a male perspective

Hi, Travis Mattern here from www.fitnesseducationonline.com.au and i’ve recently written a blog on why it’s important to upskill when training women… from the male perspective. So here it is! As a young male trainer working at an all female bootcamp you would think I...

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Prolapse. What will be your last straw?

Prolapse. What will be your last straw?

Most women accumulate the risks of prolapse over time. Although just one may tip you over the edge, they are certainly not usually in isolation. Understand the 10 most significant risk factors for prolapse. Being fore warned is being fore armed. 49% of all post natal...

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A just-in-case Wee

A just-in-case Wee

A just-in-case wee might be something that your mother encouraged you to do before you left the house as a child. It might be something that you still do, or tell your children to do. But what if this piece of advice creates habits that are at cross purposes with good...

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Navigating Menopause during a Pandemic

Navigating Menopause during a Pandemic

A few years back I wrote this article about moving into the age of perimenopause. And a few years on and I am still living this in-between stage. Still menstruating, but now, definitely ready to embrace the next era of my life. Menopause is a lot like puberty. It is...

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