December 02, 2021 2 min read

Many women may find menopause stressful. Changing hormone levels and the arrival of menopausal symptoms such as night sweats and hot flushes as well as the stresses of family life, career changes and caring for elderly parents may also contribute to women feeling a bit overwhelmed during this natural transition.

Lifestyle approaches to managing stress

Write out a to-do list
If there is a mountain of responsibilities looming over you, try writing out a detailed to-do list, and then work your way through it in small, manageable steps.

Practice mindfulness
centering your energy and focusing on the present moment can help you face each new day with gratitude and productivity.

Take care of yourself
Although self-care can often be neglected when stressed, eating balanced meals, exercising regularly, and getting adequate sleep can make all the difference.

Exercise releases mood-supporting endorphins.

Be kind to yourself
Keep things in perspective and focus on the good things that you are grateful for and that bring you joy. It’s also ok to say “no” sometimes – you don’t have to please everyone.

Make healthy food choices
A well-balanced diet can provide the nutrients you need to keep both physically and mentally well.

Ask for help
Sometimes, we give ourselves unnecessary stress because we are too scared or proud to ask for help. Admit when you are struggling, and reach out to those around you.

The power of menopause

Menopause does not mark the end of a woman’s vitality and vivacity. Margaret Mead, an American anthropologist, talked about ‘menopause zest’ noting that many women see menopause as a positive ”mid-life transformation “ and a time to reflect and focus on the things that bring their lives more meaning and joy.

Many women in menopause report feeling empowered and more self-aware and are relieved to no longer have periods and PMS.  It is a time when women become clever risk-takers and may change career paths, or change a hobby into a business – the choices are endless.

Consider Food Supplements to Support Emotional Wellbeing

Manage the stresses of modern life with B-complex vitamins shown to support both mental and psychological wellbeing. 

 Adaptogens like rhodiola and ashwagandha may also be helpful. Adaptogens are naturally sourced plant substances that help the body adapt to stress and normalize our bodily processes. Several studies using standardised extracts of rhodiola show that rhodiola supplementation may benefit individuals experiencing emotional pressure. 

Recent findings suggest that high-concentration full-spectrum Ashwagandha root extract helps with an individual’s resistance towards stress. Many women find 5-HTP helpful. It is an extract from Griffonia simplifolia seeds and helps to make serotonin. Serotonin, in turn, is converted into the sleep hormone melatonin.

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