Do you remember the days when falling asleep at night was easy?

Eight hours of sweet undisturbed sleep was normal. 

Now, falling asleep takes ages, night sweats keep you awake, or you wake up at the crack of dawn blurry-eyed and exhausted. 

Menopause symptoms no one tells your about.

Thankfully, the menopause is no longer a taboo subject. there’s so much more awareness today.

Symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, even mood swings are well discussed. 

However, every woman experiences the menopause differently. 

And not everyone has the same symptoms, with the same duration or intensity. 

And too often, menopause symptoms are blamed on something else. As result, preventing women from getting the right help. 

For many of us, working from home has become the new normal.

There’s no denying it’s a big change, especially if you’re the type of person who enjoys the office environment.

So, it can feel pretty lonely being stuck at home with just a screen for company. So, you’ll be forgiven if you start to feel demotivated or distracted.

But this can be problematic.

Here are some tips to help you stay motivated when working from home.

Menopause and teens—a cruel combination. 

Dealing with a hormonal teenager is alone an emotional rollercoaster. Add the menopause into the mix and you have a potential recipe for disaster.  

But it’s doesn’t need to be all doom and gloom. 

Here a few coping strategies.

Going through the menopause can sometimes feel very lonely. 

Whether you’re struggling with mood swings, hot flushes or night sweats—having someone to lean-on can make all the difference.

Firstly, remember, you’re not alone.