Episode 61: Perimenopause, Symptoms and Solutions

In this episode, we are joined by Katarina Wilk. Katarina Wilk is a health and medicine journalist and the author of the book Perimenopower - the ultimate guide for women who started to experience strange symptoms with sleep, mood and body that are linked to perimenopause.

Katarina discusses everything about how and why the body reacts the way it does during this period. She gives the best tips, all in one place, helping readers become well-rested and glowing with improved mood. She shares  wisdom about sleep, yoga, natural supplements, diet, exercise and the hormone, estrogen – everything to help women get the right preconditions to discover their female superpower when the hormones swing – your Perimenopower.

Katarina Wilk explains the essence of wellness: ”The rockier part of the transition phase in a women's life is the perimenopause. And all women from all over the world are going through this. We can help each other by sharing our stories.”

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Science behind perimenopause and menopause

  • Symptoms of perimenopause

  • Holistic approach and lifestyle to help during this period

  • Tips and tricks to deal with perimenopause


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About Everyday Wellness Podcast

Everyday Wellness is not just another health podcast. Your co-hosts, Cynthia Thurlow (nurse practitioner and functional nutritionist) and Dr. Kelly Donahue (clinical health psychologist and nutritional therapy consultant) have over 25 years of combined experience in medicine, psychology, and wellness. Our mission is to bring you the best,  science-backed yet practical information to improve your physical and mental wellness every day. We are busy mom-preneurs and know how important your time is. We have designed this podcast to be short in time and big on impact. We interview a variety of guests in the field of health and wellness, and we discuss important issues and provide practical strategies that you can use in your real life.

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