The first live women’s health event of the year is coming up!
Something I’ve become more and more passionate about since turning 40 last year, is helping other women as they approach 40 and beyond, learn how to flow through perimenopause and menopause with ease.
Because moving through these stages of life doesn’t have to be scary or hard.
It is possible to gracefully move through hormonal changes at any stage of life when you have the right lab tests and resources to navigate it.
At 40 years old, I feel healthier, stronger, energized, and more comfortable in my body than ever.
But this wasn’t always the case.
There was a time when I loathed my thighs, and hated wearing short dresses, and when skinny jeans came on the scene, I thought there was no way in hell I would ever fit into a pair.
For the longest time, I struggled with a variety of hormone issues, everything from painful irregular periods to adult acne, cyclic breast tenderness, and hot flashes.
Despite officially entering the mid-life era and officially sailing towards peri-menopause (according to my age), I have NONE of these symptoms anymore.
In fact, my periods are easy-peasy. If I didn’t track them on an app, I would hardly know they were about to happen.
My weight and mood are reliably stable, and the only things that mess with my sleep are furry snuggles or certain travel circumstances.
There’s so much confusion and frustration about women’s bodies in mid-life.
We’re told weight gain, mood swings, hot flashes, and other hormone-related symptoms are just a part of getting older, but they don’t have to be.
The body naturally wants to be in balance, even when riding the wave of age-related hormonal changes. All your body needs to gracefully move through life at any age is the right food to function at its potential and a lifestyle that supports giving your body what it needs at any point in time to feel your best.
Instead of learning about what the body needs to thrive through life, we’re often offered bandaid solutions for hormone-related symptoms such as birth control, anti-depressants, or hormone replacement therapy.
That’s why I’m eager to share the HotFlash Summit, which is designed to help women approaching 40 and beyond take back control of their bodies and hormone health.
This free 4-day virtual event is bringing together 17 women’s health experts, including me, to teach you how to rebalance your hormones so we can all flow through perimenopause and menopause with ease.
You can get all the details about The Hotflash Summit and grab your free access pass HERE, but here is a quick overview:
- The Hotflash Summit will be LIVE from January 16-19, 2024
- Each day will be packed with amazing speakers who are ready to help you flow through perimenopause and menopause with ease.
- We’ve got a pop-up Facebook group where you can connect with other fabulous women, ask the speakers questions, win prizes, and more!
- The summit is absolutely free to attend, but you can choose to grab the All Access Pass for bonus resources and an upgraded event experience.
Knowing how your body works is life-changing. It takes the guesswork out of living your best life. It puts you in the driver’s seat and gives you the ability to create a life full of freedom instead of limitations.
It wasn’t until my 30s that I really started to understand how my body works as a woman.
Reaching rock bottom with my long-time hormone imbalance battle led me down the road to a higher health education. Had I known as a teenager what I know now, I could have prevented the 17+ years of irregular periods, chronic fatigue, weight gain woes, allergies, brain fog, waves of depression and anxiety, Hashimotos, disrupting the precious balance of my body with birth control, and so much more.
Women go through multiple stages of hormonal changes throughout their lifetime, it’s inevitable.
I’m doing everything I can to prepare for the next stages of peri and menopause so I can get through it gracefully.
And I hope you’ll join me in doing the same by attending the Hotflash Summit.
Not just for yourself, but to support all women and the generations to come by increasing awareness about hormone health and how to live in balance with the body.