Peri and Menopause

Perimenopause and menopause are stages in a woman's reproductive life that mark significant hormonal and physiological changes. These stages are natural processes that occur as a woman's body transitions from the reproductive years to a non-reproductive phase. Perimenopause, often referred to as the "menopausal transition," is the period of time leading up to menopause. It typically starts in a woman's 40s but can begin earlier or later. During perimenopause, there is a gradual decline in the production of the hormones oestrogen and progesterone, which regulate the menstrual cycle and support fertility. As a result, menstrual cycles become irregular and may vary in length. Menopause is defined as the point in time when a woman has not had a menstrual period for 12 consecutive months. It marks the end of the reproductive years. On average, menopause occurs around the age of 51, but it can happen earlier or later.

  1. The Best Foods for Menopause
  2. Sex might change during menopause, but it can get better and more fulfilling with a strong pelvic floor and a bit of extra lubrication. Stronger orgasms with Kegel8 guaranteed.
  3. Boosting your sexual life expectancy is possible. Here are a few of Kegel8’s top tips:
  4. The main method for keeping your pelvic floor strong and protected is to do your Kegels! Kegels (pelvic floor exercises) are essentially a pelvic floor workout. Just like your other muscles, they need to be exercised regularly in order to stay strong and
  5. The Kegel8 menstrual or period cup allows for more time between emptying, especially on light days. Using a menstrual cup prevents the need to carry extra pads or tampons, which many women find burdensome and even embarrassing
  6. Dr. Louise Wiseman on the Medical Merits of Kegel8 Pelvic Floor Toners
  7. Sophie Claus began to suffer from incontinence following a total hysterectomy at age 32. But, she wasn't going to let the incontinence take over.
  8. Will you gain weight during menopause?
  9. Early menopause, also known as premature menopause, occurs when a woman's ovaries stop functioning and her menstrual periods cease before the age of 40.
  10. Kegel8 and the menopause received a huge amount of attention yesterday, with mentions across multiple media channels including Radio 4’s Women’s Hour, Glamour Magazine, Hull Daily Mail, BBC Radio Humberside, and even the House of Commons!
  11. Top Tips For A Strong Pelvic Floor With Elaine Miller
  12. The #pelvicroar campaign is led by specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapists;