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🌼 Embracing the Menopause Journey 🌼

Ladies, I want to talk about something that's deeply personal and often not discussed openly enough: menopause, as we bring light to World Menopause day. It's a natural part of life, and it's a journey we should navigate with grace and strength when actual fact it's with forgetfulness and tiredness. As a woman who is walking this path, I want to share some insights and words of encouragement.

Menopause can bring a whole array of physical and emotional changes. It's like a rollercoaster of hormones, and it can sometimes feel like we've lost our way. But guess what? This phase of life, as challenging as it can be, also holds immense beauty and potential.

As a fitness, mental health, and business coach, my mission has always been to empower women in their journeys to a healthier, happier, and more fulfilled life. And the menopausal transition is no exception.

Here's what I've learned: It's a time to focus on self-care and self-love like never before. It's an opportunity to prioritise your well-being, embrace the wisdom that comes with age, and discover newfound strength in your body.

If you're facing menopause, know that you're not alone. Kerry Riley Wellness is here for you. I offer a supportive community where we share experiences, strategies, and inspiration to help you make this phase of life a beautiful and transformative one.

Remember, you are not defined by your age or your hormonal fluctuations. You are defined by your strength, resilience, and your incredible capacity for growth. Together, let's embrace this journey and emerge from it with grace and vitality. 💪🌸

If you'd like to join this empowering community find us on facebook under Motivate, Move and Motherhood or click below. I look forward to welcoming you to our family.

This years theme for World Menopause Day 2023 which takes place on Wednesday 18th October is Cardiovascular Disease

What is Cardiovascular disease?

The term ‘cardiovascular disease’ actually covers a broad range of disorders, including coronary artery disease, which is a blockage or spasm of the arteries bringing blood to your heart. This prevents the heart from being properly nourished and you may experience symptoms like chest pain/heaviness, or shortness of breath. We call this angina. If left unchecked, it can cause a heart attack.

Here is the link to find out more and share with your loved ones.-

Take care Kerry x

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