The perimenopause is a term used to define the time leading up to the menopause when hormone levels of oestrogen and progesterone begin to fluctuate. During this time your period could remain regular or you may start to notice some menstrual changes. Perimenopausal period could typically become heavier and more frequent before eventually becoming much lighter  and more spaced out or you could even occasionally skip your monthly period altogether.   Aside from changes in your period you could also start to feel a little hot under the collar.

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It is a good idea to keep track of the frequency of these days, noting down the days when been feeling rattier and snappier than usual or days when you’ve felt overwhelmed, tearful or depressed. It can also be helpful to take a supplement with a combination of vitamins and minerals that is designed for perimenopause and could help support normal hormone regulation like Cleanmarine MenoMin.

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How do you know when to expect the perimenopause to begin?  According to research many women follow a similar menopausal journey to their mothers. If possible, ask your mother how old she was when her menopause began. Most women begin the menopause around the age of 50-55, but about 10% are likely to experience early menopause at around the age of 45 or a later menopause around age 60.  Whatever your age, if you know the signs to look out for then as soon as these start to arise you can take positive steps to change your nutrition and lifestyle to help support your body through this hormone transition with ease and grace.

Cleanmarine MenoMin is available in health stores and pharmacies nationwide