You know you don’t feel like yourself and your body is changing, but how do you know that you’re going though the perimenopause and what should you be looking out for?
In this video I share the 9 symptoms that in my experience are the first signs and symptoms that you may be perimenopausal, maybe your skin is getting dry, although you can treat that with a Dermatologist, but there are other signs you may be looking for.
Watch ‘Top 10 hormone balancing foods’ here.
If you’re not sure where to start with making changes to your diet and lifestyle to improve symptoms of the perimenopause than click here to download my Hormone Balancing Recipe Guide, which is a great starting point and includes recipes and foods that both you and your family can enjoy. Perimenopause can also affect gum health. When the symptoms manifest, it’s best to have a check up with dentists Ritter & Ramsey immediately to prevent oral problems from escalating.