Free Menopause training that helps women take back control of thier menopause.

Smarter Menopause's new Smarter Menopause Introduction Course training provides free information for Women going through the menopause looking to improve their symptoms.

Litlington , United Kingdom - July 11, 2018 /PressCable/ —

For Women going through the menopause looking to brush up on their Smarter Menopause Introduction Course expertise, Smarter Menopause is offering a free training session on TODAY. The training will be held ONLINE and will take 2 hours.

For full details, interested parties are encouraged to view the website at http://smartermenopause.com/introduction-course-sales.

Areas of Smarter Menopause Introduction Course that will be covered include:

Taking back control of your menopause symptoms – The first Step is about understanding the fundamentals of menopause wisdom: We’ve touched on this already. It’s all about the medical terms for the stages of menopause, the changes to the reproductive hormones estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. We’ll look at the symptoms you might experience and the major factors that affect your menopause experience such as your genes, your nutrition, your lifestyle and your attitude. We’ll also talk about HRT and the complementary alternatives for treating menopause symptoms.

GETTING IN CONTROL OF YOUR SYMPTOMS – everyday thinking. I’m going to introduce you to ‘A Wonder Drug’ that costs nothing and has amazing positive side effects. You will understand some smart steps to gaining back control of your mind and ultimately create your clearer thinking future.

MAKE TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE – You will focus on the powerful influence your mind can have over your menopause experience and how your attitude can support your body. You will experience highly effective mind techniques that help you to relax, cool your hot flushes and create an attitude that gives you power over your menopause. And you can listen to them as many times as you like.BELIEVE Menopause is not an illness and I don’t want you to be one of the thousands of women who needlessly suffer during this important stage of your life. Instead you can be like my clients and experience a Smarter Menopause and get back to enjoying your life.

When asked about the reasons behind the decision to provide free training on such an in-demand topic, Pat Duckworth, Owner of Smarter Menopause said,

When you land inside this FREE Introduction Membership I am going to teach you more about how making small changes to your overall lifestyle will help you to take back control of your menopause and say goodbye to brain fog, poor memory, bad sleep, fatigue, hot flushes, weight gain, mood swings and destructive relationships.

Women going through the menopause can find the most up-to-date information about the free training at http://smartermenopause.com/introduction-course-sales. Customers who have specific questions about the training itself may contact Smarter Menopause via their website.

Contact Info:
Name: Pat Duckworth
Email: pat@smartermenopause.com
Organization: Smarter Menopause
Address: White House Meeting Lane, Litlington , Cambs SG8 0QF, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1763-853867

For more information, please visit http://smartermenopause.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 375384

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