Hormone Changes

Unraveling Fatigue in PMS and Perimenopause

PMS and
Hormonal Changes

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) occurs due to hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle

Symptoms like mood swings, irritability, fatigue (and wanting to hide in the closet) are common.

The good news is we can help alleviate symptoms of PMS without birth control pills or antidepressants.

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The Transition Phase

Perimenopause is the phase lasting 4-10 years before a women’s final menstrual period. It usually starts in a woman’s 40s, but can occur earlier.

During this phase, progesterone starts to drop, and estrogen levels fluctuate and eventually decrease, leading to symptoms such as heavier or irregular periods, sleep disturbances, fatigue, night sweats, hot flashes and mood and memory changes.

The Link Between Hormonal Changes
and Fatigue

You Are Not Alone & We
Can Fix Your Fatigue

It’s normal to feel a bit tired before your period comes but you shouldn’t have to write off a week (or more) each month because of your PMS
I’ll help you understanding your body's hormonal changes so you can actually turn your hormones in your superpower and better manage your fatigue and mood swings
If you’ve turned 40 recently and wondering what the eff is happening, you are not alone. I love supporting women through perimenopause so that your hormones don’t rule your life and you can start living your best life.

Treatment Options for
Hormonal Changes:


And no you don’t need to give up coffee!


that work with your hormones (instead of against them)


if you’re not interested in the birth control pill


if you’re not interested in the birth control pill

take control of your cortisol

Wondering if your cortisol
is out of whack?

 Take the Fatigue Fingerprint quiz to see if your symptoms match up with the Frazzled or Drained fingerprints

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