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Menopause symptoms
driving you crazy?

They don’t have to.

When symptoms threaten to derail your journey, life can feel out of control.

Here are just 10* of the most common (and annoying) symptoms you might be experiencing on your menopause journey:

  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Mood swings and irritability
  • Brain Fog
  • Joint Pain
  • Digestive Problems
  • Insomnia and fatigue
  • Anger
  • Loss of libido
  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Weight gain

*The “list” is actually many dozen symptoms long!

Too often, trips to your medical professional(s) leave you confused, scared, and without the relief you need. Because they don’t always consider “menopause” in their diagnosis.

And that leaves you wondering which way to go for relief.

Is menopause just one day?

Maybe you’ve read that menopause is just one calendar day – the first anniversary of your last period.

It feels like you're lost in a jungle!

But, menopause is more than just an event – it’s a journey.

It begins when your reproductive system begins to slow down, sometime in your late thirties or in your forties. (It’s called perimenopause, and often begins before you even notice).

It ends sometime after your periods end and your body finally adjusts to its new state (and, no, the adjustment isn’t instantaneous).

That can be over 2 decades of Menopause Journey.

Two decades – it can feel like you’re lost in a jungle or you can choose to take control. Two decades is a long time to be unhappy, unhealthy, or just sick and tired of feeling sick and tired.

Menopause doesn’t have to take over your life…

You can shed the disruptions of your menopause symptoms, so you can open the gateway to more energy and greater health, and embrace the opportunity to reimagine your life.

Because the best journeys aren’t just about getting there – it’s about enjoying the path you take.

My clients do it without drugs, hormone replacement therapy, or surgery. And you can, too. With your personal Menopause Survival Plan.

How do I help women create a plan to reduce menopause symptoms?

Working with me, together, we Investigate, Plan, Adjust, and Sustain your transformation from fighting your body to working with it, to shed the disruptive symptoms so you can feel healthier and more energetic. So you can get on with your life.

Step 1: Investigate Understand how your symptoms relate to your underlying hormonal balance and overall health. Your plan starts with where you are, based on our investigation.

Step 2: Plan Design the basic elements of your journey to wellness, based on the results of our investigation. Your plan may include changes to any of the 5 pillars of wellness.

Step 3: Adjust As you design your plan, we’ll adjust it to fit you – your lifestyle, your family situation, your likes and dislikes. And then, as you implement it, you’ll learn how to fine-tune it to make sure it’s both easy to follow and maximally effective.

Step 4: Sustain Like any change to your established routine, your plan may take some getting used to. You’ll learn your change style, how to build habits that work for you, and how to use both motivation and willpower to stick with the plan you’ve made.

Learn more about what goes in YOUR plan in a free one-on-one conversation with me.

Here’s what happens when you and I talk:

  • We’ll review your Menopause Journey and the symptoms that are disrupting your life and I’ll help you understand what those mean for the rest of your journey.
  • I’ll help you understand the options for relief and treatment of your symptoms, and the pros and cons of each.
  • We’ll explore how a holistic, natural approach to your Menopause Journey can not only lead to symptom relief, but overall improvement in your health and quality of life, even if you decide additional medical support is for you.
  • You’ll conclude our conversation knowing what your next steps to menopause relief are – exactly what you have to do and how to make it happen.

Meet Jeanne…

Hi, I’m Jeanne Andrus, The Menopause Guru. When I began my own Menopause Journey, I didn’t realize that the hormonal changes of menopause were causing my anger and depression. My symptoms, with no effective relief, nearly destroyed my life.

When I learned what a difference managing my menopause through natural methods can make, I developed a passion for helping other women shed their own symptoms, so they can open the gateway to better health and more energy and a more fulfilled life.