|I know, I know; it feels like menopause is hitting you waaaay worse than you could have imagined.
The hot flashes, sleepless nights, waking up drenched, the mood swings, and when you look in the mirror...
You're starting to get your Grandmother's body! (Yeah, not feeling too sexy, right?)
Here's the thing; menopause IS a normal life change...
But it doesn't have to be a LIFE SENTENCE!
Thankfully, I stumbled upon this amazing video and I'm getting back to being my normal self again!
Look, if "conventional medicine" had the answers, you'd feel better, wouldn't you?
But you don't.
You're "itchy, bitchy & twitchy" and wondering if you're going crazy.
No, you're not losing your mind AND your body doesn't have to turn into your Grandma's body!
(I loved my Granny, but I'm not ready to BECOME her!)
Seriously, THIS can be your Menopause Miracle too!
You've got nothing to lose!
(Except the sweatiness, sleeplessness and that urge to rip your husband's face off.)
You DON'T have to live like this.
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