Mental Wellbeing Through Our Cycle
31 March 2022
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Attend virtually: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4116218561217/WN__E8wHvVRRxmzxI5zXk-0sA
This webinar explores how our sex hormones and brain are connected, the advantages of cycle mapping, and some key factors that can cause this delicate system to become out of balance. It will also explore the foods that can help specific symptoms such as low mood and anxiety.
This webinar is part of a mini-series in which we explore women’s mental health across the lifespan with particular emphasis on our cycle and hormones through to menopause.
Many women experience cognitive symptoms linked to their cycle including low mood, brain fog and anxiety, and these changes can often be debilitating, particularly during menopause. We’ll unpack the science behind these changes, explore the role of nutrition in balancing and supporting hormones, and provide lots of practical support and tips on how to optimise your physical and mental health.
** This webinar is pitched at everyone with an interest in mental health nutrition **
*** We do record all of our webinars so if you cannot attend live you will be sent a recording ***
About Karen Newby
Karen is an experienced nutritionist with over 11 years clinical experience. She holds a BSc in Nutritional Medicine and is registered with BANT and CNHC. Her particular interests are women’s and children’s health in her one to one clinic. She’s very much a realist so all her recommendations are easy to incorporate into daily life – to give the greatest effect from simple changes.