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Feeling stressed??

Ladies, did you know that in our late 40s, our cortisol levels gradually start to increase?


Cortisol is our stress hormone and it tends to spike as we approach menopause. Cortisol is like your body’s stress superhero. Whenever you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed, it swoops in, to save the day. 🦸‍♀️ But here’s the twist: it’s not just about stress. Cortisol is a multitasker, managing everything from inflammation, immune response and blood pressure. It’s like the Swiss Army knife of hormones! 🔪


When menopause hits and cortisol levels increase more it's like a double whammy of stress! Chronically elevated cortisol levels can have negative effects on health, including weight gain, impaired immune function, and increased risk of certain health conditions like heart disease and diabetes.


There are lots of ways we can keep cortisol in check, reading a good book, exercise, Pilates or even a cup of tea. 🧘‍♀️ Remember, relaxation is key to keeping that cortisol beast at bay!


So if you're in need of some relaxation come and join me on Saturday 10 February for a morning of relaxation.


Here's what you need to know;


⏰ ️𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗻: Saturday 10th February 2024, 9am - 1pm

📍 𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲: Little Theatre Gateshead,

🔖 𝗖𝗼𝘀𝘁: £45 per person


The event is suitable for women of all ages and abilities. All you need is yourself, all equipment is provided.


Spend the morning with me to learn more about menopause symptoms, share your experiences, find out how simple changes to your nutrition and exercise can help you on your menopause journey. During the morning we'll have time to chat, move and relax, as well as enjoy some delicious food supplied by Ginger Lily's.


Sound interesting? Then be quick to book and secure your place as I only have a few spaces left. Book direct at www.dawnchambersfitness.com/book-online or message me for more details. Bookings will end at midnight on Wednesday 7 February.


Tag a friend who might find this information helpful! 🚺



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