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PERIMENOPAUSE | how to be your own advocate

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Learn all about perimenopause with health expert, Dr. Anna Garrett. Find out what you need to know about your body and how to become your own healthy advocate.
PRE-ORDER DR. ANNA's BOOK HERE:
Perimenopause: The Savvy Sister’s Guide to Hormone Harmony is now available for pre-order (release date is April 7)*

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
Perimenopause can start as young as 35
Signs that perimenopause may be knocking on your door
Why perimenopause is very different from menopause
How you CAN balance your hormones and find symptom relief
Why you’re not going crazy (even though you may feel like it)
Tips for creating a healthcare team that gets you the care you deserve
I’ll give you realistic, holistic solutions for diet challenges, sleep, stress reduction, supplements and more in my savvy sister’s guide. Perimenopause is a revolutionary book focused on giving you the tools to navigate this transition with grace and ease so you can rock your mojo through midlife and beyond!

*As a special bonus, if you order by April 7, you’ll be invited to join me for a live webinar on April 18 at 5:30 PM EST called Write Your Own Prescription for Hormone Harmony. We’ll walk through steps you can take to balance your hormones on your own and you and I will chat during a live Q and A at the end.

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Thanks for watching! I hope you have a healthy and delicious day.

39 Comments on PERIMENOPAUSE | how to be your own advocate

  1. Kelly Targett // 27th March 2019 at 1:38 pm // Reply

    Where was this book 3 years ago? 🙁 I had it at 44 and wow; I didn’t know what was happening!

  2. Clara Nimmer // 27th March 2019 at 1:41 pm // Reply

    I have found several times that doctors simply do not know a lot about women‘s bodies after menopause. It seems somehow not interesting. So thank you for your interest.

    • Clean & Delicious // 27th March 2019 at 1:50 pm // Reply

      Ugh! I hate that this is true, but often times, it seems to be the case. That’s why I love Dr. Anna’s work… so much insight and wisdom.

  3. Michelle Leza // 27th March 2019 at 1:49 pm // Reply

    So glad I watched this. I’ve definitely have been experiencing symptoms and it’s an eye opener

  4. Asima Mukheeth // 27th March 2019 at 2:02 pm // Reply

    Learning so much with this video…thanks a ton. Very helpful.

  5. This is great Dani. I am on her email list-she has wonderful information.

  6. What I’ve encountered is obgyn want to put u on birth control and medicine for anxity

  7. I have been postmenopausal for 8 years, and I am 32-years-old. My doctors are clueless. I went through it alone. I was 25 years old and my VA doctor constantly stated that my case is so “fascinating” my fsh and lh levels are unheard of and off the charts by 100%. I know that doctors think about becoming the first to do this and that, but hearing how “fascinating” it is, while I was suffering, did not receive help or advice, and found out that I was barren really hurt.

  8. This is so helpful! Thank you for doing this interview!

  9. Thank you for sharing this information!

  10. Gwen Frazier // 27th March 2019 at 5:43 pm // Reply

    Thank you so much for getting some this out there. Most women pretend it isn’t even happening.

  11. Home, Craft N'Things // 27th March 2019 at 6:11 pm // Reply

    Am dealing with menopause and its not easy. I shared this video as well.

  12. Denise Lawrence // 27th March 2019 at 6:35 pm // Reply

    Thank you for this video! Peri menopause is awful!

  13. Thank you for doing this interview!!! It was so helpful. I can’t wait to read Dr. Anna’s book!

  14. Shakina Riley // 27th March 2019 at 7:48 pm // Reply

    Wonderful topic these things need to be talk about more

  15. Samantha Mahenthiran // 27th March 2019 at 7:55 pm // Reply

    This is the first time to meet Dr Anna Garrett and she is awesome so I would like to see part 2.

  16. so knowing that most obgyns don’t t have the knowledge necessary about menopause which professional specialist should we see to manage peri menopause and menopause?

    • Dr Anna Garrett // 28th March 2019 at 3:27 pm // Reply

      I work with women on balancing using lifestyle supplements and when needed hormones that are available over the counter. I would seek out someone who specializes in functional medicine. That’s the approach Ii take..

  17. Franny O'Brien // 27th March 2019 at 8:36 pm // Reply

    Please make a video about “how to eat clean in college”!!

  18. Just the other week I declared that I swear that when I’m pms’ing I’m also experiencing premenopausal symptoms! I turned 40 two days ago so I wasn’t sure if it was too early for this to be true and maybe I was just crazy! Thank you for discussing this topic!

  19. This is great, so informative. Thank you so much

  20. tamia11 falanna // 28th March 2019 at 6:03 pm // Reply

    Thanks so much for this video, so appreciated blessing to you Both!

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