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Maryon Stewart’s Menopause Moments

Maryon Stewart’s Menopause Moments

Women are often at their wits end when they reach menopause. In her latest survey of over 1100 women, Maryon Stewart discovered that 96% of women weren’t prepared for menopause and two-thirds of them felt robbed of life as they knew it. But the good news is that published medical research clearly shows that menopause doesn’t have to be the beginning of the end of quality life, because, with a little science-based knowledge, it can be the beginning of a whole new fulfilling chapter in a woman’s life. For 28 years Maryon and her team have been successfully helping women become symptom-free and feel better than they can remember without using any drugs or hormones.

Whether women are suffering with melting with hot flushes, battling insomnia due to night sweats and anxiety, become the victims of scary brain fog, or wrestle with belly fat and weight gain, Maryon Stewart’s Menopause Moment’s will give provide science based tips and tricks and help women understand that it’s possible to reclaim their wellbeing, once again feeling like the best version of themselves.

About Maryon Stewart:

Maryon Stewart is the author of Manage Your Menopause Naturally and 27 other books. A world-renowned healthcare expert, she has helped tens of thousands of women around the world overcome PMS and menopause symptoms without using drugs or hormones. In 2018 she was awarded the British Empire Medal and was recognized as one of the 50 most inspirational women by the Daily Mail.

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