healthtalks – busting through the menopause myths with Dr Sherrill Sellman

Here’s something every women must watch. And don’t let the title put you off – even if you’re light years off menopause – this is quite frankly, one of the most important things you’ll ever hear with regards to your health as a woman and a human. Because hopefully I’m not attracting martians or elephants to my site – but even then, they could learn from this too I guess.

In a special first on healthtalks, today I’m chatting with Dr Sherrill Sellman. You met her last week here on my site and there’s still a few more interviews in the kicker -but today we’re talking menopause – a topic many women are busting to know more about. And the key to a smooth menopause transition begins right back in your early years. Click on the play button and learn!

So hows that? Did you know you’re paving the way for your menopause transition in your 20’s and 30’s? I’d love to hear your thoughts.


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6 Responses to “healthtalks – busting through the menopause myths with Dr Sherrill Sellman”

  1. Janine @ Ladycomp

    Hi Nat.


    My husband emailed you. Trying to give you a ladycomp/babycomp?

  2. Katie

    Great topic and information Nat! We need to let more people know about this so that they can make the right decisions for their health!

  3. Sallie

    Great info, we seem to have been socially conditioned to believe that PMS and Menopause symptoms are normal and we have to just put up with it. It’s great to learn that none of this is normal, it’s our bodies telling (screaming) us something is not right. Thanks Nat

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  5. Jacqueline Kyriacou

    Hi, I am on the 6th year of my menopause. My sleeping has been erratic for the past two years. I been prescribed sleeping tablets by doctors, which leave me feeling foggy and drugged. I have gained weight, 8lbs in total, I have not changed my diet, go to the gym at least 4 days a week. If I sleep 2 or 3 hours a night, this has been like this for two years now. When I go to my doctors, he said I need counselling, which I know I don’t. I have tried everything, literally. I have now come to end of my tether. I feel I have aged considerably these past two years.
    Can you please advise me, what is the next step.

    Yours sincerely

    Jacqueline Kyriacou

    • Nat Kringoudis

      Hi Jacqueline! I’m so sorry you are experiencing this. I’d love to help you more – I do offer skype consultations which can be specific to your body. You can however safely start with adding magnesium to your regime and see if this helps. Approx 1000mg to begin with daily and see if it improves sleep. From there you can drill down to the next step but starting with that would be the next step indeed. Nat x