The Happy Menopause

#9 Your Best Life: The Importance of Self Care for a Healthy, Happy Menopause with Dr Louise Wiseman, GP and author

November 07, 2019 Registered Nutritional Therapist Jackie Lynch and Dr Louise Wiseman Season 1 Episode 9
The Happy Menopause
#9 Your Best Life: The Importance of Self Care for a Healthy, Happy Menopause with Dr Louise Wiseman, GP and author
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The Happy Menopause
#9 Your Best Life: The Importance of Self Care for a Healthy, Happy Menopause with Dr Louise Wiseman, GP and author
Nov 07, 2019 Season 1 Episode 9
Registered Nutritional Therapist Jackie Lynch and Dr Louise Wiseman

Do you spend most of your time thinking about and looking after other people? It’s something women seem hardwired to do, but how good are you at looking after yourself and putting your health and happiness first? Our nurturing gene seems to have a blind spot when it comes to our own wellbeing, yet the menopause is the very time when self-care is incredibly important. “Your health in those 10 years before the menopause can actually affect how easy your transition is through it.” Wise words indeed from this month’s guest! 

In this episode I speak to Dr Louise Wiseman, a former GP, now health writer and motivator for women, whose first book “Your Best Life - A Doctor’s Secret Guide to Radiant Health Over 40” is due for release in Summer 2020. Louise has researched and written about all aspects of women’s health alongside the process of healthy ageing and has worked with specialists at the forefront of their fields. She’s interviewed 45 prolific women for the book to see how 'real women think' and what influences their attitudes to health and life over 40.  The result is a fascinating snapshot of female life now, alongside evidence-based information to empower you to live your best life possible whatever your age!

Louise and I discuss the importance of self-care and empowering women to put themselves and their health at the top of the list, because this is your time and both you and your loved ones will benefit if you’re feeling strong, happy and confident. 

For more information about Louise and the work that she does, as well as helpful resources related to this episode, check out the Show Notes on my website.
 
If you've enjoyed this episode please leave a review on Apple iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts as it helps the show get found by new listeners who will really benefit.
 
 

 

Show Notes

Do you spend most of your time thinking about and looking after other people? It’s something women seem hardwired to do, but how good are you at looking after yourself and putting your health and happiness first? Our nurturing gene seems to have a blind spot when it comes to our own wellbeing, yet the menopause is the very time when self-care is incredibly important. “Your health in those 10 years before the menopause can actually affect how easy your transition is through it.” Wise words indeed from this month’s guest! 

In this episode I speak to Dr Louise Wiseman, a former GP, now health writer and motivator for women, whose first book “Your Best Life - A Doctor’s Secret Guide to Radiant Health Over 40” is due for release in Summer 2020. Louise has researched and written about all aspects of women’s health alongside the process of healthy ageing and has worked with specialists at the forefront of their fields. She’s interviewed 45 prolific women for the book to see how 'real women think' and what influences their attitudes to health and life over 40.  The result is a fascinating snapshot of female life now, alongside evidence-based information to empower you to live your best life possible whatever your age!

Louise and I discuss the importance of self-care and empowering women to put themselves and their health at the top of the list, because this is your time and both you and your loved ones will benefit if you’re feeling strong, happy and confident. 

For more information about Louise and the work that she does, as well as helpful resources related to this episode, check out the Show Notes on my website.
 
If you've enjoyed this episode please leave a review on Apple iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts as it helps the show get found by new listeners who will really benefit.