Menopause is an interesting enough, never mind life-changing, experience at the best of times, but experiencing menopause when you’re in your 30’s?
In this conversation, I talk to Gayle Palmer, Osteopath, who found herself embroiled in full on menopause just a year after she got married.
The pros and cons of HRT and why most women stay on HRT for far longer than they should
Listen to the podcast and find out more about this hilarious woman and her experiences with menopause at a young age.
Today's Guest: Gayle Palmer
Chichester’s leading Female Osteopath
Gayle Palmer began her Osteopathic career in 1991 and treats clients from pre-conception to +100 years!
Her particular interests are obs and gynae, paediatrics and geriatric / palliative care.
Her practice is varied and along with that comes a wide knowledge of techniques and associated therapies.
Her interests include racing a classic yacht regularly, organic gardening and design, designing and building houses / clinics and walking her Standard Poodle.
She runs a couple of self catering holiday home rentals on the South coast of the UK near Chichester.
A few years ago, Gayle created some courses to help seniors and their families to get their “stuff” organised.
Called Great Guidelines for Later Life they were designed to help her own Mum and family with all areas of their lives but they can help everyone get the juice out of life whilst clearing up and simplifying life’s debris.
A step-by-step guide to creating order, peace and direction for the rest of your life and beyond, for seniors and their families.
It’s difficult to think ahead, get all the aspects of life covered and sorted and not miss something out.
It can be even harder to help someone else do this for themselves – whether you are family, a carer or professional.
Great Guidelines looks at 12 main areas of getting older – from your home, health to death itself. Each module is whole and complete in itself and each person will find their own areas where they are challenged the most. As a whole, the programme helps guide and inform, clear and create the life you truly want and deserve.
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