How can I protect my Brain and Lower Stress during Menopause? – Meno Angel
How can I protect my Brain and Lower Stress during Menopause?

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How can I protect my Brain and Lower Stress during Menopause?

The pressure on an increasingly demanding work culture in the UK is one of the biggest contributors to stress among the general population and at its highest when you are going through menopause.

While traditional working hours are 37 hours a week, the recent and dramatic rise in Britain's working hours suggests it has increased. 20.1% of the UK working population work 45 hours or more per week.

In the UK, 70 million days are lost from work each year due to mental ill health (i.e. anxiety, depression and stress-related conditions), making it the leading cause of sickness absence.

Men seek escape when confronted by stress. 

Men compartmentalise and repress their feelings in an effort to get away from the dilemma. They change the subject through diversions, such as sports and clubs. They do not, however, emote or discuss their feelings, but would rather hit that tennis or golf ball, pump weights or hit a punch bag - be competitive, or just go for a run.

Women on the other hand are much more comfortable talking to a professional or having a rant to a friend.

"A problem shared is a problem halved"

It's nothing to be ashamed of to seek help and advice to help you tackle stress and get better.

"Fortunately, there are natural options with incredible health benefits - Ginkgo Biloba."

Ginkgo, or maidenhair, is a tree native to China, sometimes referred to as a living fossil it has been repeatedly evaluated for its ability to reduce anxiety, stress and other symptoms associated with cognitive decline associated with ageing.

Ginkgo contains high levels of flavonoids and terpenoids, which are compound known for their strong antioxidant effect.  Antioxidants combat or neutralise the damaging effects of free radicals.

These positive results again could be related to the role that Ginkgo may play in improving blood flow to the brain, rising claims to improved memory, focus and attention span.  Some studies also support the notion that supplementing with Ginkgo may increase mental performance and perceived well-being. A study of 170 people treated with ginkgo showed a 45% greater reduction in anxiety compared with a placebo group.

We combine Ginkgo Biloba with Lion's Mane Mushroom, L-Theanine and Rhodiola Rosea - all scientifically proven to improve mood, fight fatigue and lower stress, it is one of the Natural Ingredients of Halo Menopause Relief formulated to improve Focus, Cognition, Motivation, Memory, Mood and Mental Energy

A powerful 100% natural menopause solution.

Find a way to incorporate Ginkgo Biloba into your life!


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