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Meg Mathews: The 10 tips that have helped me through my menopausal years

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Since 2018, Meg Mathews has been one of the UK’s foremost menopause campaigners, determined to use her profile to end the stigma surrounding it.

In her Stella magazine column, she reveals what she’s learnt. This week: the routine that helps ease her menopause symptoms.Over the years I have tried anything and everything to help my menopause feel easier.

Along the way, I’ve discovered some golden nuggets which I’m going to share with you here. I know it’s not for everybody but it works for me.

If you want to try fasting, a good place to start is not eating between 8pm and 8am. I feel that I get more energised from intermittent fasting, which sounds strange but I believe it gives my body a chance to rest and repair.

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