25th May 2023 12:30 BST
Menopause affects people in different ways.
And while regular physical activity is essential for combatting its side effects, the drive to exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle during this time can often be depleted or completely nonexistent. Couple this with working on a remote site where the opportunities to exercise may be limited, and you could be caught in a vicious cycle of low motivation and unhealthy habits.
Sheona King, Level 4 Senior Health and Activity Practitioner, is on hand to help break the cycle and maximise your workout whether you’re on or offshore. In this eye-opening webinar, Sheona will discuss the most common symptoms of menopause, including hot flushes, sleepless nights and brain fog, and how committing to a consistent workout routine could be the key to better physical and mental health.
During the hour, she’ll uncover:
- How regular physical activity can help to ease menopause symptoms and reduce specific health risks
- The best types of exercise for perimenopausal and menopausal women (and the worst!)
- Steps you can take to stay safe and feel more comfortable exercising in front of your colleagues while on a remote site
- Additional steps you may need to take to help your body recover after a workout
Whether you’re going through menopause or would like to support colleagues going through it, Sheona’s talk is the ideal place to find information, practical advice, and support.
About the Speaker:
Sheona King is Company Director at Wellness Management Scotland. She has been working in corporate health and fitness since 2005. She holds a BSc (First Class) in Sports Science and an MSc in Human Nutrition. Sheona is registered as a Level 4 Senior Health and Activity Practitioner (CIMPSA) and is passionate about encouraging and motivating people to make long-term positive changes to their health and wellbeing. In her spare time, Sheona enjoys hillwalking and has just started learning to play the drums!
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