The 2022 Menopause Success Summit took place in October at the Johnstown estate in Meath.
We’re sharing our key takeaways and exploring the impact of menopause on your bone health.
The second Menopause Summit of 2022 took place at the stunning Johnstown Estate in Meath, Ireland.
Hosted by Catherine O’Keefe (Wellness Warrior), the event was a fantastic opportunity for to hear from a wide range of knowledgeable speakers on menopause-related topics including:
The event was also a great opportunity for us to help raise more awareness of the links between menopause and your bone health, and exhibit the Marodyne LiV device as a natural treatment option. For those of you who couldn’t join us at the event, we’ll give a quick recap of some key facts:
The hormones oestrogen and progesterone have a close relationship with your bones…
During menopause, your bodies levels of these hormones sharply drop. This reduces your bone density and puts you at an increased risk of developing osteoporosis and osteopenia.
The good news is there’s lots you can do to look after your bone density. In our guide to Menopause and Osteoporosis, we take a deeper dive into the facts, including what you can do to reduce your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Low-intensity Vibration therapy is a natural way to improve your bone density and prevent and combat osteoporosis.
The therapy works by using a gentle, precisely calibrated signal which activates the mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in your bones. These cells respond positively to these signals and start to produce bone rather than fat.
Overtime, this increases your bone density and works to improve your circulation and muscle strength. Each session only takes 10 minutes a day and can be fitted easily into even the busiest of schedules.
Find out more about the Marodyne LiV device
Visit the Wellness Warrior site for information about upcoming events and other menopause resources.
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Catherine’s new book, ‘All You Need to Know About Menopause’ releases later next month. Available for preorder now.
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Download our free guide to menopause and osteoporosis. In it we explain why menopause increases your risk of osteoporosis and what you can do to help minimise that risk.
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