Lorraine Miano

Lorraine Miano

Health & Hormone Coach, US

Lorraine Miano discovered her passion of offering menopause advocacy, support and resources to women in all phases of menopause through health coaching, proper nutrition and preventive lifestyle choices.

She received her certifications as a Health Coach and hormone health expert from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

She has been able to help even more women by writing and publishing her first book, The Magic of Menopause: A Holistic Guide to Get Your Happy Back!

The book helps guide women through the struggles they face as they begin menopause and helps tackle the daily changes such as balancing hormones holistically, getting a better night’s sleep and reducing or eliminating hot flashes, to name a few. Lorraine loves to encourage her clients with her mantra “Menopause is NOT and ending! IT IS a new beginning!”

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Did you know that one of the lesser known symptoms of menopause is dry eyes?
As people age, tear production decreases. Being older than 50 increases your risk of dry eyes, regardless of your sex.

Postmenopausal women, however, are particularly prone to dry eyes. Sex hormones like androgens and estrogen could be responsible, as they affect tear production in some way.

You can decrease your risk of dry eyes by avoiding environmental triggers. Things that lead to tear evaporation include:

dry winter air
wind
outdoor activities like skiing, running, and boating
air-conditioning
contact lenses
allergies

Some over the counter and prescribed meds could help, but these alternative ways should be considered also: * Limit your screen time. If you work at a computer all day, remember to take breaks. *Close your eyes for a few minutes, or blink repeatedly for a few seconds..
*Avoid triggers. Irritants like smoke and pollen can make your symptoms more severe, as can activities like biking and boating.
*Try a humidifier. Keeping the air in your home or office moist may help.
*Eat right. A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin A can encourage healthy tear production.
*Avoid contact lenses. Contact lenses can make dry eyes worse. Talk to your doctor about switching to glasses or specially designed contact lenses.
**Protect your eyes. Sunglasses that wrap around the face can block wind and dry air. They can help when you’re running or biking.

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30% Off Prescription Lenses
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10% Sitewide
5% Off Contact Lenses

Grab a pair today to protect your eyes, while protecting your pocketbook too! 
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Did you know that one of the lesser known symptoms of menopause is dry eyes? As people age, tear production decreases. Being older than 50 increases your risk of dry eyes, regardless of your sex. Postmenopausal women, however, are particularly prone to dry eyes. Sex hormones like androgens and estrogen could be responsible, as they affect tear production in some way. You can decrease your risk of dry eyes by avoiding environmental triggers. Things that lead to tear evaporation include: dry winter air wind outdoor activities like skiing, running, and boating air-conditioning contact lenses allergies Some over the counter and prescribed meds could help, but these alternative ways should be considered also: * Limit your screen time. If you work at a computer all day, remember to take breaks. *Close your eyes for a few minutes, or blink repeatedly for a few seconds.. *Avoid triggers. Irritants like smoke and pollen can make your symptoms more severe, as can activities like biking and boating. *Try a humidifier. Keeping the air in your home or office moist may help. *Eat right. A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin A can encourage healthy tear production. *Avoid contact lenses. Contact lenses can make dry eyes worse. Talk to your doctor about switching to glasses or specially designed contact lenses. **Protect your eyes. Sunglasses that wrap around the face can block wind and dry air. They can help when you’re running or biking. GOOD NEWS! You can protect those peepers now! @smartbuyglasses is offering these discounts on their site: Smartbuyglasses.com: 30% Off Prescription Lenses 35% Off Progressive Lenses 10% Sitewide 5% Off Contact Lenses Grab a pair today to protect your eyes, while protecting your pocketbook too! #smartbuyglasses #dryeyes #menopause #perimenopause #menopausesymptoms #perimenopausesymptoms #themagicofmenopause #sunglasses #protectyourpeepers #menopausesupport #menopauserelief #livinghealthylist #kuellife #knowtribe #wegohealth #lorrainemiano #hormones #healthyhormones #happyhormones #eyeglasses #influencer #menopauseadvocate #perimenopausehub #hormonecoach #healthcoach #womenshealth #protectyoureyes
Time on your hands?
If you are a woman who is seeking holistic guidance for navigating Perimenopause and Menopause, I've got ya covered! 
Some recent reviews:
Time on your hands? If you are a woman who is seeking holistic guidance for navigating Perimenopause and Menopause, I've got ya covered! Some recent reviews: "What a fun, refreshing, and joyful take on a time of life that most of us dread. This little gem of a book is peppered with information, tips, and inspiration for any woman who is going through big hormonal changes".--Sophie Uliano, NY Times Best Selling author of "Gorgeously Green". "A positive and enjoyable approach to managing the physical and emotional challenges of the menopause transition. Ms. Miano approaches women's attitudes and adjustments to the physical changes and symptoms of menopause as an exercise in positivity and self-determination. As the reader is taken on a journey through anxiety, stress, hot flashes, sex and sleep issues, there are many suggestions of philosophical approaches that maximize quality of life. Ms. Miano artfully weaves descriptions of menopause physiology with women's personal stories. " - The North American Menopause Society by Penny Z. Castellano, MD, FACOG, NCMP Associate Director and Chief Medical Officer The Emory Clinic and Emory Specialty Associates, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta GA "Are you fed up with dealing with hot flashes, night sweats, and roller coaster mood swings and are looking for ways to alleviate those symptoms without hormone therapy? If so, there's a new book out there you should read which is called "The Magic of Menopause...A Holistic Guide to Get Your Happy Back!" The author has written this book with a dash of humor and fun. This book is loaded with information about menopause and how to deal with symptoms holistically."-Red Hot Mamas.org *LINK IN BIO* @sophieuliano @redhotmamas @menopause_society @wegohealth #themagicofmenopause #menopause #perimenopause #holistichealth #womenshealth #menopausesupport #menopauserelief #nomorehotflashes #hotflashes #author #menopauseadvocate #patientleader #healthcoach #hormonecoach #happyhormones #hormonebalance #influencer #brandambassador #perimenopausehub #livinghealthylist #kuellife #makingmenopausemagical #perimenopausesymptoms #lorrainemiano #menopausefairygodmother