Menopause relief is at hand with this world-first tool for managing symptoms

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By 2025, more than one billion women will be experiencing menopause.

That's 12% of the world's population who will be experiencing night sweats, sleeping problems, mood changes, weight gain and hot flushes - and that's just a handful of symptoms.

While menopause affects 50% of the population, its treatment is undervalued and under-resourced, limiting options to manage and reclaim your body... until now.

Introducing Evia - the first therapeutic app to help manage menopause naturally, without drugs.

A dark skinned woman in her 50s with short grey hair holds a mobile phone smiling at the camera standing in front of trees with a green floral dress and cinnamon coloured cardigan. Next to her are two graphic images of iphones showing the white and blue Evia menopause app on a pale blue background
Evia is designed to help you manage menopause symptoms anywhere, any time, via a secure, personalised app. Photo: Evia

Via your phone or tablet, the Evia app allows users to manage symptoms of perimenopause and menopause through gentle, evidence-based hypnotherapy.

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Leading neuroscientist and menopause researcher Dr Gary Elkins developed the innovative app to help calm the body's stress response and self-manage hot flashes.

It offers techniques to teach your brain to manage menopause in weeks, not years.

You'll receive access to a clinically-based hypnotherapy program with 15-minute daily sessions.

You'll be guided to focus on cooling images and suggestions on how to regulate temperature – training your mind to reduce the severity and frequency of hot flushes.

The gradual practice of this gentle hypnotherapy can even help you have a better night's sleep.

How it works

Hypnotherapy works by guiding you to a deep level of focused relaxation where your mind is open to suggestions.

Clinical trials have shown hypnotherapy can reduce the frequency and severity of hot flashes by about 70-80% and the North American Menopause Society and Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RANZCOG) recommend it for managing menopausal symptoms.

During a session, you’ll be taken through relaxation exercises, and while your body relaxes, your mind will remain attentive.

A flat lay image of several iphones lying down spaced out on a white background showing the white and blue Evia menopause app
The Evia menopause app will gently take you through each step of hypnotherapy to reach a state of cool and calm. Photo: Evia

When you’re feeling calm and connected, you'll hear cooling visualisations and suggestions to manage hot flushes.

Not only do the sessions give your body time to relax and feel cool, but they also help you adjust how your brain reacts to normal temperatures.

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Evia helps from the inside out, nurturing your wellbeing and quality of life.

It's a safe first step to managing unwanted symptoms without drugs.

Evia is offering an exclusive 30% discount to discover the results for yourself.

If you just want to test the waters, you can also start a seven-day free trial.

Visit the Evia website and complete the simple online assessment to curate your program.

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