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Hypothalamic Amenorrhea

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea (HA) accounts for nearly 30% of secondary amenorrhea in young premenopausal women. Management of HA requires a balancing act - with considerations of hormonal influences from nutritional status, exercise & stress.
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Learning Outcomes

Timely diagnosis and multidisciplinary approach to treatment of HA is crucial in avoiding the long-term health consequences - on fertility and bone health, in addition to reducing acutely struggles with mental health & body image.
1 - Be able to identify common symptoms and screen for Hypothalamic Amenorrhea

2 - Distinguish between Hypothalamic Amenorrhea and PCOS presentations

3 - Understand the multidisciplinary approach to treatment (GP, Gynaecologist/Endocrinologist, Dietitian, Exercise Physiologist, Psychologist)

4 -  How to successfully modify relevant lifestyle factors related to your area of expertise

5 - Understand the pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of H.A 

Course Lessons

Meet the instructor

Sarah Liz King

Sarah is a Health At Every Size (HAES) Exercise Physiologist and health coach who uses scientific fact and her personal journey to empower other women to develop a permanent positive relationship with food and their bodies.Intuitive Eating coupled with mindful movement methods are the core of every service & all education Sarah offers.

Her primary belief is to ‘unlearn’ everything about diet culture, and instead focuses on nourishing body and mind with scientific facts to build foundations for a life of realness, not just wellness.An absolute light beam of energy and knowledge, Sarah’s message is crisp with a side of kick ass, making everyone fall in love with the power of science by simply listening to their own bodies.

Find Sarah at @sarahlizking on Instagram.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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