Feeling woozy all the time plus OCD seems to be ramping up is Peri the cause?

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Hi Ladies, Hope all is well with you all? I've had Peri for the last couple of years and I was diagnosed with mild OCD years ago but it didn't seem to worry me ...I've noticed in the last few weeks that my OCD has ramped up, obsessing over checking keys, pockets when doing laundry etc also I have noticed more panic attacks in certain situations plus the feeling I can't breathe & feeling like my blood is boiling inside especially when cuddling my hubby during lovemaking foreplay ( thankfully it's maybe once a week lol) it feels like I'm going to pass out... This is all down to the Perimenopause right???? Just when you think you know whats happening damn Peri adds something else to the mix... Have any of you ladies had any of this happen to you? Also have any of you started on any juices that seems to help the Peri symptoms, am thinking of getting a juicer for christmas and wondered what the kind of juices to try..  Take care everyone. Anna x

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    Hi anna ,im the same use fresh ginger in smoothie, this is one i make  frozen blueberries,wheatgrass, cocoa powder,( cocoa powder quite bitter use small teaspoon) filter water if you can, rice milk with calcium, half a banana and kale ,add what you like but i find ginger helps and try to stay away from dairy use rice milk . I have warm lemon water in the morning then smoothie at 11am helps me a lot it might help you i have improved since i cut out wheat as well , this works for me hope it works for you try for 2 weeks let me know  good luck sweetie 

                                                 karen x

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    try non alcahol beer in the evening  i feel  the hops seem to keep me calmer the next day you can buy hop tea to have at night before bet have with honey bit bitter
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