You may know how important hormone balance is for our health and wellbeing, but do you know why?
We can all suffer from some ‘brain fog’ at menopause due to fluctuating hormones, but when might it be something more serious?
Low progesterone affects the menstrual cycle, so knowing when you are vulnerable could help you cope better with mood swings.
When we don’t get enough sleep, it affects us in so many different ways. Here are some helpful tips that might help you.
There are certain changes at menopause that are obvious, but others may not be so clear.
Any changes in the breast are always best to be checked. If you are experiencing pain, this may help answer some of your questions.
Summer is the ideal time to diet, as we are less likely to turn to the heavy, rich, comfort foods that we love so much in the winter.
Getting older is inevitable, but how we deal with it isn’t.
Lara Briden is a health blogger with a particular interest in PMS so here are some of her helpful tips.
My colleague Dame Dr Shirley Bond has given one of the best and simplest outlines of what this condition really is so I thought it would be helpful to share it with you.