Brain fog or freeze isn’t something you will find in medical books, but is a term used for certain symptoms that can affect your ability to think.
Many women experience hormone related to use it in pregnancy, but you may not know that it can also occur in menopause as well.
Thought of as an older persons problem, osteoporosis is now a threat to the younger generation and it is their diet that could be to blame.
A French study has identified an increased risk for menopausal women on oral oestrogen-only Hormone Replacement Therapy and the possibility of gallbladder surgery.
Vaginal discomfort can have a number of causes, but the first step is to be willing to discuss it and get help.
At menopause women are more at risk of heart disease, but there are some simple menu swaps that can make a difference to your heart’s health.
Guess what – it seems it is our hormones again! ‘Brain fog’ is a common feature of menopause and having a hysterectomy can also increase your risk so check here what you need to know and how bioidentical hormones can help.
Do you try to diet, but often fail? There could be a very simple reason for it and it’s not about food, but about how you think about it.
Throughout their lives women can experience spotting or bleeding. Here are some of the common reasons it occurs and when you may need to do something about it.
Botox is best known for its use (not always successfully) in the beauty industry but can depression really be helped by this controversial treatment?