Articles for topic: heart disease

 

10 Warning Signs Of A Stroke – And How To Minimise Risk

80% of strokes occur in women and the risk increases at menopause. Look for the warning signs, and what you can do to protect yourself.

 

5 Myths About Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one killer for women and protecting your heart with bioidentical progesterone is helpful but so is being aware what is true, and what isn’t. Harvard Medical School offers a handy guide.

 

The 4 Major Risk Factors For Heart Disease In Women

A new front runner for risk has emerged and that is a lack of physical activity – greater even than being overweight – and hormone balance also has a part to play in reducing that risk at menopause.

 

Natural Progesterone Reduces Hot Flushes and Is Safe for the Heart

Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.

 

Why Chocolate Is Good For Your Heart

Easter means chocolate, and although progesterone is heart protective you can help yourself twice over with a dark chocolate egg!

 

Risk Factors For Young Women Of Having A Stroke

Women have 55% more strokes than men and the rate among younger women is up by 40% due to some unique risk factors.

 

Post Menopause An Increased Risk of Breast Cancer With Hypertension Drugs

High blood pressure is common as we age, but long-term use may pose a problem for older women. Progesterone supports both blood pressure and breast health so supplementing may be the answer.

 

Eating For A Healthy Heart At Menopause

Want to know how to avoid heart disease and prevent a heart attack? Check your progesterone levels to protect heart health and make sure you have all these foods on your shopping list.

 

Natural Help For High Blood Pressure

A frequently asked question is if bioidentical natural progesterone can be used alongside hypertension medication. Yes it can, and here’s why, together with some natural help.

 
 
 
 
 
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