Anxiety and moodiness are often very common at menopause, and it can lead to depression in many cases. Professional help may be needed, but some everyday tips may help you cope.
Life is just sometimes more stressful than we can easily cope with, but did you know some simple everyday changes could help make a difference?
Endometriosis has been in the news as it is being under diagnosed, but do you know what to look for?
Are you noticing more hair on your brush, and thinning patches on your scalp? Some hair loss may be expected, but there are things you can do to help.
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 nausea in pregnancy, but you may not know that it can also occur in menopause as well.
Vaginal discomfort can have a number of causes, but the first step is to be willing to discuss it and get help.
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.
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?