Gout is no laughing matter, as any sufferer can tell you, but you may be surprised to learn that for women the risk increases at menopause.
Women need both these essential female hormones throughout their lives, but sometimes you need just progesterone and sometimes a combination of the two may be more helpful for your symptoms.
Women frequently experience pelvic pain from puberty right through to post menopause, but it helps to know just what may be causing it.
Supplementing with bioidentical progesterone can help with PMS, PCOS, anovulatory cycles, irregular or heavy periods and to help with fertility, prevent miscarriage and post-natal depression.
Hormone imbalance can occur in women at any point in their lives, but as young women are maturing earlier it can bring problems much sooner.
MS is more common in women than men, and it seems hormones are also a factor. Ray Peat is a recognised expert in the field of hormone research relating to progesterone and is a prolific writer and educator on their impact and importance.
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?
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.