From foundation to shower gel and shampoo your daily beauty routine could be undermining your hormone balance. Many women turn to natural progesterone to restore that balance, but what can you do to prevent it?
Autoimmune disorders include Lupus, Thyroid problems, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis. Bioidentical progesterone has a role to play in helping your immune system to deal with them.
Keeping up your fluid intake keeps you healthy and your skin looking better but what menopause symptoms might it also be linked to?
Approximately 1 in 3000 babies are born each year with an under-developed thyroid gland and 2-4% of pregnant mothers are affected by thyroid disease.
Studies have shown that the average age of puberty is falling fast. Phytoestrogens present in food are boosting oestrogen levels in the population at large and could partly explain this phenomenon in young women.
Dry eye symptoms go along with other menopausal signs of “drying,” such as sore joints and dry vaginal tissue, but we don’t usually associate this with hormone imbalance.
It is not something we like to talk about, but many women at menopause do experience bladder weakness. Here is why it occurs and what you can do about it.
Women really only have two hormones to worry about. They are oestrogen and progesterone and they dominate our lives from puberty to post menopause.
Although bioidentical natural progesterone as a natural diuretic can help with bloating, here is another reason you may be experiencing a shift in your weight at menopause.
I have heard much that is positive and a lot that is negative and uninformed about bioidentical hormones. There are some common fictions that arise, so I am sharing my responses to them as they may prove helpful for you too.