Articles for topic: hormones

 

Menopause Rearranges Women’s Fat

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.

 

Dietary Help For Breast Cancer

We are all so much more conscious of how much influence a good diet has on our health, and particularly when it comes to breast cancer.

 

Signs You Have Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal Fatigue can be a reason women are exhausted, irritable and unhappy. It is related to hormone health, so here is the bioidentical perspective on why you always feel tired and stressed.

 

5 Secret Symptoms Of A Thyroid Disorder

Severely under diagnosed and recognised, many women have symptoms of low thyroid without realising it. Treatment can include support from bioidentical natural progesterone, but first you need to know the signs.

 

Why PMS Can Strike At Any Age

Over 35? Then you could still be at risk of PMS and those symptoms you thought you had left behind long ago.

 

The Pill – Consequences of Three Generations of Hormonal Havoc

Whether for contraception, menopause symptoms, or to control heavy bleeding, women have been given artificial hormones for many years now. What is the price we have paid and how can we balance that?

 

Progesterone’s Role In Helping With UTI’s

At menopause urinary tract infections are more common, and once again it is down to the changing hormone levels, but natural help is at hand.

 

7 Key Signs to Look For In Breast Cancer

It is a regular part of most women’s routine to check their breasts for lumps or anything out of the ordinary at least once a month. The faster you identify a problem, the better your chance of successful treatment.

 

What Is Pre/Perimenopause All About?

It can be a confusing time as hormones change and various symptoms start to appear. Is it pre/perimenopause or menopause itself?

 

Does Having Your Mother’s Genes Make You Selfish?

How you behave is apparently directly related to how our female ancestors spread out through marriage, rather than staying in their home village. Who knew?

 
 
 
 
 
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