We know how important hormone balance is for our health and wellbeing, but do you know why?
Low libido can be due to many causes, and progesterone does stimulate sex drive in women, but there is also a hidden factor in your everyday life that may be having an effect too.
Diabetes risk can increase at menopause, and make it more difficult to manage if you are already diagnosed. Here are some helpful tips on how to reduce that risk and recognise the signs.
If you are feeling things are changing, but not quite sure what it is, then check if you are perimenopausal or just responding to illness, stress or lifestyle changes.
Bioidentical progesterone is essential to balance excess oestrogen but getting out in the sun can also help. It seems women with good levels of vitamin D are 32% less likely to develop fibroids.
Bioidentical hormones have an important role to play in womens health and here are some of the reasons why.
Hormone fluctuations may be among the trigger factors for migraines in women.
There are three major health risks for women, and some simple changes will help reduce that and improve your health.
Many women at menopause can suffer from an under-active thyroid and it often goes undiagnosed. Progesterone supports thyroid function and can help you lose weight.