October is World Menopause Month. Do you share these 6 common menopause symptoms? Bioidentical hormones can help so here is some practical, helpful advice.
Women ‘put up with’ the symptoms and a new study shows this is expensive in terms of their own health, and to hours lost to employers. There is help available from bioidentical hormones, but your doctor may only offer HRT.
Some women never get them, but is it ‘all in your head‘ and could your brain be responsible for those flushes?
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here are some of the reasons why!
Following on from Patrick Holford’s article earlier this week on boosting energy, here is a simple and refreshing way to recharge your batteries naturally and deliciously and keep cool!
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.
Bioidentical hormones can really help you get control of your flushes and night sweats, but these everyday tips will make a difference too.
Bioidentical hormones help rebalance you for symptom relief but knowing what can set them off can make a real difference.
It is estimated that from 30-80% of menopausal women suffer, so solutions are welcome. Hormone balance is key but could a new treatment help too?
Hot flashes can happen anywhere, anytime, but to help you stay cool for those vital match points I have a couple of simple tips. Don’t let getting overheated spoil your enjoyment but enjoy a delicious way to keep your temperature down.