It can happen at any time, and the changes at menopause mean you can suffer vaginal dryness and discomfort – but help is available.
Mood swings and anxiety are common at menopause so knowing when it needs attention and how to help yourself can make a major difference.
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.
Over 35? Then you could still be at risk of PMS and those symptoms you thought you had left behind long ago.
Menopause is not one thing, it is an ever changing journey and that means symptoms are not constant but why is it happening to you?
Dropping hormone levels at menopause affect your whole digestive system, and can worsen or trigger IBS symptoms. Here are 10 simple ways to help yourself.
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here are some of the reasons why!
Diabetes is increasing generally in the population and weight gain at menopause can be a factor. If you are diabetic pre-menopause it can make things worse and there are ways to help reduce the risk for everyone.
The hormonal changes that occur at menopause, including oestrogen dominance, can increase the likelihood of fibroids developing, but there are some simple steps you can take to minimise your risk.
Are you putting on weight, or getting tender breasts? There are many signs of oestrogen dominance and hormone imbalance so check the list to see what may be affecting you.