The New York Times reported on how best to tackle menopausal symptoms, and transdermal progesterone gets a thumbs up. If you want to know why applying to the skin is more effective than other methods read on ..
Thrush is something that can occur in women throughout their lives, and it is linked to oestrogen dominance. Menopause does not mean no more attacks, so find out how to minimise your chances of it occurring.
A recent report has found that women using hormone replacement, and experiencing more severe migraines, may have an increased stroke risk. Heart disease is a major health concern at menopause and hormone balance is one way to tackle it.
Despite what you may think chocolate has many health benefits, including staying slim, so let’s see what they are.
Many women at menopause use the contraceptive Pill or Coil to help control heavy bleeding. The synthetic hormones these contain are not the same as the natural hormones and have very different effects.
If you are starting to be concerned about changes you are noticing in your body at menopause, one particular area is one you are least likely to get help for, or mention to your doctor.
Many women have symptoms of low thyroid without realising it. Treatment can include support from bioidentical natural progesterone, but first you need to know what to look for.
High blood pressure is common during menopause and naturally reducing it will help with weight loss and lowering your risk for diabetes, strokes and heart disease.
Are you seeing signs of perimenopause? Symptoms are not always obvious and can be related to other conditions so if you are not sure this handy checklist and helpful tips can help.
Need a little boost to help your menopause symptoms? What about a nice cup of tea and a slice of delicious cake that has all the ingredients you need for that little something extra.