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.
As part of my ongoing research into womens hormone health, I come across some interesting information from other practitioners. Lara Briden is well known in Australia and she shares her views with us on 3 key elements and what to do about them.
Ovarian cancer is mainly found in women over 50, so menopause is a key time to check your own risk factors.
We may think we know all about menopause, but you might be surprised by some of the information here. Being prepared is always the best way forward.
We know they can be a pain – literally – but they can impact your whole quality of life unless prevented or treated. Tackling oestrogen dominance is the first place to start.
‘The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido’ has some ideas to help brighten up your life and lift your libido.
Why hitting menopause can suddenly cause extra weight is not a mystery and you can do something to help reduce it.
Progesterone is known to elevate mood but if you are also Vitamin D deficient – as most of us are – then improving that will also make a big difference.
More women are experiencing hot flushes post menopause and the good news is that progesterone really does make a difference to your symptoms, whatever your age.
At perimenopause increased bleeding can become more common as oestrogen dominance and hormone imbalance start being experienced. Knowing why it is happening, and what you can do about it, can make a lot of difference.