Women often ask about symptoms when they are not sure if they are menopausal or not, so do any of these apply to you?
Don’t you wish you could get rid of bloating easily? Often related to oestrogen dominance there are also some other causes that might surprise you.
Brain fog at menopause is common as hormones fluctuate, but if you are worried it may be something more serious then this may help.
Women are often concerned that their oestrogen levels are low, but it is not the actual level that is as important as where the progesterone level is in relation to it. Treating low progesterone levels is just as important when dealing with your symptoms.
Women are aware of the problems of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, but not many know of the link between hormone balance and rheumatoid arthritis.
The menopause can cause a change in hair growth on women’s faces, and heads, but getting hormone balance right and some simple tips can help.
Some common menopausal symptoms such as headaches or brain fog may certainly be hormonal, but could also be due to dehydration so here are 9 helpful ways to improve that.
At menopause it is almost a given that most women struggle with sleep. Whether through hormone imbalance, night sweats or hot flushes an uninterrupted night’s sleep may seem like a lost dream.
Sun exposure, cold temperatures, and indoor heating can all really dry your hair. So these simple tips can help keep it shiny, full and hopefully reduce hair loss too.
Vaginal dryness and discomfort is a fact of menopausal life for many women, but it is best to know exactly what you have and how to deal with it.