We know many women find menopause a stressful time, and a new survey seems to confirm that and two of them share their experience of it.
There are many signs of hormone imbalance, but some of them can be remedied with simple changes.
Women get protection from their hormones for reducing heart attack risk, and it is progesterone that makes the difference.
Still trying to remember where you put your glasses and making more lists then ever to try and remember what you need to do? Here’s how to help slow that memory decline.
What are you most noticing about menopause? The weight gain, the thinning hair or perhaps those mood changes or something else entirely?
Anxiety and moodiness are often very common at menopause, and it can lead to depression in many cases. Professional help may be needed, but some everyday tips may help you cope.
A French study has identified an increased risk for menopausal women on oral oestrogen-only Hormone Replacement Therapy and the possibility of gallbladder surgery.
Vaginal discomfort can have a number of causes, but the first step is to be willing to discuss it and get help.
Guess what – it seems it is our hormones again! ‘Brain fog’ is a common feature of menopause and having a hysterectomy can also increase your risk so check here what you need to know and how bioidentical hormones can help.
When your hormones are disrupted abruptly it can bring all kinds of changes but there is evidence that supplementing with bioidentical natural hormones immediately after a hysterectomy can bring real improvements in health and memory.