We all get confused and forgetful on occasion, and the hormone surges of menopause don’t really help. However for long-term brain health here are some simple dietary tips that help.
During menopause you may often just settle for a few uninterrupted hours, but don’t give up as rebalancing hormones and some simple changes can make all the difference.
Are you noticing signs of change that may be perimenopause, or just natural changes as you get older? To find out what the symptoms might be, check this list.
Varicose veins are easy to spot, but medical treatment is not usually available to get rid of them for purely cosmetic reasons. But could bioidentical progesterone help?
Autoimmune disorders include Lupus, Thyroid problems, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis. Bioidentical progesterone has a role to play in helping your immune system to deal with them.
Your diet can definitely make a difference to your health. Foods that can bring protection from breast cancer, osteoporosis and heart disease definitely need paying attention to.
Keeping up your fluid intake keeps you healthy and your skin looking better but what menopause symptoms might it also be linked to?
It is not something we like to talk about, but many women at menopause do experience bladder weakness. Here is why it occurs and what you can do about it.
Although bioidentical natural progesterone as a natural diuretic can help with bloating, here is another reason you may be experiencing a shift in your weight at menopause.
If your diet makes you hungry enough to want to lash out at your partner (hangry), it could be you have low blood sugar and hormone imbalance.