Over many years of speaking and writing about natural hormones I have heard much that is positive and a lot that is negative and uninformed. These questions come up frequently in my conversations with women so I am sharing my responses as they may prove helpful for you too.
Keep forgetting things, or just not as sharp as you used to be? It may be your age, but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve things and just reading a book might be the answer.
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Muscle problems approaching menopause are often related to hormonal changes. Good hormone balance is essential to avoid chronic pain and serious injuries.
Research has shown interesting links between the reproductive patterns of humans and some types of whales.
Well not all doctors as those like Dame Dr Shirley Bond and Dr Tony Coope who are experienced in the use of natural hormones don’t find it baffling as they know there is a simple explanation – though not a widely accepted one.
Testosterone is often in the news, but although it can be helpful, there are many precautions associated it with. However, it can have a more subtle effect on behaviour than previously thought.
Have you wondered just why menopause has such an impact in our lives, both physically and emotionally? Our changing hormone levels dictate both our moods and our symptoms but why does it happen?
Low libido can be due to many causes, and progesterone does stimulate sex drive in women, but there is also a hidden factor in your everyday life that may be having an effect too.
Women looking to have a baby later in life need to consider the effect of endometriosis on fertility. Linked to oestrogen dominance, it can be helped by diet and supplementary bioidentical progesterone to relieve symptoms.