Do you try to diet, but often fail? There could be a very simple reason for it and it’s not about food, but about how you think about it.
Remembering when to apply your cream, and where, can sometimes be confusing but my simple guide helps make it easier to get the maximum benefit from it.
Clinical nutritionist Sophie Manolas offers some great ideas and recipes for using your everyday diet to help deal with the menopause.
Wanting to start a family is dependent on many factors and no longer confined to women in their earlier fertile years. Your chances of conceiving do decline with age but you may have more eggs left than you think.
Fibroids are common, and options offered are usually surgical or drug based. Oestrogen dominance is a factor and natural treatment is with bioidentical natural progesterone.
Cigarettes are a known risk factor for osteoporosis and bone fractures, which is why supporting bone growth with bioidentical progesterone is so important for smokers.
Like most menopausal symptoms, joint pain is typically caused by hormonal imbalance. Identifying the problem is a start, and there are some self help measures you can apply.
Are you feeling more stressed and anxious than usual? Menopause symptoms are made worse by stress, but there are some simple steps you can take to reduce and take control of it.
If you find yourself dreading going to bed as night time flushes disturb your sleep here are some tips that might help keep you cooler, and dryer.
Are you noticing signs of change that you wonder if it is perimenopause, or just natural changes as you get older? To find out what the symptoms might be, check this list.