A good night’s sleep is vital for good health and at menopause low progesterone levels impact both sleep and mood.
Keeping your heart healthy with progesterone is a great start, but knowing your ‘heart age’ with a free online assessment could help you see if are at risk.
Medical options are limited but there is a simple natural treatment that your doctor may not know about it, and that is bioidentical natural progesterone.
There are many reasons for keeping an eye on your weight, but those extra pounds can wear down your bones so good hormone balance and being proactive will definitely help.
Muscle problems approaching menopause are often related to hormonal changes. Good hormone balance is essential to avoid chronic pain and serious injuries.
The Pill has been associated with health risks before, but it is more dangerous for overweight women due to the synthetic progestin (artificial progesterone) it contains.
If your flushes are furious and your sweats are serious it may be as simple as eliminating stress in order to get back on track.
Is it ‘all in your head‘ and is your brain really responsible for starting those flushes? Some answers, and some help from bioidentical hormones.
It was National Stress Awareness Day on 7 November, and sadly our hormones are the first place we feel the result of stress. Progesterone helps elevate mood, but there are some other simple steps you can take to keep control of your stress.
Dealing with oestrogen dominance will help with weight, but in time for Christmas you may want to lose a few more pounds. If fasting isn’t something you have thought of, then Patrick Holford has a plan to help that makes it easier.