Low progesterone affects the menstrual cycle, so knowing when you are vulnerable could help you cope better with mood swings.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by life, it may not be something you are doing but that you are being affected by without knowing. Let Nutritionist Patrick Holford explain more.
Women do often become more anxious at menopause, but did you realise that some things in your diet can make it worse?
Progesterone is known to elevate mood but if you are also Vitamin D deficient – as most of us are – then improving that will also make a big difference.
Here’s how to help yourself every day by looking at common items that can bring you down.
As the Daily Mail headline said ‘From black moods to crippling anxiety and exhaustion: Why do so few GPs realise the run-up to the menopause can be worse than the real thing?’
Women need both these essential female hormones throughout their lives, but sometimes you need just progesterone and sometimes a combination of the two may be more helpful for your symptoms.
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.
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