More women are experiencing hot flushes post menopause and the good news is that progesterone really does make a difference to your symptoms, whatever your age.
Thinking of a peaceful beach and a cooling breeze might help with your flushes, but knowing why they are happening is just as important.
If you are experiencing hot flushes it can help to know why so you can get to grips with the most effective way to tackle them.
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here’s why they occur.
Women are occasionally still told that menopause symptoms are ‘all in their head’ but a study provides the first new insights into how they may indeed arise in the brain. You can’t think them away, but bioidentical hormones can help.
There are 3 key areas to watch out for when dealing with flushes. Bioidentical hormones help rebalance you for symptom relief but knowing what can set them off can make a real difference.
Hot flushes can strike at any time, so if you don’t have a fan handy then this simple tip might help.
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here are some of the reasons why!
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.
The New York Times reported on how best to tackle menopausal symptoms, and transdermal progesterone gets a thumbs up. If you want to know why applying to the skin is more effective than other methods read on ..