Are you in perimenopause, or menopause itself? Here’s how to find out.
When hormonal symptoms increase we look for reasons, but stress is one of the major factors that may be responsible.
These are two distressing hormonal conditions that affect many women, but do you know the difference between them?
At menopause high blood pressure becomes more common, for a variety of reasons, but your diet plays a part in reducing it.
Every year, strokes kill twice as many women as breast cancer. What’s more, women can have different stroke symptoms than men.
Women at risk for osteoporosis and osteopenia can do a lot to help themselves, and diet is a good first step.
We can all experience mood swings throughout our lives, but at menopause they can seem to be much worse.
Do you find it harder to get to sleep? Or is the problem that you are wide awake in the early hours? Menopause does disrupt sleep patterns so these handy tips can help.
This is a preliminary piece of research, but valuable information for those at risk.
Mood swings and anxiety are common at menopause so knowing when it needs attention and how to help yourself can make a major difference.