Bloating is sadly all too common at menopause, but there are more reasons for it than you might think.
Progesterone is a natural anti-inflammatory and so are many remedies you may not have considered.
If your heart is racing, and you don’t know why, then here are some possible reasons and solutions.
You may be feeling overwhelmed, but menopause does pass and in the meantime here are a few suggestions on dealing with the worse of the symptoms.
It is often claimed that there is no research on progesterone, but studies from France and America show real benefit for women.
You know what the problem is but did you realise your diet could be making it worse?
Part of staying healthy throughout life is to look after your bones, and here are some simple ways to do that.
At menopause high blood pressure becomes more common, for a variety of reasons, but your diet plays a part in reducing it.
We can all experience mood swings throughout our lives, but at menopause they can seem to be much worse.
Everyone has forgetful moments, and it may be your hormones or something else.