Articles for topic: anxiety
Most women think that post menopause their troubling hormonal symptoms will disappear, but sadly this is not true for everyone.
Eating when you don’t need to, or want to, may have a number of explanations.
During menopause, your hormone levels change and some studies have shown that IBS symptoms symptoms worsen then and that perimenopause can trigger the onset of IBS.
Mood swings, sudden tears or even anger are not unusual at menopause. So what can you do about it?
Many women find themselves more anxious at menopause and Andrew Weil, MD has some interesting thoughts on just what form that anxiety can take.
Stress and anxiety can make any of your hormonal symptoms worse, so maybe one of these ideas could help calm you down.
They may be linked, but which is affecting you?
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy suggests Mindfulness to help with stress. These simple tips help you do that.
Mood swings can occur from puberty to post menopause, but what’s behind them?
Menopause seems to see an increase in worry and anxiety and it can take several forms.