Articles for topic: Menopause
Most women experience this at some point, but do you know why?
Mood swings can occur from puberty to post menopause, but what’s behind them?
Going to the loo more often may mean weakening pelvic muscles and Kegel could help that.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) was tested to treat menopause symptoms but could it work for you?
If you feel your bladder is out of control, here’s some practical help.
Whatever your worst symptom is, you can always find some help.
Menopause and stress incontinence, or a leaky or irritable bladder, seem to go together. But you could help yourself by looking at your diet.
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.
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.