Articles for topic: Menopause
The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido as some ideas to help brighten up your life and lift your libido.
Ovarian cancer is mainly found in women over 50, so menopause is a key time to check your own risk factors. Reducing stress levels is a key element according to new research.
Are you having signs of menopause, or is it just a temporary symptom? Knowing what to look for means you can start to take action.
Oestrogen dominance and a diet high in trans-unsaturated fats carries a greater likelihood of developing endometriosis, a common condition at perimenopause. Rebalancing with progesterone can help reduce the risk.
Bladder infections, or cystitis, are bacterial infections which unfortunately are all too common with the menopause. Hormone balance plays a part, but you can help yourself as well.
Like most menopausal symptoms, joint pain is typically caused by hormonal imbalance. Identifying the problem is a start, and there are some self help measures you can apply.
Wanting to lose weight can be a minefield and bloating is a major problem at menopause. As well as using bioidentical natural progesterone to help reduce it, you could add in these other great little helpers.
Your bladder can start to present problems at menopause as sneezing, laughing, increased urgency and frequent night calls can disturb your sleep and your peace of mind.
HRT use has been linked to breast cancer and heart disease, but new studies indicate that there could also be an additional risk for ovarian cancer at menopause.
Menopause changes many aspects of our lives from our appearance to our health, but these common symptoms do have solutions.