Articles for topic: stress
Women are occasionally still told that menopause symptoms are ‘all in their head’ but a study provides the first new insights into how they may indeed arise in the brain. You can’t think them away, but bioidentical hormones can help.
Christmas, or any other big family occasion, can definitely be stressful but these ten tips will help.
Eating when you don’t need to, or want to, may have a number of explanations.
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.
Women, especially those over age 50, are more likely to have hypothyroidism and often the symptoms are missed because they are seen as just part of what you can expect at menopause.
When hormonal symptoms increase we look for reasons, but stress is one of the major factors that may be responsible.
This is a preliminary piece of research, but valuable information for those at risk.
Teenagers and young women are exposed now to more and more oestrogens from the environment, diet and the Pill which can all affect mood, but how can you safely help them?