Articles tagged with: 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.
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.
They may be linked, but which is affecting you?
You may put it down to ‘just the menopause’ but these other causative factors may surprise you.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy suggests Mindfulness to help with stress. These simple tips help you do that.
If your heart is racing, and you don’t know why, then here are some possible reasons and solutions.
When hormonal symptoms increase we look for reasons, but stress is one of the major factors that may be responsible.
Here’s why, and how you can learn to manage it, from a nutritional point of view shared by Patrick Holford.
Are you feeling more stressed and anxious than usual? Menopause symptoms are made worse by stress, but there are some simple steps you can take to reduce and take control of it.