There are four steps to a natural menopause. They are: reducing stress as this affects the endocrine system that controls hormone balance, blood sugar levels, energy levels and calcium balance; using essential fatty acids so that the body can produce…
Check out our eight top tips to beat the menopause without resorting to HRT: Eat a variety of foods and increase your intake of plant foods. This increases the number of different phyto chemicals you ingest and decreases the likelihood…
You are 25 years old and you have severe fibroids, you have a hysterectomy to cure the problem. The hysterectomy removes your womb and cervix, thank god you think no more periods or cervical smears.
A well known impact of the menopause, is often problems with memory and there has been some indication that the onset of Alzheimers Disease is affected by the loss of oestrogen following natural or surgical menopause.
Researchers have followed 16,000 women including those of Chinese, Japanese, African and Hispanic origin and have found that their experiences of the menopause are very different.
Researchers in the United States have found that monkeys whose ovaries are removed eat 67 percent more food and gain 5 percent of body weight in just a few weeks.
Three thousand and five hundred and thirteen women aged 60-79 years were included in this British heart study, they did not include those who had undergone a surgical menopause.
Researchers in Boston, USA, are apparently overturning the accepted fact that women are born with all the eggs they will ever have and gradually lose them over the period of their fertile life.
As hormones change for women in the menopause, many complain about hot flushes, irritability, and other symptoms. However, new research says something as simple as increasing your exercise may help.
Women seeking to reduce the number and severity of menopausal symptoms may be offered a brand new treatment that is also thought to help build stronger bones.