Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here are some of the reasons why!
Dr Tony Coope answers a question that some women ask after starting bio-identical progesterone treatment.
Cigarettes are a known risk factor for osteoporosis and bone fractures, which is why supporting bone growth with bioidentical progesterone is so important for smokers.
Following on from Patrick Holford’s article earlier this week on boosting energy, here is a simple and refreshing way to recharge your batteries naturally and deliciously!
Tiredness is a common complaint at menopause so any natural help is welcome. Hormone balance is the first step but have you considered what else you could change?
Your lifestyle may be a more important factor than you think in keeping your hormones in balance and your symptoms in check. Bioidentical natural progesterone is an important factor in this, but there is much you can do for yourself.
I have heard much that is positive and a lot that is negative and uninformed about bioidentical hormones. These questions have arisen recently in conversations so I am sharing my responses to them as they may prove helpful for you too.
Dr Andrew Weil knows all about maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and if you are worried about your weight you will want to follow his advice.
Reported in the Daily Mail last week a study claimed it can cut hip replacements and boost bone. Dr Tony Coope, an experienced private GP in bioidentical hormone usage, gives his view on why it is better for osteoporosis