Hot Flushes

What Causes Hot Flushes During Menopause?

Is it ‘all in your head‘ and is your brain really responsible for starting those flushes? Some answers, and some help from bioidentical hormones.

A Simple Tip To Cool Down A Hot Flush

Hot flushes need a variety of help from bioidentical hormones to a simple technique that can help just when you need it most – when a flush is coming on.

How To Cool Down Those Hot Flushes

Hot flushes can ruin your day, or night, and bioidentical hormones will get you back on track, but there could be another way to help you beat them and that is in the kitchen!

Run For Your Life?

Exercise helps us lose weight and stay healthy but running is not usually the first thought at menopause! To increase your longevity and help balance your hormones is it time to consider it?

10 Steps to Hormone Health in 2015

New Year resolutions are something we often make, and more frequently break, but if you want some simple tips to stay hormone healthy then these might just keep you on track.

The 3 Most Important Steps to Boost Brain Function

Forgetting things more than usual? There are a number of factors that can cause increased memory problems and some of them might surprise you. Write them down before you forget!

Hot Flushes Untreated In Most Women

Women ‘put up with’ the symptoms and a new study shows this is expensive in terms of their own health, and to hours lost to employers. There is help available from bioidentical hormones, but your doctor may only offer HRT.

Caffeine = Hot Flush?

Hot flushes can have many causes and caffeine, whether in a hot cappuccino or a cold cola, can trigger a flush. Knowing this, you can avoid it, and take steps to ‘flush-proof’ yourself as much as possible.

Why Greens Are Good For Your Heart

Heart disease is more common in menopausal women than generally realised. Protection comes from bioidentical progesterone but simply ‘greening’ your diet can make a difference too.

Could Chronic Pain Treatment Help Hot Flushes?

It is estimated that from 30-80% of menopausal women suffer, so solutions are welcome. Hormone balance is key but could a new treatment help too?

 
 
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