There is plenty you can do to limit the negative effects of the menopause on your health and wellbeing.
There are things you can do to minimise the impact of pre-menstrual syndrome, with lifestyle changes such as physical activity and diet some of the most effective steps you can take.
Have you experienced very heavy periods, pain, a bloated stomach or bladder problems? Then you may have uterine fibroids.
No-one wants to be a slave to their hormones but how do you know if they are out of sync and what can you do to restore the balance?
If you are a woman going through the menopause, you could be at risk of the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis. Osteoporosis can affect anyone although women over 50 are most at risk due to falling levels of the bone-protecting hormone oestrogen during the peri-menopause and menopause.
If you are going through the perimenopause or menopause, there is a good chance you have experienced unpleasant hot flushes or night sweats. Here are our top tips for managing these symptoms effectively and minimising their impact on your day-to-day life.
As a woman going through the menopause, you have decided that you would like to try hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to relieve unpleasant symptoms. The next step is to choose the right type of HRT for you.
Have you been suffering mood swings recently, feeling tearful or anxious? Then your symptoms could be due to the menopause.
Here we bust some of the most common myths about HRT to help you make the right treatment decisions for you in conjunction with your doctor.