Blogs

  • The UK Government are getting serious

    The UK Government are getting serious about women’s health. What this means for women with PMS and PMDD. Ministers said that women were too often let down by a healthcare system “designed by men for men” as they called for female issues to be given…

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  • Fibre is Your Best Friend

    This is the third in a series of articles written by our Hormone Health Associate, Nigel Denby on the challenges of IBS. Fibre is one of our favourite topics and we want to make sure that you are getting enough in your diet. Why? Your…

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  • HRT shortages – Nick Panay shares his thoughts

    Women’s health and quality of life is of paramount importance for the individual, their families and for society as a whole. It is therefore very concerning that many women have experienced difficulties in accessing their HRT supplies in the UK. Interruption of treatment can lead…

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  • Foods to Improve Your Gut Health

    This is the second in a series of four articles written by our Hormone Health Associate, Nigel Denby on the challenges of IBS. Improving the health of your gut can benefit your physical health overall and also help to alleviate symptoms such as bloating, abdominal…

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  • April is the IBS Awareness Month

    This is the first in a series of four articles written by our Hormone Health Associate, Nigel Denby on the challenges of IBS. What is Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)? There is a greater awareness of what IBS is nowadays and many articles are written on…

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  • World Health Day on the 7th April 2022

    On the 7th April 2022, we celebrate ‘World Health Day’. This year’s World Health Day theme is ‘Our Planet, Our Health‘ which aims to direct global attention towards the well-being of our planet and the humans living in it. At Hormone Health, we are focused…

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  • Hydration – how much should we drink?

    Good hydration is essential to ensure that all bodily functions are able to take place as normal. How much should we drink, what kind of drinks should we choose and what are the signs of dehydration? Why do you need fluids? Water in the body…

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