Hormone Health response to COVID-19
We would like to reassure all of our patients that we are taking the necessary precautions to control the spread of COVID-19 by offering telephone consultations to all of our patients, unless a face to face consultation is absolutely necessary.
We are advising women to follow the guidance from the Public Health England to help protect and improve their well-being and immune system. Boosting the immune system is crucial in fighting COVID-19.
Understanding and mitigating the consequences of the Coronavirus Pandemic
There have been many questions surrounding the effects of COVID-19 on women.
- Are women more or less vulnerable to Coronavirus infection?
- Why do more women recover from Coronavirus infection than men?
- Does HRT provide some protection against the Coronavirus?
Dr Nick Panay, Founder and Director of Hormone Health has just released a series of Q&A’s on the matter.Read it here first.
Maintaining Good Health
Menopause is an important phase in a woman’s life which produces physical, psychological as well as social changes. General health plays an important part in helping you manage these symptoms, especially now as we front a period of change and adversity.
The good news is that there is plenty you can do to limit the negative effects of the menopause on your health and well-being. Here are 10 of the most effective natural ways to manage the menopause.
Whichever dietary and lifestyle changes you choose to make to minimise menopausal symptoms, remember that it may be worthwhile consulting a women’s health professional or registered dietitian for professional advice. Meet our Team.
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Facebook and our Blogs
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