A recent study published in Menopause, the journal of the North American Menopause Society found that the more severe your menopause symptoms, the higher your risk for heart attack.
Keep reading for more... This study should encourage doctors to pay closer attention to menopausal symptoms...
The study was led by Kerrie Moreau of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. To reach the... ››› more
We so often talk about organs like the kidneys, liver and complete lifecycle of the human egg and overlook the two tiny glands located above each kidney that produce a number of important hormones: The adrenals.
Your doctor probably talks to you about your adrenals as much as he does about your spleen. That's to say, he probably gives them close to no attention. So why is this scary? For starte... ››› more
If you're a woman with menopause, you're all too familiar with sleep disturbance and how it can create an array of adverse health outcomes including depression, hypertension and heart disease.
A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS), shows that sleep problems are also tied to lower levels of sexual satisfaction.
Could this be the reason... ››› more
Imagine you could enjoy honeymoon sex every night... It sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, it's not.
Here's a little secret: What makes you feel emotionally secure isn't always what turns you on sexually. In other words, instead of looking to meet your emotional needs, you must take responsibility of your own sexual desire if you want to reignite your love life.
Ready to get start... ››› more
After a long day, you arrive home and your partner wants to have sex. But if you're honest with yourself, you're just not feeling up to it. You blame the same libido-squashing culprit as you did last night - you're feeling downright exhausted. Soon enough, you begin asking yourself, “Is this normal?”
The answer is yes - it's totally normal. In fact, research shows that up to 75% of women su... ››› more
Something's not right. You just don't feel at home in your body anymore. You're sleeping less and eating more and feeling tired, bloated and cranky has become your default mode. Does this sound familiar?
Don't fret - most people have similar complaints. The signs and symptoms may vary, but there's a common denominator here… out-of-whack hormones!
Fortunately, by familiarising yourself wi... ››› more
Perimenopause - the period of a woman's life shortly before menopause occurs - is downright draining...
Chronic fatigue, irregular periods, low sex drive, breast tenderness and hot flashes are just a few common symptoms of perimenopause. But just because these symptoms are normal doesn't mean that you shouldn't take them seriously!
In fact, if you're premenopausal and are having hot flashes ... ››› more
When you leave insulin, eicosanoids and oestrogen imbalances untreated, not only do you experience weight problems, night sweats, mood changes and sleep problems, you also set the stage for serious conditions like arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease and breast cancer.
If you're a perimenopausal woman, I'm talking to you - and I hope I've got your attention now! It's time to take contr... ››› more
Are you a woman who suffers from regular hormone imbalances? I'm talking about everything from hormonal breakouts to mood swings to hot flushes…
If you are, you'll be thrilled to know that there's in fact a natural remedy out there that can really help you with all of these dreadful hormone-related symptoms you're suffering - it's Sepia officinalis.
Sepia, derived from ink secreted by the... ››› more
If you suffer from a hormone imbalance, I'm guessing one of your biggest health questions is: “Is there a way to balance my hormones without turning to HRT?”
Hormone replacement therapy, better known as HRT, is a big topic for ladies approaching, experiencing or coming out of menopause.
Many woman have exhausted the possibilities of natural treatment with nutritional support, herbs and... ››› more
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