When women reach a certain age and period of life, the menopause is inevitable - having a varied and sometimes...
Feeling some mysterious pins and needles in your hands, feet, arms or legs? If you’re a woman of menopausal age, those tingling, prickling sensations in your extremities may well be the result of hormonal fluctuations.
Despite its remarkably small, seemingly inconspicuous size, the pituitary gland produces a number of hormones and has incredible importance for a huge range of vital bodily functions.
With Christmas just around the corner and life feeling a little more normal this year, everyone is bracing themselves for a hectic December! Unfortunately, the menopause doesn’t stop over the Christmas period – Thankfully, however, there are several things you can do over Christmas to have a merry menopause!
As hormone levels change through the menopause this puts you at higher risk of some common health conditions. Nutritional therapist Susie Debice explains the importance of regular medical testing.
The menopause can sometimes feel like a bit of a muddle but there are three distinct phases. Nutritionist Susie Debice reveals the tell-tale signs that your menopause has finally completed.