Between 30-60% of women suffer symptoms of insomnia during the menopause transition. This is, in part, caused by fluctuations in oestrogen levels which affects the production of the essential sleep hormone, melatonin. Furthermore, developing unhelpful habits around our bedtime routines such as working late, using electronic devices, and by having inconsistent bed / wake times, […]

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The female sexual hormones – Oestrogen, Progesterone and Testosterone – govern not only women’s reproductive cycle and dictate the physical and emotional characteristics but also play a vital role in our physical and emotional health. Fluctuating levels of these hormones during Perimenopause and Menopause are responsible for a range of physical and emotional symptoms felt […]

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The life expectancy for women is the UK is 80, which means that women can be in perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause for nearly half of their lives. Although all women are going through the menopause during the middle stages of life and it’s a normal and natural transition, it is not always an easy process. […]

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Although menopause is a universal stage of all women’s reproductive life, it is much less talked about than the other phases -puberty, fertility and family planning or pregnancy. Menopause is a time of profound transition in women’s life, that starts in early to mid 40s and can last up to 10-15years. The fluctuations in the […]

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