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June 2017

Menopause Madness Quantified

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I always associated Spanish style fans with menopause as I remember my grandmother and her sisters’ fanning themselves in an attempt to keep their cool. Some years later my mother found herself a battery-operated fan which she carried around in her handbag and vowed to never leave home without it….

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Three top tips to heal bladder symptoms

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Millions of women suffer with secret bladder problems every year, too embarrassed to share their weakness with anyone.  The menopause magnifies the problems which can be scary and depressing.  But the good news is that many bladder problems can be corrected through self-help measures if we have the information and…

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Alcohol and obesity

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More reasons to keep alcohol to a minimum The adverse effects of excessive alcohol consumption on postmenopausal women is in the news this week. A study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) on over 2000 post-menopausal Korean women showed that drinking alcohol increased loss…

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Pelvic Floor – Use it or Lose It

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Millions of women suffer problems as a result of weak pelvic floor muscles.  It’s thought that one in four women will suffer with pelvic floor disorders and this is magnified at the menopause and beyond. Having a strong pelvic floor can serve us well, but equally if you don’t use…

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Reclaim your mojo at midlife

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Rome wasn’t built in a day and, without a magic wand, the often ghastly symptoms that occur at the perimenopause and menopause can’t be alleviated overnight. With a few scientifically based inside tips symptoms can be history within a matter of months though. And that includes everything from hot flushes…

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