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Does private healthcare cover women’s health issues & the menopause?

As we age, we all know that it becomes more likely that we’ll experience health issues related to aging such as bone, heart, gynaecological, cancer or breast issues.  And if you’re in your 40s, 50s or even 60s now might be the time that you begin to wonder if having a private healthcare plan is […]

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Top nutrients to help ease brain fog, anxiety and low mood

Watch the YouTube video here: Why do we experience brain fog? Do you struggle to recall a word, a fact that is on the tip of your tongue, or forget where you put your keys or mobile? Brain fog is the lack of sharpness of memory and where recall is slow or clunky. Brain fog […]

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Is it too late to fix your pelvic floor?

What is the pelvic floor? The pelvic floor isn’t just one muscle but a hammock of muscles spanning your pelvis, from the tailbone to the pubic bone from front to back, and side to side at the sit bones. The pelvic floor is the foundation of your “core”: supporting our internal organs, holding our sexual […]

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What are the best foods to eat during menopause?

What adjustments do you need to make to your diet to help with menopause and your long-term health? Nutritionist Dr Harriet Holme explains.

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Osteoporosis & Menopause: Causes, risk factors & treatment

Osteoporosis is a condition that affects our bones. Being female, increasing age and the menopause are all risk factors for developing osteoporosis. GP & Women's Health Specialist Dr Rachel Hines explains the symptoms, causes and treatment options.

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Vaginal atrophy & uncomfortable sex

Dr Nighat Arif shares ways to manage vaginal atrophy (vaginal dryness) and uncomfortable sex during perimenopause, menopause and beyond.

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Good mood food to beat the menopause blues

Nutritionist Jackie Lynch shares four ways that the right food and nutrition during menopause can calm your nerves & boost your low mood.

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Top 5 nutrients to support you through perimenopause and menopause

Menopause – the basics During perimenopause and menopause our bodies stop producing as much oestrogen and progesterone hormones. The result can be dozens of symptoms including irregular periods, hot flushes, unexplained bloating, headache or migraine, or dizziness, besides low mood, fatigue or feelings of irritation and tension. The NHS estimate that 8 in 10 women […]

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