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The physical symptoms of the menopause are often discussed, but what about the mental health implications? Find out more about what you can do on the blog.
Interestingly, it seems that sage is incredibly good for your overall health, not just great for helping you through the menopause. Find out more on the blog.
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One aspect of menopause that is oft overlooked in favour of addressing the physical symptoms of the transition is the mental health impact of what’s happening.
Something to consider looking into is the DUTCH test, which looks at sex hormones and metabolites to give you further insights into nutritional deficiencies.
While it can be really upsetting to experience changes in your hair texture, the good news is that there’s a huge amount you can do to tackle the situation.
There’s a link between oestrogen and saliva, and since oestrogen levels start to dip in the menopause, you may find that saliva flow starts to drop off as well.
There are over 900 different types of sage and it’s been used for thousands of years as a way of healing all sorts of ailments. Find out more on the blog!
Hot flashes are the most common symptom of the menopause, so you’re certainly not alone if you are experiencing them. See how nutrition could help on the blog.
One very common symptom of the menopause is brain fog, characterised by forgetfulness, difficulty thinking clearly and difficulty retaining information.
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I’m a Registered Nutritional Therapist and a member of the British Association of Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council. I regularly participate in additional training to keep up to date on the latest research and continue to modify my protocols in light of this.