In this week’s A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays it’s all about constipation and how falling oestrogen can cause this common digestive problem. Plus, I recommend simple ways to help relieve constipation.
Hello, and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays. Today, I am going to talk about constipation. Now, I know over the last year I’ve talked about digestive problems on a regular basis, and we know that falling oestrogen can actually affect our digestive system. It basically just slows everything down. And unfortunately, one of the results of this slowing down is constipation. Continue reading >
In this week’s A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays I take a look at common hair problems during the menopause, including hair loss, thinning hair, dandruff and scalp irritation, dry/brittle hair and more. I explain why roughly 40% of women experience some kind of hair problem around this time and what you can do to support your hair.
Hello and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays. And today I’m going to talk about hair in the menopause. Now, I know I covered it briefly in one of the questions and answers sessions, but an awful lot of women get in touch with me because they’re worried about what’s happening to their hair. And apparently around about 40% of women going through the menopause will have one sort of problem or another. And our hair is very important to us, isn’t it? It’s our crowning glory, and we all know how it feels when we have a bad hair day. But during the menopause, these hair problems can be continuous and they can have a huge impact in our confidence, in the way we present ourselves to the world, in the way we see our own body image, and with all the other problems that can be going on as well, it can end up making us feeling really low and even depressed. But is it all actually down to the menopause? Because there could be lots of other factors. Continue reading >
Feeling anxious? Experiencing sudden panic attacks? Constantly worried? In this week’s A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays I explain why the menopause can cause anxiety. I take a look at simple things which can trigger it and offer tips and advice on what you can do to calm menopause anxiety.
Hello, and welcome to another edition of A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays, and today, I’m going to talk about anxiety. And throughout the last few years when we’ve been answering, you know, hundreds of emails from women every week, anxiety has actually been the top third query. So this is a huge symptom in the menopause, and most women, at some point during the menopause, will actually experience it one way or another. Continue reading >
In this week’s A.Vogel’s Menopause Mondays I explain why good sleep not only benefits your health; it can also have a beneficial impact on your menopause symptoms. I also look at how your symptoms can affect the quality of your sleep and I offer my tips on what you can do to get a good night’s sleep.
Hello, and welcome to another edition of A. Vogel’s Menopause Mondays. Now, over the last few months, sleep problems seem to have cropped up all over the place, and they can be caused by many, many different things. I’ve mentioned in passing some of the things that you can do to help to improve your sleep. But I’ve had quite a few of you contact me and say, “Please, can you do one entirely on sleep and what we can do to help ourselves to get a better night’s sleep.” So this is what I’m actually going to do today. Continue reading >
In this week’s A.Vogel Menopause Mondays I take a look at just how important water is during the menopause! I explain why dehydration can impact your menopause symptoms and how drinking a little bit more water each day can help you. Plus, I offer tips on how to increase your water intake each day and explain why your cups of coffee and tea don’t count!