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Tips for a Healthy Menopause

Lifestyle advice and self-help tips to help you sail through the menopause

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Menopause Support can provide support to the body through all stages of the Menopause but is especially useful when broad range of symptoms such as hot flushes, irritability, tiredness, pains and aches, vaginal dryness etc kick in.

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  • annabel's photo avatar
    annabel — 26.01.2018 00:24
    I hav jus taken a test 2 confirm that i woz experiencin menopause symptoms.hot sweats th worst x thank u x

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    Christine — 12.01.2018 10:45
    I've recently heard of progesterone cream, can you tell me what the benefits are and if it actually works? Thanks

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      Christine — 12.01.2018 13:27
      I've recently heard of progesterone cream, can you tell me what the benefits are and if it actually works? Thanks

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      eileen — 12.01.2018 14:12
      HI Christine It would depend on what your main symptoms are as to whether it would be beneficial for you?

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    Micheala — 05.01.2018 19:51
    Hi Eileen I wrote to you several months ago as I had been diagnosed with a condition called sponteaneous intracranial hypotension and I have been suffering from severe headaches for over a year now. Just before Christmas I seen a private Neurologist and was told I had been misdiagnosed and my headaches were due to Tension and Continues Migraines due to the menopause. Believe me I was over the moon and the reason being that I watch/read your blogs daily and get great comfort from them. I now know that as I progress through this part of my life things will get better and I hope these headaches will ease and eventually go away. I am 52 years old currently going through Perimenopause for over a year now. Can you please tell me am I right will the headaches ease as I progress through the menopause it's been such a bad year for me but at least with the new diagnosis I have some hope. I do take Menopace and vitamin B complex.

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      eileen — 08.01.2018 13:11
      Hi Micheala Great to hear that you are relieved about your diagnosis and that we are of help to you! I would suggest adding in a high strength magnesium supplement. There is lots of research showing that high magnesium can be of benefit for stress headaches and migraines. I would suggest starting off on 200mg of magnesium citrate (capsule not tablet) for about 2-3 weeks and if you are fine with that slowly increase to 200mg, 3 times a day with food and see how you get on with that. Acupuncture can often be helpful for this so worth looking into as well. Make sure that your B Vit is high enough, at least a 50mg once a day. Do let me know how you get on. Most women do find that as their body adjusts to lower hormones that their symptoms start to ease off.

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      Micheala — 16.01.2018 14:50
      Hi Eileen Found your reply to my query. I will certainly try the magnesium to see if it helps and I will let you know. I love your blogs and have been telling my friends about it. Thank you so much for your relpy

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      eileen — 17.01.2018 14:00
      Glad you found it, yes do let me know how you get on. Thanks for passing us on too!

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Did you know?

You won’t get the menopause the minute you turn 50! The average starting age is actually between 45 and 55 and it can often depend on a number of factors including hereditary, weight and health, however every single woman will have an individual menopause.

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