Eight hours of quality sleep can feel elusive. If the usual wellbeing suspects aren’t working, try one of these more high tech solutions. Sweet dreams.
Month: June 2019
Despite a career in women’s magazines, the co-founder of Hylda was clueless about the perimenopause, and blindsided when symptoms hit. Thanks to HRT, Saska has her anxiety and daily feelings of doom under control, and is determined to break the taboos around menopause and help other women power through it.
How does an ex Vogue editor handle menopause? Ask Christa D’Souza. The 59-year old journalist and author, whose writing stretches from her battle with cancer to weight control and body issues, shares her experience of peri and post menopause life.
Women from different ethnicities will have different menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms. We speak to a doctor who is determined to start a more inclusive conversation.
When a hot flush hits, you want to know that your makeup is on your side. Here’s what you need to look like you’re keeping your cool - even if you don’t feel it
Suncare should be a priority in any skincare routine, but it’s especially important as you go into perimenopause. Reduced oestrogen levels mean less melatonin is being produced, which is what protects you from UV rays. Thankfully SPF has come a long way since the days of thick, greasy creams - here’s our pick of the best.
A combination of hot summer nights and midlife sweats can nix your sleep routine. And don’t start us on irritable leg syndrome. Here’s how to boost your odds of getting a good night’s sleep.
If your face is sliding south and you want something with a bit more oomph than a face cream, then a non surgical ‘tweakment’ may be the thing for you
We’ve all spotted them, rogue top lip or chin hairs that catch the light and seem to stand out a mile. Rosie Green investigates how to tackle her mid life hairy issues.
Journalist, TV and radio presenter and mental health campaigner Trisha is a whirlwind of energy and inspiration. Diagnosed with breast cancer at 50, she sees menopause - and all its ups and downs - as proof that she is still alive, and very much kicking.
Of course you want Michelle’s toned and fabulous arms, don’t we all. You don’t need us to tell you that regular exercise is key, but here are seven other brilliant reasons why fitness is so important in the menopause years.
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