Articles by Brigid Moss
Can Ayurveda help with menopause? For many women, this complementary health practice is a wonderful way to manage and treat symptoms. And yes, it works alongside HRT
Can Traditional Chinese Medicine help with menopause? We speak to a leading practitioner and learn a very different approach to this time of life
Flagging libido? Brain fog? Low energy? We’re guessing a lot of you are nodding right now. Testosterone could be the answer. Our doctors explain why.
What is ‘bioidentical’ HRT and is it your best option? Don’t believe the hype. As medical experts issue warnings against pricey bioidenticals, we unravel the confusion and get to the HRT facts.
Recent headlines have promised women a miracle menopause test: a procedure that can delay the menopause. No drugs, no symptoms, no more hassle. Is it too good to be true?
Don’t wait until midlife to start looking after your menopause health, says Dr Shahzadi Harper, a GP and women’s health expert. Your 30s are the time to start your wellbeing preparation.
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.
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.
If you’re in your 40s then chances are you are entering your perimenopausal years. Dr Rebecca Lewis, a GP and menopause specialist, explains exactly what you can expect - and what you can do about it.
Yes, 21! We asked Dr Rebecca Lewis, a GP and menopause doctor, to take us through the full list of what to look out for in the menopause and perimenopause years.
If your menopause head is an anxious place, then yoga teacher Nadia Narain has four poses to calm the mind and ease you into a better night’s sleep. No wonder Kate Moss loves her.
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