Bedtime rituals for singer, songwriter and Kitchen Disco star Sophie involve a game on her vintage Nintendo and a glass of red wine. We approve.
Your skin, hair and nails can all dry out in midlife. These are our favourite supplements to help add the nutrients back
Not only is a bath a good excuse for some much needed time to yourself, it’s also proven to help you sleep - something we all need help with in these midlife years. Here’s our edit of the best relaxing bath oils
Ignore the Instagram food fads and look to the science. When it comes to feeling well and happy, the right food is your friend (a tip: ditch the celery juice)
If menopause has made the workplace a challenge, take time out to consider this ‘Gentlewoman’ guide to making more time for yourself in your working day. Wise words, whatever your age and stage
Sick of being told what happiness 'should' look like? One of the joys of midlife is that you stop living by the 'shoulds' and instead find your happy life on your own terms.
Have you lost that glowing feeling? Us too. Your diet can help. Choose foods that make your skin glow, boosting oestrogen levels and helping combat dryness
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.
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.
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.
Everyone knows about hot flushes as a side effect, but depression and low mood are common too. Dr Louise Newson explains why.
Mood swings and loss of confidence are common menopause symptoms. Dr Stephanie Goodwin, a London-based GP and menopause specialist, explains what’s behind the anxiety and what can be done.
You’ll find shelves full of menopause products at health food stores, but what’s good and what is a waste of money? Dr Louise Newson has the facts.
You’re moody, sweaty and sex is out of the question - not great news for your other half. Dr Louise Newson explains how to minimise the menopause side effects and - possibly - save your relationship.
There’s enough to worry about at work without menopause symptoms adding to your stress. Even worse, says menopause expert and psychotherapist Diane Danzebrink, you may not realise that your anxieties are hormonal and not just a very bad day at the office.
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