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Top Tips On How To Prevent Weight Gain During Menopause

If you've reached menopause and have been struggling with weight gain, it can affect your physical health and take a toll on your mental well-being. Menopausal symptoms are often debilitating and can last for several years.

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How Sex Might Change During Menopause and What You Can Do About It

For women, menopause is a time of transition. With the body going through so many changes, it's normal to feel frustrated or confused about how this will affect your sex life.

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A Complete Guide to Menopause Symptoms

Menopause is the term used to describe a period in a woman’s life when she stops having periods. If a woman has gone 12 months without having a period, she’s usually considered to have entered menopause. The onset of menopause marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years, as at this point, she is no longer able to conceive children.

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Ride Out The Storm: Perimenopause Symptoms

Perimenopause (also known as menopause transition) begins before menopause. It can go on for several years, and it is the time when your ovaries gradually reduce oestrogen production. It tends to start for most women in their 40s, but it can begin in their 30s or earlier.

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What to Expect from a Menopause Lab Test

Menopause is a natural part of ageing and happens when a woman stops having her period, usually between the ages of 45 and 55.

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Looking To The Future: When Does Menopause Start

Many women mistakenly think that menopause is something that only starts in their 50s when it can. In fact, it can happen at any time and for many different reasons. Most women's menopause age will be between 45 and 55, but it can sometimes take place earlier.

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Entering the Next Phase: How Long To Expect Perimenopause to Last

Perimenopause is the transitional time that ends in menopause once your periods have stopped. It can be a difficult time for women and go on for anytime between eight to ten years before menopause. Women tend to be in their mid-40s when they start to notice the first signs of perimenopause, but it can start earlier. Perimenopause happens because the ovaries begin to produce less oestrogen, and the body prepares to stop releasing eggs.

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The Complete Menopause Diet Guide

Menopause is the natural transition of the time menstrual cycles end. It is confirmed once 12 months have passed since your last period. However, the transition and symptoms connected with menopause can have a detrimental effect on daily life and can last for several years.

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Starting Young: What Age Can You Expect Perimenopause?

Perimenopause is a natural phase for women in their 40s however some can experience symptoms in their mid-30s. Learn about the signs of perimenopause, how you can manage symptoms, and the factors which may cause an early onset.

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Does Menopause Have to Put a Pause on Your Life?

Unfortunately, menopause is still a huge taboo. This affects the way menopause is discussed privately, but also in the medical field. In order to break the stigma, we’re bringing you an interview with one of our clients that experienced amazing results after going on Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).

By Vanja Maganjić
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