The Menopause Blog

How to keep active during the menopause

Looking for some inspiration to get you up and on your feet? Here are some helpful nutrition and online exercise resources from Food Scientist and Nutritional Therapist Susie Debice to help you keep active while the country has measures in place to help deal with the pandemic. 

Three surprising symptoms of the menopause

While there’s plenty of information about the most common symptoms of the menopause from hot flushes, to anxiety and low...

Are herbal teas good for the menopause?

Hot flushes and night sweats could leave you feeling dehydrated and thirsty whilst caffeine is likely to increase symptom severity so Susie Debice reveals which herbal teas are best suited for the menopause…

Could your monthly menstrual symptoms predict your menopause symptoms?

In this blog Susie Debice digs a little deeper into the science and explains the possible link between PMS and the menopause.



What is oestrogen and how is it linked to the menopause?

One of the most common words that you are going to hear in connection with the menopause is ‘oestrogen’. Getting oestrogen savvy, understanding how this hormone works and changes during the different stages of womanhood could help you feel more at ease during the menopause. So here goes…

Vaginal atrophy, that’s one of the menopause’s little rewards!

It’s one thing dealing with hot flushes, mood swings and weight gain but it really doesn’t seem fair that once women make it through the menopause there are a whole heap of vaginal issues that become the next postmenopausal issue to be prepared for.