Hair loss is not always the first thing that you would associate with the menopause, however 4 in 10 women may experience thinning of hair during this hormonal transition.
Burnout aka Adrenal Fatigue is more common now than ever before. I truly believe that every other female has experienced burnout or some form of emotional breakdown in their lifetime.
Sleep is vital, yet many of us crave more of it. Even just one night of disturbed sleep may impact on your ability to cope with stress, leaving you feeling lethargic, groggy, irritable and unable to think straight. However, many menopausal women experience sleep problems night after night, which may impact on their well-being and vitality. The body tends to repair cells during deep sleep, so quality as well as quantity of sleep is important.
Not everyone has access to a gym. Not everyone wants to go to a gym. They are often overcrowded, loud and emanate an unseemly odor. Thankfully there are many other methods and places one can use to get fit and stay in shape.
Essential fats Omega 3 and Omega 6 play a key role in improving energy levels, stamina, performance, recovery, healing and fat loss. They are essential for everyone on the track and in the gym. Healthy fats are not only a health requirement for every man, but also for every woman and child, the young and elderly. Essential fats may improve brain function, skin condition, digestion, cardiovascular health, immune function, joint function and general health.
Mastering hormones at every stage of life: teens, new mums and menopause. Your gut health is vital to your overall health. The health of your digestive system is especially connected to your hormone levels. At every stage of life your hormonal situation will present new challenges.