Perimenopause and menopause are a natural stage in a woman’s life, you may sail through with no symptoms, or, this time, for you, will be a life changing experience affecting your quality of life, your work, your family and the way you feel and the way you think. Please don’t worry, no matter what symptoms […]
Menopause is associated with metabolic changes in our bodies. How does this affect your future health as a woman, and what can you do to about it? It is helpful to explore a time beyond symptoms of menopause and consider your metabolic health. You cannot see it, it isn’t a sexy topic, but it is
Difficulty getting up from the sofa or getting out of bed? Aches and pains in your joints? Taking longer to recover from injuries? Menopause may be a natural part of the female ageing process, but it can bring discomfort and pain in a number of ways which can affect your quality of life. 40% of women
Both men and women age, of course it is a natural process, but how does falling oestrogen play a part skin changes in menopause? At Rowena Health Menopause Specialist Clinic we often talk to women about this. Skin changes, hair thins, these symptoms can be distressing. I am fascinated by the effect of oestrogen everywhere!
It is common, as hormones change in perimenopause and menopause for women to suffer from a decline in their mental health, research shows this may happen to 45-68% of women. Emotional symptoms of menopause like low mood, anxiety, irritability, rage, fluctuating mood swings, loss of confidence and tearfulness can occur, making it very difficult for
Anxiety can be hidden, and women can carry on as usual, looking as if they are enjoying life, but underneath they may be struggling. Anxiety in menopause is a common symptom, it can lead women to feeling they can’t cope any more and to making decisions which they may later regret, for example giving up
This is a video about perimenopause and menopause, giving simple advice about Hormone replacement therapy, HRT. At Rowena Health Menopause Specialist Clinic we are here to support you in a holistic way with perimenopause, menopause and we also prioritise your general and sexual health. Levels of estrogen in your body reduce during the perimenopause and
Genitourinary syndrome of the menopause, GSM, is a term used to describe the vaginal and bladder symptoms experienced by about 60% women in menopause. Your bladder and vagina are rich in estrogen receptors, so when estrogen levels fall in your perimenopause and remain low in menopause, your vulva, vagina, bladder and pelvic floor muscles change,