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Hormonal changes during menopause may encourage weight gain.
 
What happens to hormones at menopause and how can symptoms be treated?
 
Discover the natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy
 
Hear what doctors have to say about natural progesterone and its benefits
 
What are bioidentical hormones and why are the relevant to your health
 
Learn about the condition behind menopause symptoms
 
Natural progesterone has been demonstrated to be an effective treatment for this serious condition
 
How can a cream deliver progesterone into the body?
 
Understand what's behind the increased incidence of oestrogen dominance in the western world
 
How do progesterone creams work and where did they come from
 
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News and advice on a range of topics, all focused on making your journey through the menopause and beyond a healthy one.
We asked our customers how they got on with Wellsprings creams. Here's what they said...
 
Women ‘put up with’ the symptoms and a new study shows this is expensive in terms of their own health, and to hours lost to employers. There is help available from bioidentical hormones, but your doctor may only offer HRT.
 
Menopause and lack of sleep go together as hormone levels fall and makes us more vulnerable to many types of illness as well as affecting our weight and how well we age.
 
Bioidentical natural progesterone opposes the oestrogen dominance associated with breast cancer. Soy is a phytoestrogen popular at menopause, but there is controversy over if there really a problem with having some in your diet.
 
 
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Written in a friendly question and answer format, this is the ideal book to answer your queries about using natural hormones, the effects of HRT and the Pill and how to cope with hormonal imbalance.
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Hormonal changes during menopause may encourage weight gain.
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“I had hot flushes and perspiration to the point where I looked as if someone was pouring water over me.”