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(0) How to relieve menopause symptoms
The period of menopause is one of the most critical phases in a woman’s life. It usually begins in the late forties or early fifties and lasts for a few years. During this time, at least two-thirds of menopausal women experience symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, night sweats, difficulty sleeping, a reduced sex drive (libido), headaches etc. In this article, we share some natural tips to relieve the symptoms.
Menopause and vaginal health
As many women approach the golden ages of their forties and fifties, a challenging journey begins - menopause. There are many treatments and holistic lifestyle changes that women can take to reduce the discomfort often associated with this journey. A lack of oestrogen during menopause can have a significant impact on vaginal health, and cause some uncomfortable symptoms. In this article, we discuss what symptoms women usually experience and their reasons and share some tips on how to do an easy health check.
(0) Chronic fatigue syndrome and hormonal imbalance
Taking care of your physical and mental health has become more and more critical in our busy everyday life. Millions of people experience insomnia, fatigue, problems with concentration and other symptoms that affect their everyday life. If you have recently begun to notice low energy levels or feel tired after resting or sleeping, maybe it is not just a symptom of working too much. The problem could be more profound.
(0) Hormones and fertility: what to check?
The menstrual cycle of each woman is highly regulated by hormones. The regular level of hormonal fluctuation is unique, but there are standard healthy ranges for fluctuations. Going out of range can be a sign of hormonal dysregulation and reproductive issues. If conceiving is among your plans in the future, we highly recommend reading this article, to understand how a woman's body functions.
(0) Infertility facts you should know
Infertility is the inability to get pregnant even after having frequent and unprotected sex for one year. The reasons can vary and can be connected with a woman, a man, or both partners. Age, irregular menstrual cycle and anovulation can also be barriers to conceiving.
Female supplements for conceiving
Preparing to become parents can be the most wonderful and exciting period of your life but it can also be a time of anxiety and uncertainty. It’s not a secret that this journey needs some preparation. One of the most important things is taking care of your health. Getting enough nutrients and vitamins will support your healthy pregnancy and boost your chances of conception. Although a healthy diet is the key, supplements can help ensure you get enough vital nutrients.
(0) 8 steps to increase fertility
If you are planning a pregnancy or just thinking about it, it is never too early to start getting ready to conceive. Did you know that up to 15% of couples face infertility or have difficulties on their way to becoming parents. In case your most cherished dream is to get pregnant, we have some tips to boost your fertility naturally.
(0) Vaginal microbiome: A modifiable risk factor in miscarriage
Approximately 15% of clinically recognised pregnancies end in miscarriage! Chromosomal problems account for around half of these pregnancies but for the other 50% the reason has been mostly unknown. New science suggests that unbalanced vaginal microbiome may play a role in miscarriage, and conversely, a balanced vaginal microbiome may prevent miscarriage in the first trimester.
(0) Crashing fertility rates: A threat to human species or to women's rights?
With fertility decline becoming a national problem for all countries responding to the problem is likely yo become an overriding policy concern in many nations. Prof Emil Vollset says ‘ We must not compromise efforts to enhance women’s reproductive health or progress on women’s rights’
(0) Does Alcohol affect fertility?
Alcohol affects everybody differently, but it is solid fact that alcohol can work against you when you are trying to conceive. Strong scientific evidence shows that drinking alcohol can reduce both men’s and women’s fertility. Research has revealed even drinking slightly increases the time it to takes to get pregnant and reduces the chances of having a healthy baby.