Blue Monday is the name given to the third Monday in January – it’s been given that name because it is officially the most depressing day of the year.
The menopause transition is often accompanied by a number of symptoms that can affect a woman’s overall quality of life.
The Retreat’s primary aim is to share how women can truly coast through symptom-free menopause and enjoy a long, full, happy, and healthy life beyond it.
The secret to staying active and youthful after menopause is healthy nutrition and regular physical exercise.
Menopause doesn’t have a great reputation. It’s that time when hot flashes, bladder problems and low mood tend to dominate.
Menopause can be a challenging time for many women, particularly as we often have no idea when it’s going to start creeping up on us.
Everyone knows that sex is a great way to keep your relationship strong and can also be an important part of keeping your body healthy.
Could collagen help 13 million menopausal women? Within the UK, there are 13 million women currently experiencing symptoms of menopause.
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A new study suggests that foot massage, in particular, can help minimise a number of common menopause symptoms.
Male menopause is unlike female menopause, and debate rages about whether it’s a useful term.
Clarins Beauty Daily analysed the data to find out what UK women are searching for the most concerning menopause concerns and symptoms.
In relation to this, the experts at Manual have scoured the internet to find the top-asked questions surrounding men’s well-being.
Menopause can be an emotional rollercoaster for many women, with hormonal changes impacting mental and physical health.
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Menopause is a natural, transitional part of life that typically affects women between 45 and 55 and is triggered as oestrogen levels begin to decline.
Most women going through menopause complain about the added weight.