Hormone therapy is the delivery of a specific hormone into the body to decrease the intensity of certain menopause transition symptoms.
Overwhelming evidence shows that the state of health before menopause impacts the menopausal transition. That is why exercise therapy is important, regardless of what age you start.
Eating a balanced and healthy diet is crucial for overall health. It is also something we can completely control, so we can tailor our diet to meet any special needs we may have.
The naturopathic approach focuses on treating diseases and disorders (primarily without the use of drugs) by treating the whole person – mind, body, and spirit.
Experiencing symptoms of the menopausal transition can range from mildly annoying to debilitating. Managing your symptoms is one aspect of perimenopause, as is managing your adjustment to the changes in your body. Read on to find ways to help you embrace and accept your changing body by using techniques that calm and quiet your mind and body.
Cannabis is legal in Canada and in a growing number of jurisdictions around the world. It has been suggested to have a variety of medicinal benefits, although the evidence-based research to back up these claims varies. Read on to learn about what science does (and doesn’t) support for using cannabis to treat menopause symptoms.
Menopausal transition is a universal female experience but it need not be universally miserable. The menopausal transition is not a disease – it is a natural part of human aging. Nothing in life is static; change is inevitable.