Holy Hormones Journal: Good news for women who experience memory loss during menopause. According to Nichole Fisher – this is a temporary phase and our bodies rebound post-menopause – if we take care of our health. A correlation was also made between moods and memory. Perhaps, women are willing to forget some of the memories Continue Reading …
Sydney Morning Herald
Rachel Browne, Jill Stark
July 17, 2011
HOT flushes, night sweats, mood swings and the end of a woman’s natural fertility – all before age 40. This is the disturbing reality of premature menopause, and a new study shows it may be much more common than doctors realised.
Dr. Michael J. Breus
Clinical psychologist, board certified sleep specialist
June 13, 2011
Sleep problems are epidemic among women today. An astonishing three-fourths of all women in the U.S. have sleep problems at least some nights. And almost half of women usually awaken feeling tired or groggy.
Live in the Now
Your Guide to Natural Health
June 1, 2011
Posted by John Phillip
Melatonin is a powerful natural hormone that is well known for its association with circadian rhythms that promote a healthful sleep cycle. Now, researchers from the University of Granada reporting in the Journal of Pineal Research have found that melatonin has another remarkable benefit.
Health Medical and Science Updates
A new national study shows that from 2005 to 2009 (the most recent year with available figures) there was a 49-percent increase in emergency department visits for drug related suicide attempts by women aged 50 and older — from 11,235 visits in 2005 to 16,757 in 2009. This increase reflects the overall population growth of women aged 50 and older.
By Rosanna Greenstreet
Last updated at 9:27 PM on 9th April 2011
Whoopi Goldberg, 55, actress, divorced with one child
It really is a shock when it hits. There’s no countdown: it’s just ‘boom’. All those years bitching about my period, and when it stopped I was stunned to realise how much my womanhood was tied into it. You just think, ‘I’m hot, I’m sweating, I don’t like it!’ Nothing is good.