Hello Ladies, I would like to talk to you today about my up and coming Mentoring Through Menopause Boot Camp. This is the first of its kind in the UK. I am working tirelessly to lift the taboos over discussion of the menopause and have found a new way to empower women to enjoy […]
Our second guest blogger for this week is Dr. Alison Grimston http://www.dralisongrimston.com/blog/ (please scroll down on this linkto view Alison’s blog). I have met Alison several times and have learned, over mant coffees together, that she was in the process of creating her transition from Family Doctor to Holistic Medical Practitioner. Our subjects clearly go […]
You heard right! Listen or read on to identify what to ask for. SH interviews Prof John Studd who continues to care about improving hormonal health in women. SimplyHormones Presents: Professor Studd on Bio-identical Hormones KC: I’d like to talk if I may about bio identical hormones. A lot of women are very interested in […]
SimplyHormones presents: An Interview with Prof John Studd, Vice President National Osteoporosis Society and Chairman of the British Menopause Society. Osteoporosis is a natural disease of aging but one we can ALL do something about – this brittle bone disease most often eats away at bones after degeneration of hormones at menopause.
Testosterone for libido, oestrogen for depression – when the imbalance of hormones with monthly PMT and later on menopause are the cause depression, why are women referred to psychiatrists and prescribed mind-numbing anti-psychotic drugs? You may well ask! Prof. John Studd, specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist tells us here, in the first of three interviews, about […]
Liver function, bowel health, weight gain-all in a day’s work! Here’s my interview with Shirley Ward. It was a great pleasure interviewing Shirley; she’s helped a huge number of people understand their health especially as they approach menopause. Click on the link to hear the interview, get top tips plus the transcript is set out […]
(sounds better than ‘middle-age’!). Can you help? I’m researching for an article on this subject and how menopause plays a part. It seems women are resigning around the age of 50 because they either feel unwell, can’t cope, or just don’t like the job any more. Remarkably they are changing careers (it happened to me) […]
FEAR is the biggest challenge as women approach menopause! I do a lot of workshops and public speaking on this subject and it comes up time and again; fear of menopause and fear of aging are affecting relationships and women’s working lives.
I’m Kathryn Colas and Simply Hormones brings you the latest news on menopause and other women’s health issues like breast cancer, ovarian cancer and HRT. Learn what you need to know from someone who’s personally experienced and survived menopause or listen to my interviews with medical professionals on podcast anytime. For more information on the symptoms of menopause and how to live with it just visit my website SimplyHormones.com.