The thing is, the menopause does not occur in isolation.

Life and all its trials and tribulations continue, regardless of your hormonal fluctuations.

And what this means the menopause often coincides with some pretty big life changes. 

How to date confidently during the menopause.

Sure, we get it—dating at the best of times is nerve wracking. 

Even more so during the menopause as you’re also dealing with a range of new physical and emotions symptoms—yes, we’re talking about hot flashes, mood swings and night sweats.

At same time, don’t let your hormones stop you from going out and dating. 

Here are few tips to boost your confidence whilst dating during the menopause.

Feeling emotional, out of control, and like the walls are closing in on you?

Have you considered this might be hormone related?

In fact, the menopause can have a serious effect on your mental health. 

 So, how can you bring the balance back?

Did you know the menopause can affect your eye health?

Fluctuating hormones can cause changes to your eye shape and impact on your eyesight. Common symptoms during and after the menopause include blurry vision, dry eyes, light sensitivity, scratchy eyes, or even swollen eyelids. 

Tips to keep your eyes healthy during the menopause.

Grief is a natural part of life. 

The pain of grief and the loneliness of loss are challenging to face at any time life—even more during menopause. 

According to the NHS, the menopause occurs between the ages of 45-55—often this means it coincides with caring responsibilities for elders.

During the menopause, women experience a range of physical and emotional symptoms. From hot flushes, night sweats and mood swings. It’s a period of transition and change. 

Coping with the loss of a loved one, like a parent or spouse at this time raises unique challenges.

Grief is like fear—one minute you’re okay, the next minute, it feels like a tidal wave has hit you. 

Also, grief is different for everyone—we each have our own coping mechanisms. 

What’s vital is you take each day one at a time and are kind to yourself. 

Here are four tips to help you cope with grief during the menopause.