The Health Hub

Selected stories from our team

Peptide therapy is an exciting new way to help with the tough symptoms that come with menopause. Peptides are tiny but potent molecules found in all living organisms that affect multiple processes in our bodies. In today's article, we will discuss which complications of menopause can be prevented using peptide therapy, explore its pros and cons, and uncover strategies to maximize its effectiveness.
It was found that during menopause, a woman's gut microbiome becomes less diverse and more "male-like." And the problem is that we are losing the most essential for women's health microbes. Can we counteract these changes? Why do some women go through menopause smoothly while others struggle with various symptoms? Can this imbalance be corrected with probiotics or diet change? And whether hormonal balance can be restored with special microorganisms — read and discover today.
Hot flashes are a common and often uncomfortable symptom experienced by many women during menopause. But there’s a way to get relief even without taking pills. We have the power to take control of our well-being and tackle hot flashes head-on. How? By changing our diet!
Most women are familiar with the phrase, "Your biological clock is ticking." The harsh reality is that every month a woman ovulates, approximately 1,000 potential eggs are lost, ultimately leading to the onset of menopause. But what if there were a way to put the brakes on the ovarian ageing process, slowing down the ticking of the clock? Scientists hope to answer that question in a new, first-of-its-kind ageing study named VIBRANT. It explores the ability of rapamycin to slow down ovarian ageing. Let's explore what this medication is.
Waking up feeling like you've turned into a hot-water bottle and wondering where your peaceful sleep went? You are not alone. In fact, around 75-85% of women experience this rollercoaster of nighttime heat and sleep disruption. Let's dive into why this happens and explore personalized tips to help you get those precious Zzz's back.
Scientists and, of course, women are looking into different natural ways to help with the symptoms of menopause. One interesting option is something called "phytoestrogens." These are natural substances found in some plant-based foods. Phytoestrogens can help with the uncomfortable things that can happen during menopause. In this article, we'll talk about why phytoestrogens help some people and seem to be useless for others, the possible not-so-great effects of phytoestrogens, and how they could actually be pretty helpful for making menopause easier.