Female health, from PMS to Menopause

This part of our site is dedicated to female health, and you will find some useful tips and articles here that will help guide you through some of the more common issues our customers talk to us about.

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The questionnaire below covers a range of symptoms associated with the menopause. You will likely recognise some of the symptoms as being closely linked to periods and your cycle too. If this is the case, please submit the questionnaire – our team are on hand to offer advice whatever stage you are at, from PMS all the way through to menopause.

In the UK, the average age for a woman to reach menopause is 51, although women can experience menopause in their 30s or 40s, or later.

Perimenopause is the period that precedes menopause and can start a few years before a woman’s period stops completely. In this phase, hormone levels are gradually starting to decrease and a number of symptoms can start to appear, including irregular menstrual cycles and hot flushes.

Click here for lifestyle and diet advice to support yourself through the menopause.

If you would like some support through any stage of menopause, or to ‘plan ahead’ please do submit the following short questionnaire and one of our registered Nutritional Therapists can provide some information and guidance.

This questionnaire will help you assess your menopausal status. It is not meant as a replacement for a GP or health practitioner’s care. The answers will help you focus your attention on specific areas of need.

If you are not taking any medications, please state NONE.
If you are not taking supplements, please state NONE.
Do you eat three regular meals a day? Do you have snacks? What times of day do you eat?
Did you know herbal teas count towards your water intake too, but coffee and breakfast tea don't.
Please include decaf options and 'zero' drinks in this number.
One unit of alcohol is 10ml of pure alcohol, which is equivalent to half a pint of normal-strength lager or a single measure (25ml) of spirits. A small glass of wine contains about 1.5 units, a standard glass is 2.1 and a bottle of wine contains 10 units. Meanwhile, a can of lager, beer or cider is two units
Your details, answers and contact addresses remain secure and are only accessed by our team. Once submitted, you will receive contact within 3 working days to talk through your questionnaire.