It Could Be Your Hormones…! You probably would agree that fat changes your shape. But did you know that weight gain isn’t always due to the foods you eat and how much you eat? It can be your hormones. And if hormones are the root cause of your weight gain, the specific glands involved in […]
About Jill D Davey
Jill D Davey is author of The Menopause Cure: Hormonal Health’ and advocate for restorative health & bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).
Entries by Jill D Davey
Can Hot Flush Supplements Really Work? Hot flushes are the affliction most commonly associated with menopause ― for good reason. It’s estimated that between 75% and 85% of women experience hot flushes during their menopausal journey. They’re felt as intense attacks of heat and sweating, and may cause your heart to beat in a rapid, […]
Magnesium Could be the Solution Studies show that magnesium benefits symptoms of anxiety, irritability, insomnia and water retention ― all common symptoms of menopause. In addition, magnesium increases levels of the mood-elevating neurotransmitter serotonin, which is important to improving sleep and memory, as well as depression. When the perimenopause or menopause arrives, you may find yourself hit […]
In my previous blog, I discussed the importance of telomeres to the ageing process and our bodies. Naturally, telomere length, and their impressive health benefits are now gathering more and more interest… the race is on! How do we preserve telomere length in normal cells, which in turn, sustain healthy cellular youth and functionality? The […]
Could Your Body’s Fuse Be Burning Out? Telomeres is a “hot subject” these days as they are considered to be an important factor in the ageing process, and although ageing is multifaceted, a host of research demonstrates that telomere length is as an excellent biomarker for ageing at the cellular level. The shortening of telomeres, […]
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that causes pain, numbness and tingling in the hand and/or wrist. Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome are given a range of options to treat this debilitating health issue. But what happens when the traditional splint, injection therapy and anti-inflammatory agents provide little relief? Hint: I’ve got three […]
It is important that every woman in their 40’s is aware of the perimenopause and the changes it will bring. Even if you feel you are way too young to be thinking about the dreaded M word, learning about the P word will stand you in good stead. If you understand the vital role hormones have […]
You absolutely need Vitamin D3 In fact, it’s a critical part of maintaining good health. To begin, vitamin D3 is essential to bone health. Without it, the body can’t absorb calcium efficiently. If you are low on vitamin D3, your body can only absorb a tenth to a fifteenth of the calcium you take in. […]
You may have seen a Daily Mail article reporting on classes being given to members of the emergency services to help them better understand and aid co-workers going through menopause. The piece tends to align itself with Tory MP David Davies, who is quoted as saying that the classes are a ‘waste of money’. The Daily Mail […]
Recently, news outlets have been reporting on the termination of a clinical trial studying male birth control. Many were quick to accuse the men taking part in the trial of being ‘wimps’, but is this reaction perhaps a little over zealous and unfair? I think that the larger issue is one of what we are […]
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