2 Secrets to increasing Progesterone Naturally
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
6d ago
If you are 35-45 and have started feeling out of sorts and think it’s your hormones, here’s what will happen… you will go to the doctor who will order some blood tests and they will come back ‘normal’.  You will be told that either everything is fine or offered the pill or even anti-depressants.  How do I know this? Because this is what women are telling me every single week and this was my exact experience too!  If you are reading this and finding it relatable, read on because I am going to share with you 2 Secrets to increasing Progesterone levels naturally.     &nb ..read more
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Increasing Progesterone Naturally: Mistakes to Avoid
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
2w ago
Increasing your progesterone and reducing your hormonal symptoms is possible for you, but only if you are not making any of these three mistakes that I commonly see.  Read on (or watch my YouTube) to learn about increasing progesterone naturally: mistakes to avoid.     ** Progesterone Series: Boosting Progesterone Levels in Perimenopause ** This is the fourth blog in a series on boosting progesterone naturally in perimenopause.  If you have missed the previous blogs, you can grab them here: 4 Signs of Low Progesterone, Increase Progesterone Naturally with Food an ..read more
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Supplements to Boost Progesterone Levels in Perimenopause
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
1M ago
  Perimenopause can be a tumultuous time with symptoms ranging from night sweats, anxiety, and heavy periods to hormonal headaches and sleep issues.  A lot of that has to do with the fact that progesterone falls, very quickly, off a cliff.  Reducing stress and eating well can help together with herbs and supplements.  In this blog, I am sharing my favourite supplements to boost progesterone levels in perimenopause.           ** Progesterone Series: Boosting Progesterone Levels in Perimenopause ** This is the third blog I am doing in a series on boo ..read more
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Increase Progesterone Naturally with Food
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
1M ago
Progesterone is the first hormone to fall in perimenopause and decreases in levels can lead to a whole host of uncomfortable symptoms.  But thankfully, food is medicine, and some nutrients are essential for progesterone production.  In this blog, I will share those nutrients with you and how to increase progesterone naturally with food.     Low Progesterone   This blog is the second in a series I am creating on low progesterone.  The first of which you can read here.   To recap, progesterone is the sister hormone to progesterone and is essential for a regula ..read more
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4 Signs of Low Progesterone
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
2M ago
If you are over 35 and have started noticing changes to your menstrual cycle, or changes to how you feel in the build-up to your period, you might just have entered perimenopause, where progesterone falls off a cliff.  If you think this might be you, read on (or watch the video below) because I am sharing the 4 signs of low progesterone that I most commonly see in my clinic.     The Role of Progesterone   But first, progesterone, what is it and why do we need it?  Progesterone is the sister hormone of oestrogen and it is released from the corpus luteum in the ova ..read more
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Boost Collagen in Menopause Naturally
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
2M ago
  Collagen is a buzzword in the menopause space, and rightly so. As we lose oestrogen, our skin can lose its tight, plump appearance. But collagen’s benefits extend beyond skin health, impacting our joints, bones, and even gut health. Let’s explore how to boost collagen in menopause naturally.     The Importance of Collagen: Collagen, the most abundant protein in our body, is critical for maintaining skin, hair, and nails and is essential for healthy joints, ligaments, tendons, and bones. It also plays a crucial role in gut health, influencing the menopausal experience. Collage ..read more
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Natural Menopause Skin Care
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
3M ago
  Transitioning from perimenopause through to menopause and beyond can bring about many changes, including changes to our skin. From sagging, dryness and wrinkles to acne, these issues often stem from the hormonal shifts we are experiencing at this time. But don’t worry, there are natural ways to support and rejuvenate your skin during this time.  Read on to get my best tips for natural menopause skin care.         Menopause & Skin: What is going on?   With declining oestrogen levels that we experience in menopause, we can see a lot of skin issues – ever ..read more
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Natural Remedies for Anxiety in Menopause
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
3M ago
  Anxiety in perimenopause and menopause is something I see regularly in my clinic, and I understand how debilitating it can be because I have struggled with anxiety myself. And whilst common, it doesn’t have to be your new normal.  In this blog, I will share natural remedies for treating anxiety.     Natural Remedies for Anxiety in Perimenopause, Menopause and Beyond   A note before we start…   These recommendations in terms of supplements and adaptogens are going to help optimise your body systems, to reduce anxiety and the homeopathic remedies will be fantasti ..read more
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6 Signs of Perimenopause
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
3M ago
If you’re in your mid-30s to early 40s and noticing hormonal shifts, you might be entering the perimenopausal years. This stage often brings surprising changes, which can be disconcerting if you’re unprepared. In this blog, I’ll share with you 6 signs of perimenopause, that I see most regularly in my hormone clinic.         Early Signs of Perimenopause: What is going on?   From around 35 years of age, ovarian function begins to slow and we begin to move into those early perimenopausal years.  Perimenopause tends to be a time of flux, there are a lot of hormonal f ..read more
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Ditch the Menopausal Weight Gain: Beyond Diet Tips
Chelsea Green Blog
by chelseagreen
3M ago
  It can seem like weight gain in perimenopause, menopause and beyond just happens for no reason, right?  You wake up one morning and you are 10lbs heavier and then it just keeps on coming.  But this doesn’t have to be our new normal.  There are things we can do beyond dietary changes.  In this blog (or video if you prefer), we delve into non-food-related tips that can ditch the menopausal weight gain.   Say Goodbye to Menopausal Weight Gain   Tip 1: Prioritise Your Sleep   Gone are the days of ‘sleep is for wimps’.  Sleep is the most healing thing ..read more
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