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Anne Digby is a women’s health specialist and Naturopath. She is also Founder and Chairperson of Journey Nepal Australia, an organisation that is assisting women in Nepal with fertility and birthing centres, and opened its first Women’s Educational Centre and refuge in November 2014 in Kathmandu valley.
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I just experienced one of those three day episodes where I was hammered by hormones with such ferocity that they could only be labelled as evil. It comes out of nowhere. I don’t seem to be getting any better at picking up on the signs quickly enough. By the time I increased my Harmony and vitamin B6 tablets to a double dose it was like shaking a stick at a pack of hungry wolves.
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While it’s great to have some standout pieces that showcase your personality, it’s also imperative to have the classic pieces as the canvas for your style. Classic black, white, cream, grey, taupe and denim pieces allow you to add the splash of colour, statement necklace, sexy shoe or eye-catching handbag, without it looking too much, too cluttered, or too disorganised.
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About half of all women (and a third of men) over 60 years of age will have a diagnosed osteoporotic fracture during their lifetime. Calcium is more effectively absorbed in the presence of oestrogen, so it’s more important after menopause to have adequate dietary calcium.
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Did you know that ‘Menopause’ is a relatively new concept and the word was only coined in the latter half of the 19th Century? This is because, in past centuries, women were much less likely to live beyond the age of menopause.
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These days, with so much information at our finger tips, it can get to the point of overload and where you actually feel anxious about which information you should be incorporating into your life. At our age (and earlier if you are smart) there are a small handful of absolute must-dos for putting yourself in a position to benefit from good health for as long as possible.
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