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Selected articles

We are delighted to bring you some selected articles from Midlife Matters e-magazine. Articles will appear here from the previous edition over time - if you would like to receive your own copy via e-mail (to get them 'hot off the press'), just drop us an e-mail and we will add you to the circulation list.

Chinese medicine and acupuncture

Jo Darling, Chinese Medicine and acupuncture expert, gives us an overview and how it can help us

More than just dough

Andy Haddon of the Big River Bakery explains his 'reinvention' from a career in logistics, through study to starting a highly-successful community bakers

The heart and menopause

What impact does peri-menopause have on women's hearts and why are they at greater risk of heart disease / heart attack post menopause? What can women do to protect their hearts? Dr Vikram Talaulikar helps

Bodies beautiful

The human body is incredibly beautiful. Its colours, shadings, shapes and intricate textures excite pleasure; crinkles, creases, scars and tattoos incite curiosity. As we age, it changes, says Professor Joanna Bourke

Are you connected to your womb?

Two years ago I was suffering with excruciating pain during my 28 day cycle. The pain was so bad that I could not stand up to get out of bed for hours, says Hazel Cake, complementary therapist

Omega-3 and omega-6 in the balance

Our diets often contain too much omega-6 fatty acids. Judy Bentley, a qualified nutritionist, talks about getting the right balance between omega-3 and omega-6

From Alzheimer's to omega-3

Judy Bentley, a qualified nutritionist, looks at the importance of polyunsaturated fatty acids, particularly omega-3 from oily fish

How reflexology can help

A balanced body is a healthy body, says Sarah Corrie and she explains how reflexology can help

Yoga: find the peace beneath

Yoga offers a peace that is so desperately needed in this time of change. You don’t have to be graceful or flexible. You don’t have to be size 8 or into veganism. You just have to turn up, says Deborah Winchester

Sex and the menopause

Professor Isaac Manyonda and Dr Vikram Talaulikar take a look at the changes in libido and sexual satisfaction during the menopause and what can be done about it

Top 'good mood foods'

Simple guidelines will help support your body's hormones and chemicals making your life happier and easier. Judy Bentley, professional nutritionist, tells us how different foods can affect our mood

Hypnotherapy for life's transitions

Hypnotherapy can help alleviate symptoms during menopause

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