Sleep, Stress and Supplements with Menopause
Stress management, a consistently good night’s sleep and, if necessary, a supplements plan are vital weapons in a woman’s arsenal to gain control of her experience of menopause.
Spotting the Signs and Dealing With the Symptoms of Menopause
An overview of what can be done to help control or mitigate the mental and physical health implications at various stages of the menopause.
Even in 2020, menopause is a taboo subject. So why do we avoid talking about it, when we know it can have a profound effect on the mental and physical health of women worldwide?
Why We’re Shouting About Menopause
A significant juncture in a woman’s life with far-reaching implications for physical and mental health, one we are happy to shine a light on.
Menopause: The Lowdown
Understanding what happens during menopause, namely the physiological and psychological processes that occur and how these affect women’s long term health.
Menopause: Supporting Women to Build Life-Long Health
We have helped countless women turn the tide on menopause and discover their power when it comes to creating positive health after the change, here’s how.
6 Strategies for Improving Mental Health
While the causes of mental health issues are complex, these strategies can alleviate the cognitive load many of us bear before it spirals out of control.
An Infectious Diseases Consultant on COVID-19
An infectious diseases consultant and former U.P. client writes about the importance of optimising health to protect against the ravages of COVID-19.
Low Vitamin D and COVID-19: How to Protect Yourself
Over 60% of people have ‘insufficient’ or worse levels of vitamin D in their body, putting them at greater risk of hospitalisation from COVID-19.
Fat Loss vs. Water Weight
To claim that a decrease in lean body mass, and an increase in muscle mass cannot coincide is to misunderstand the nature of what lean body mass includes. Joe Halstead explains further.
Everything You Need to Know about DOMS
Overdoing it in the gym is easily done after an extended break from training. Luckily, it is equally easy to adapt and avoid delayed onset muscle soreness entirely.
Why Hydration Matters
Hydration is crucial, but that statement alone gives rise to a whole host of questions – the most common of which are answered right here, with sources for every major claim we make.