Tag - Women’s Health

8
Jun

6 Estrogen Hormone Therapy Options Explained

Get the pros and cons of each delivery system Adapted from The Estrogen Window Once you understand the estrogen window, you’ll possess a powerful concept that can transform your life for the better, and it is incredibly simple to understand. Once you do, you can begin taking advantage of your estrogen window to reduce your anxiety about …

25
Nov

Estrogen Improves Memory and Cognition in Perimenopause and Menopause

At a recent meeting of North American Menopause Society I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Pauline Maki, a professor of Psychiatry/Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She talked to me about how women can improve their memory and cognition in perimenopause and menopause with the use of estrogen. Dr. Maki discussed how …

14
Nov

Bioidentical Estrogen: What is it and is it safe?

Today I want to talk to you about something you probably have heard a lot about, and that’s bioidentical estrogens. You may be wondering what bioidentical estrogens are, and you may be wondering if they are really safe. Are they safer than the regular ones you get in a drug store? What is it you …

29
Oct

Buying Fertility Insurance: Egg Freezing for Later Pregnancy

Hi everyone. I’ve been in Boston, Massachusetts, my own stopping grounds attending the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. There was some really interesting information from researchers around the world and I want to share it with you now. First of all, let me introduce you to S. L. Tan. Dr. Tan, …

24
Oct

[VIDEO] Is Your PMS Really Perimenopause?

Watch the video below to learn about the symptoms of perimenopause. Many times women often spend countless hours going to the doctors for issues like sleep deprivation, heart palpitations, changes in libido, etc only to find out that they are just going through perimenopause. Until next time, Dr. Mache Seibel, Founder of My Menopause Magazine …

22
Oct

Silent Heart Attacks in Women

  Today, I want to talk to you about something I discuss with many of my menopausal patients and that you may not be aware of. As a woman, you are more at risk of dying of a heart attack than your male counterpart. Can you imagine? Most people think that heart disease is the picture …

18
Sep

11 Health Optimizers to Fine Tune Your Body: Part I

Many people know the things they need to do to keep healthy, but they just don’t do them. Remember, it is only by preparing and actively taking control of your health that you can stay well; believe me, it’s better to stay well than to get well. Today I want to share with you part …

11
Sep

5 Simple Tips to Stay Well

With all of the available diet fads and exercise programs to stay well, there is sometimes too much information for people to consume. With too many options, people are left feeling confused, and end up not doing anything! That is why I wanted to share 5 simple tips that you can incorporate in your life …

24
Jul

Osteoporosis and Menopause

Osteoporosis or thinning of the bones that leads to compromised bone strength is the most common bone disorder affecting humans. It affects 28 million Americans and 80% of them are women. About half of Caucasians, Hispanics and Asians and 38% of African-Americans have bone loss that can lead to osteoporosis. I think it’s one of …

17
Jul

Changes in Weight and Metabolism

Older adults aren’t aged versions of younger adults any more than children are younger versions of adults. Each stage of life functions slightly differently with different strengths and weaknesses. Menopause and aging in general is associated with changes in both our genes and in our metabolism. In fact, you don’t have to be that old. …

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