23
Oct

Accentuate the Positive Helps Eliminate the Negative

It seems most people today are feeling like the world’s a pretty stressful place. News stories keep the focus on negative things that make it difficult to feel relaxed.   We can’t avoid our realities – there are a lot of challenges and there is much work to be done to make the world a …

1
Jul

When Does Early Menopause Happen? It May Be Sooner Than You Think!

When do you think menopause happens? One common myth that I hear all the time is that menopause happens when you’re older. If you think that menopause happens when you’re older you may may be surprised that the mean age of menopause is 51 years, and the range is 46 to 55. But five to …

5
Jun

5 Tips That Add Sizzle to Your Sex Life

Is your mojo is a no-show? You’re not alone. Decrease in desire is the most common sexual problem women report, and it can begin as early as the 30s. One fairly recent solution for women with low libido is a little pink pill called Addyi (flibanserin). The good news is women the FDA finally approved …

31
May

Ask Dr. Mache about HOT FLASHES

Are you looking for a way to get your most pressing menopause questions answered? This video of last week’s Facebook LIVE was to over 1,500 women who listed to a short introduction about hot flashes and then asked their most important questions. I believe you will find this helpful. I wanted to share it here …

3
May

How Exercise Alleviates Depression

The CDC reports that more than 1 in 9 Americans over age 12 take an antidepressant – and 60% will be on it for 2 years or more. Yet, several studies have shown that moderate exercise can be as effective as taking an antidepressant for mild to moderate depression. You don’t have to be a …

16
Feb

Estrogen and Dementia – Dr. Mache Seibel interviewed on Radio MD

Are you worried your brain fog is early demntia, an overall term used to describe a decline in your brain health. This can include the loss of your mental ability to think, remember and/or learn. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and accounts for 60-80 percent of all cases. In fact, according to …

22
Aug

Just Revealed…Why Women Are at Greater Risk For Depression and Dementia

There are definitely gender differences when it comes to psychiatric issues and substance abuse. Males are more at risk for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, Tourette syndrome, oppositional defiant disorder and possibly schizophrenia. Because these often show up early in life, it’s thought they are caused or influenced by androgens and something that happens prenatally.   On …

22
Apr

Fast Food Diet Linked to Depression

A studyof 8,964 Spanish adults found that frequent fast food eaters were 40% more likely to develop depression than those who avoid burgers, pizza, and similar fast foods. This comes after another study showing a positive dose/response relationship between the amount of trans fat eaten and the risk for depression. In the same study, olive …

23
Mar

8 Steps to Exodus From Your Bondage

Passover is the story of the Hebrew’s exodus from the bonds of 400 years of slavery to freedom as a Jewish people. Although today there is no slavery and no Pharaoh, bondage remains a metaphor for relinquishing your freedom to the bondage of life. Modern day bondage takes many forms: food addiction, unhappy relationships, workaholism, …

7
Aug

Psychological Changes During Menopause

When it comes to mental health, menopause gets a bad rap. It is true that women who are depressed before menopause, or who have had premenstrual or postpartum depression, sexual dysfunction, are physically inactive or who have a lot of hot flashes are at more risk for depression as they enter menopause. But women who …

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