21
May

Covid-19 and Routine Care: Focus on Staying Healthy While You Wait

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, there has been so much focus on health issues related to the virus, routine healthcare has become less accessible. If you want to learn more about how to avoid Covid-19, CLICK HERE.    In an earlier blog post I discussed tips to stay well emotionally while waiting out the Covid-19 …

14
May

Covid-19 And Routine Care: Staying Healthy and Happy While You Wait

Remember BC (before Covid-19)? You could call up your doctor, dentist, optician, physical therapist, etc, and book an appointment. You could also go to work, travel, go to a restaurant, visit friends, and just live your life.   Time to change your mindset! Most people have been living in social isolation. Even though it is keeping …

30
Apr

What is Puberty, Menstruation, Perimenopause and Menopause?

In this time of stay at home isolation, millions of women are not able to go to their healthcare providers for routine care. And for women in perimenopause and menopause, that creates a lot of stress for dealing with work, relationships and self-esteem. As a women’s wellness and menopause expert and author of the best …

8
May

Menopause Symptoms – Before, During and After

How will you change after menopause? Studies show that most women don’t know the answer. It’s the not knowing that leads to fear and worry for so many women.   To make things worse, many doctors don’t diagnose menopause as the cause of the variety symptoms their patients are experiencing.   It’s not surprising. Menopause …

1
May

My Odometer

Monday I hit a milestone birthday. I sat down and wrote this poem put to music played by Ben Schwendener. Listen to the narration over the music. It will add to the flavor. Hope you enjoy it and if you, please comment below.     My odometer turned again One more revolution With multiple conclusions …

16
Apr

Dryness and Pain after Breast Cancer Treatment (GSM) – How to Make it Better

There’s a new medical term for an old and too familiar problem. It’s called Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause or GSM and it is the medical term for a group of symptoms that include dryness of the vagina and skin area outside the vagina, burning, and irritation. It also includes painful sex, urinary symptoms, and recurring urinary …

15
Feb

The Hot Years Issue 43 Now Available…Start reading now…

If you haven’t been getting the latest issue of The Hot Years magazine, your missing out on the #1 Women’s Health digital magazine for perimenopause and menopause. Each issue contains the information our readers have requested to help them feel healthy, happy and hormonally balanced. Enjoy the latest issue below. To get a free subscription …

29
Jan

Salt is Bad, and so is the Salt Shaker

Eating too much salt can be bad for your health.   It increases the water stored in your body, which can raise your blood pressure. And the higher your blood pressure, the more strain there is on your heart, arteries, kidneys and brain. The American Heart Association recommends limiting salt to 2,300 milligrams (mg) a day, and if you have heart disease …

22
Jan

5 Menopause Lessons Learned From The New England Patriots

Even if you’re not a football fan, there is a good chance you have heard that the New England Patriots win a lot of their games and their quarterback, Tom Brady, is very, very good.   On January 20, 2019, the Patriots won their third in a row trip to the Super Bowl, the Holy …

18
Jan

How Do I Know It’s Menopause

Are you wondering, “Am I in menopause?”   Are you asking yourself, “Why is my body acting so strange? Doesn’t even seem like me!”   The truth is, many women who are entering menopause don’t have any idea it’s menopause that is happening to them.   That’s especially true for about 5 to 10 percent …

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