Sweats and hot flashes don’t always mean you’re in menopause. A “health detective” explains
I just completed training with Sara Gottfried MD on The Hormone Cure, and I am celebrating with my June Hormone Balancing Giveaway!
With exercise, more isn’t better. Learn how you can dramatically improve your fitness in 15 minutes 3x a week
Hormonal imbalance? Digestive distress? Creeping weight gain? Somehow, we seem to have signed on to the idea that falling apart and breaking down physically is inevitable. Please don’t believe it!
In a culture that worships at the altar of youth, what can a woman expect once she reaches her forties, fifties or sixties? Is it true that aging means gaining weight, lost libido, thinning hair, and increasing aches, pains and physical woes? Absolutely not! This can be a wonderful time of life, if women learn to take care of themselves as well as they’ve taken care of everyone else in the decades before.
Read my article, plus an interview with 2 of my wonderful clients, as featured in the The Times Herald Record on December 23, 2009. Can Going Gluten Free Change Your Life? Goodbye to Gluten: Two Who Feel ‘So Much Better’
If I had to pick one thing that would improve quality of life for most people, it would be to increase both the quality and quantity of sleep they get. Falling asleep easily, staying sleeping soundly, and waking up feeling rested. Here are some tips to do just that.
Stress. Not only have we all got it, but it seems we’re experiencing it chronically and in increasing amounts. Chronic stress takes a huge toll physically, emotionally and mentally. Because it is linked to inflammation, it contributes to many degenerative diseases, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and arthritis. On top of all that, stress actually rewires our brain: It compromises our ability to think clearly and make good decisions. Under stress, we tend to repeat habitual behaviors, even when they don’t serve us well and perpetuate the very circumstances in which we are stuck.
Is it true that, for women, aging means gaining weight, lost libido, thinning hair and increasing aches, pains and physical woes? Absolutely not! This can be a wonderful time of life, if women learn to take care of themselves as well as they’ve taken care of everyone else in the decades before.