Here is another reason to keep your weight under control. Those extra pounds are not worth losing brain cell function! See what you think about this new study. —- Healthy women who put on weight between the premenopausal and postmenopausal years risk losing nerve cells in the brain, research suggests. Gaining weight is a “highly […]
I am often approached by women either in my practice or online who want to know the most “natural” way to approach menopause. It’s really quite simple if you think about it.
I’ve been playing around with a new website builder and put together a collection of articles by various people on menopause. As varied as the authors are, so are the articles. Diversity can be a good thing when it comes to menopause as there is no one single best approach. We’ll try to keep it […]
Another study, more confusion. Feb. 13, 2006 – In recent years many women stopped taking hormones for menopause after a report linked them to heart disease. Now researchers have found that estrogen might not be as bad as we thought — especially for younger women. The new findings suggest a possible estrogen benefit for women […]
Menopause Is a Wake Up Call by Rebecca Hulem, RN, RNP, CMC “Change is not made without inconvenience” Richard Hooker The above quote is the perfect reminder for all of us transitioning through menopause: When it comes right down to it, the hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, fuzzy thinking, sleep disturbances and decreased libido […]