Welcome To My Blog

The purpose of this blog is to shed my personal and professional experiences on the topics of Estrogen, Menstrual Cycle Preservation & Restoration, Perimenopause, Menopause, Hormone Balancing, and Female Hormone Replacement Therapies.  

Thank you in advance for sharing my articles.

Coronavirus and Workplace Wellness

I often get asked questions about hormones, menopause, and estrogen and how these topics relate to current events.  Here is one of those questions that pertain to our current situation with the Covid-19 pandemic and the effects it will have on the female workplace environment.

How do you think the world of workplace wellness for women will change as a result of the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus will impact women (and men) in significant ways of which no one can really predict the extent....

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Four Pillars of Hormone Balancing

Balancing hormones in women is not easy. Most doctors think that slapping a hormone patch on a woman and sending her out the door with a prescription for a year's worth of hormones should do the trick. And most women think it should be this easy too. The truth is, balancing hormones for women is quite challenging, not only for hormone-prescribing doctors but for women as well. Balancing hormones is a phasic process that takes place over a period of about 12-18 months, and is strictly...

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Estrogen Deficiency: The Real Chemical Imbalance

 
You know that "chemical imbalance" your doctor talks about when you go in for symptoms of depression and they mention the lack of neuron connectivity and synaptic dysfunction?
 
That chemical imbalance could really be estrogen deficiency.
 
It is not uncommon for a woman to go to the doctor and complain about feeling depressed and a lack of desire to participate in life. It appears to be more the norm instead of the exception. Thousands of women have come to me...
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The Cost of Hormonal Imbalance

The cost of hormonal imbalance in women is high. It affects every aspect of a woman's life right down to their inner being. It is a lonely and dark place of existence that changes how they see themselves in this world and how they feel about themselves. 

Women spend the majority of their lives in a state of hormonal imbalance and are more prone to mental health disorders than any other demographic. For most women, symptoms come on over a period of time, and in multiple...

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