Menopause changes everything. You don’t look the same. You don’t feel the same. You begin aging. And lose your vitality. All because your hormones bottom out in menopause. It can be really hard on your life, your relationships, and your health. You may not be aging as gracefully as you’d like. Your memory is shot. Your sex drive is gone. You can’t sleep. You’re having hot flashes and what’s up with the midline weight gain? Menopause totally disrupts your hypothalamus. And it’s your hypothalamus which controls your hormones, your moods, your memory, your sex drive, even your rate of aging. Supporting your hypothalamus with Genesis Gold can make a huge difference in being able to transition through menopause gracefully. Genesis Gold helps by balancing out your adrenals which help to support sex steroid hormone production, so that you don’t miss your ovarian hormones quite so much.
How To Keep Your Gallbladder In Menopause
Did you know that your gallbladder can be affected by going through menopause? Let's talk about it. The hormonal decline in menopause affects everything. Your brain, your vagina, your weight, your sleep. Menopause also affects your gallbladder. Just as your skin, eyes...
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Your Hypothalamus
Is your hypothalamus involved in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Let's talk about it. While the heart of chronic fatigue syndrome is mitochondrial dysfunction, it’s your hypothalamus that regulates mitochondrial activity. Mitochondria are tiny cellular organelles that...
Managing Hypoglycemia In Menopause
How do you manage hypoglycemia in menopause? Let's talk about it. https://youtu.be/IFiyl-j2nm0 Hypoglycemia means your blood sugar is too low. It's quite common in young women, especially cyclically. The reason for that is estrogen helps to stimulate insulin...
Signs You May Have Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
What are the signs that you might have pelvic floor dysfunction? Let's talk about it. https://youtu.be/PZCkWiDJe0k Pelvic floor dysfunction means that the muscles and ligaments that hold your pelvic organs in place are stretched out. It affects 25% of women in the US....
Transitioning Through Menopause: 3 Tips for a Successful Experience
How can you transition through menopause successfully? Let's talk about it. Menopause happens to all of us women. Not all of us have an easy transition. Some women suffer for years from hot flashes, insomnia, brain fog, painful intercourse, weight gain, and fatigue....
Joint Issues During Menopause
Does menopause affect your joints? Let's talk about it. https://youtu.be/Q4DfUaZM87k Do you ever wonder why you're falling apart? Seems like you hurt yourself a lot more often - spraining ankles, wrists, sore shoulders and hips, and back pain. The reason your joints...
Estrogen Dominance: Why This Menopause Health Issue is a Problem
Why is estrogen dominance a menopause health problem? Let's talk about it. Estrogen dominance means that estrogen is out of balance with progesterone. When you’re reproductively active and ovulating regularly, you make 10 to 50 times more progesterone than estrogen....
Tips For Sex After Menopause
What are the best tips for sex after menopause? Honestly, I get this question all the time as a Family Nurse Practitioner: now that I’m menopausal how can I have a better, healthier sex life? https://youtu.be/IThFw-h9PmI I always start by assessing vaginal health....
What is a Menopause Action Plan?
Whether you’re amid menopause or already postmenopausal, you need a Menopause Action Plan. Even in the pre-menopausal years, it’s a good idea to plan ahead.
Why You Need a Menopause Action Plan
If you want to learn how to create your very own MAP, I recommend reading my Menopause Action Plan book, which is an essential guide to creating your own MAP.
How do I talk to my same-sex partner about menopause?
Menopause happens to every woman. We discuss how you can talk to your same-sex partner about menopause while experiencing it differently.
Avoid Menopause Weight Gain
Gaining weight during menopause can have very negative effects on your health. Let’s discuss how to deal with menopausal weight gain.
Why Does Hair Loss Occur During Menopause?
What causes hair loss during menopause? A decline in hormones. 40% of women notice a significant thinning of their hair by postmenopause.
Why Does Pain Increase During Menopause?
Pain during menopause is the result of increased inflammation from lower sex hormones. Your body, joints, muscles, and bones ache.
Why Do You Get Fatigued in Menopause?
What causes menopausal fatigue? Fatigue can be exacerbated by the fact that most menopausal women have trouble sleeping.