- Menopause Symptoms
- Dr. Karen's Kalming Korner
I'll tell you why - short and sweet.
Because Pharmaceutical companies and Medical Societies have an underlying plan.
To KEEP YOU DEPENDENT ON THEM!
And there's nothing I can't stand more than to be deceived.
Natural substances such as Bioidentical Hormones cannot be patented. And therefore, Pharmaceutical Companies can not make enough money to support their research.
I want to give a shout out to all the ladies who have stepped up to the plate and are safely and effectively using Bioidentical Hormones.
You gals rock!
First of all, you had to realize that you were even having changes in your body to realize you needed help with bioidentical hormones! So many women aren't even in-tune enough with their bodies that they don't even know that they are experiencing problems that can be solved! YOU didn't give in to that. You sought out solutions.
That's your Physics lesson for the day! Wasn't that fun?!
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Maybe feeling a bit foggy and forgetful?
This is a very common complaint as we enter our Midlife years because our hormones play a big role in brain function.
In just the same ways that Estrogen helps prevent heart disease, Estrogen also supports our brain function. By improving the stretchiness of our arteries, and decreasing the stickiness of our platelets, Estrogen helps keep our blood pressure controlled and prevent plaque and cholesterol from clogging up our arteries. Remember our artieries go everywhere. So plaque doesn't just form in our arteries around our heart, it forms everywhere - including the vessels in our brain.Continue reading
And you thought they were only supposed to come AFTER your period was over!
Nope! That's not the case because it is the BALANCE of your hormones and the steady production of your hormones that keep hot flashes at bay.
It's a sudden feeling of heat and sometimes a red, flushed face and sweating. We don't know exactly what causes them, but they may be related to changes in circulation.
Hot flashes start when blood vessels near the skin's surface widen to cool off, making you break out in a sweat. Some women have a rapid heart rate or chills, too.