“Transforming ourselves through knowledge helps us to become our best selves as we enter into our menopausal years” ~ Morphus
Menopause, Fiber and Sleep
The Importance of Staying Hydrated in Perimenopause and Menopause
Do You Smell That? Phantom Smells in Menopause
Menopause, Exercise and Fitness
Detoxing During the Holidays
Estrogen and Delirium in Postmenopausal Urinary Tract Infections
Gut-Brain Axis and Menopausal Health
Cholesterol, Glucose, and Alzheimer’s Risk in Menopausal Women
Perimenopause, Menopause, and Weight Loss: The Fiber Connection
Soluble and insoluble fiber play distinct roles in promoting health, particularly during perimenopause and menopause. Soluble fiber acts as a sponge, effectively absorbing excess cholesterol and toxins, while insoluble fiber functions as a scrub brush, cleansing the intestinal tract and colon. Both types of fiber are crucial for maintaining...
Menopause and the Workplace
When women in perimenopause and menopause put on their suit, uniform, or casual look for another day at the office, in a classroom, in a cockpit, or wherever their job takes them, they don’t leave their menopausal symptoms at home. They carry them along, but not in their briefcase or...
Menopause and Hormones
Let’s face it: hormones are critically important, often confusing to understand, and a common scapegoat, especially when in perimenopause and menopause. Have hot flashes? That’s hormones. Crying jags? Hormones. Hot flashes? Put on extra weight? It’s those darn hormones. All 102+ signs and symptoms are one way or another, in many...