Interval Based Team Sports Can Make Up for Estrogen Loss - Ellen Dolgen

Interval Based Team Sports Can Make Up for Estrogen Loss

No need to go scouring the Internet. I’m here for you with all the latest menopause and health news.


What’s your post-menopausal game? Volleyball, basketball, floorball?

Research shows that team sports helps post-menopausal women compensate for estrogen loss.


Chalk Up One For The Girls!

Survival among people with lung cancer has been better for women than men, and the findings of a recent study indicate that female hormones may be a factor in this difference.


Simple waiting room test can help diagnose depression, anxiety

As reported in General Hospital Psychiatry, an electronic questionnaire administered while patients wait for a doctor’s visit can screen patients for anxiety and depression and send the information immediately to their doctor.


Causal link found between vitamin D, serotonin synthesis and autism in new study

Supplementation with vitamin D and tryptophan would be a practical and affordable solution to help prevent autism and possibly ameliorate some symptoms of the disorder. Check out the study.


Enter our March Giveaway: Exercise your pelvic floor with the Intensity Health and Stimulation Device and Pour Moi Gel combo!


2 thoughts on “Interval Based Team Sports Can Make Up for Estrogen Loss”

    1. Hi Tracy,

      I am so happy you found the blog and the video helpful. What in particular would you like to learn more about?

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