Hello, fabulous ladies, and welcome to a special Heart Health Month edition of Menopause Mondays®! Today, we’re diving deep into the topic of heart health and focusing on something vital – knowing your risks for heart disease. While menopause brings its own changes and challenges, understanding and managing these risks can make a world of […]
Menopause usually begins between the ages of 40 and 58. The average age of menopause is 51. If you have not menstruated for 12 consecutive months, you have graduated from perimenopause to menopause. (If you have had any spotting or bleeding, you must start the clock over.) When our ovaries produce less estrogen, and our
Is there a correlation between hot flashes and heart disease in women ages 40-60 years old?
E is for Estrogen (also Ellen). Is estrogen a friend or a foe? Are you confused??? No need to be, says Dr. Mache Seibel the author of the new book, The Estrogen Window, The Breakthrough Guide to Being Healthy, Energized, and Hormonally Balanced -Through Perimenopause, Menopause, and Beyond coming out April 12, 2016. Dr. Mache
New study shows women more vulnerable to artery hardening during menopause Hardening of the arteries, typically occurs as the result of high blood pressure, smoking and/or cholesterol. HDL, the “good cholesterol” has well-documented benefits in protecting against the hardening process which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Recently, medical professionals have theorized that these benefits