Dr. Seibel’s Health Tips

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Meet the blogger

Dr. Mache Seibel is an international leader in women’s wellness and menopause. Dr. Mache is a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty, and a sought after speaker and media expert who has helped over 10,000 women in and around menopause stay healthy, happy and hormonally balanced without fear and confusion. His latest book, The Estrogen Window, was a #1 Amazon Best Seller and #1 New Release and reveals the window of opportunity to take estrogen in a safe and effective manner. Discover how much menopause affects your health, your happiness and your life at www.MenopauseQuiz.com. He mentions, “When my wife had surgery that threw her into early menopause only months after a study inaccurately stated that estrogen increased the risk of breast cancer and heart disease, I switched from being one of the world’s leading fertility experts to helping her figure out if estrogen was safe for her to take. I realized how important it is to take an active role in your healthcare. My goal is to share the wisdom I’ve gained from years of research and interviewing other top doctors who do research as editor of The Hot Years magazine, and make information easy to understand and to use so that you can become a member of your healthcare team.” You can follow Dr, Mache on twitter @DrMacheSeibel and on Facebook at MyMenopauseMagazine. Download his free ebook, Navigating the Change at www.FreeMenopauseEBook.com.

Thoughts about being after 50

Knowledge comes early, but Wisdom takes time. So Life after 50, It can be sublime! Just take what you've learned, Add what you know; Show gratitude, always; And watch the years grow. - Mache Seibel, MD

3 Tips for Mid-Life Hormone Balance!

As your reproductive years are starting to wind down, your hormones move into transition mode. And that means hormones out of balance. It’s natural and it’s inevitable, and the severity of your symptoms depends on your overall health and your knowledge of what is going on in your body and so you can do something about it. Let’s take a look at hormo...Read More

When Does Early Menopause Happen? Sooner Than You Think!

When do you think menopause happens? One common myth that I hear all the time is that menopause happens when you’re older. If you think that menopause happens when you’re older you may may be surprised that the mean age of menopause is 51 years, and the range is 46 to 55. But five to ten percent of women go into menopause at age 45 or under. Five t...Read More

To Marry (or Stay Married) – Why’s It Matter?

A 2006 article published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that people who have never married have the highest risk of death in the United States. The study also found that compared with married people, people divorced or separated are 27% more likely to die, and people who have never married 58% more likely to die. But what...Read More

Perimenopause: 3 Essential Tips

As your reproductive years are starting to wind down, your hormones move into transition mode. And that means hormones out of balance. It’s natural and it’s inevitable, and the severity of your symptoms depends on your overall health and your knowledge of what is going on in your body and so you can do something about it. Let’s take a look at hormo...Read More

5 Tips – Add Some Sizzle to Your Sex-Life

Is your mojo a no-show? You’re not alone. Decrease in desire is the most common sexual problem women report, and it can begin as early as the 30s. One fairly recent solution for women with low libido is a little pink pill called Addyi (flibanserin). The good news is women the FDA finally approved something to improve the libido of women. But it’s g...Read More

Menopause: How and When It Can Impact Sex Drive

It’s not surprising that both menopause and age can cause changes in sex drive. Have you noticed a change in yours? Worry and confusion about how menopause might impact sex is a pretty common concern for women, especially in midlife. A groundbreaking study in the April 2017, journal Menopause sheds some light on this important issue. Nearly 1400 wo...Read More

8 Risk Factors for Bone Fracture

Fact: More than half of all bone fractures are in people with osteopenia rather than osteoporosis. May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month and the perfect time to bone up on your potential fracture risk. If you haven’t heard of FRAX, it stands for Fracture Risk Assessment Tool. It was developed by the World Health Organization (...Read More

12 Essential Medical Tests for Menopausal Women

So many things are changing during perimenopause that it can be difficult to know what is normal and what is not. Every day can be a new experience – not necessarily a bad one. That is why it is so important to keep a close eye on your health. With so many years likely to be ahead of you, it’s much better to stay well than to get well. Here are the...Read More

7 Sleep Tips – Ahhhhhhh

Is hoping that you’ll get enough sleep keeping you up at night? If so, here are seven sleep tips the Sandman approved. Sometimes simple lifestyle strategies and relaxing music go a long way to improving minor sleep disturbances, especially for women as they enter perimenopause and transition into menopause: 1.  Light sleepers do best avoiding...Read More

Women – A Greater Risk for Depression, Dementia. Here’s Why…

There are definitely gender differences when it comes to psychiatric issues and substance abuse. Males are more at risk for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, Tourette syndrome, oppositional defiant disorder and possibly schizophrenia. Because these often show up early in life, it’s thought they are caused or influenced by androgens ...Read More

Medical Emergencies: Do YOU Know What To Do?

Almost everyone knows someone who has had a medical emergency: a broken bone, a burn, choking, a bee sting, a heart attack. The list goes on and on. But for most people, the hope is that it will never happen to them. That’s why so many people don’t give it a lot of thought. If that sounds like you, here are three questions you should be...Read More

My 5 Favorite Health Tips

Staying healthy may be partly helped by your genes. But even those who pick the genetically best parents can improve their chances of good health. Here are 5 of my favorite health tips to help you stay well through the years. 1 Eat Slow So Your Belly Fat Won’t Grow Remember your mother saying, “Chew your food?” The new mantra is, ...Read More

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