Menopause – “Hormones, alleviating the confusion”

Hormones, Alleviating the confusionLast week I was excited to bring you a new series of Guest Posts from Dr Catherine Hansen on the subject of Menopause. 

It appears that we are all trying to find ways to cope with this phase of our lives in the best way possible.  Some of us find it easier than others.

This week I’m bringing you Part 2 in the 5 Week Series on Menopause by Dr Catherine Hansen. Dr Hansen, who specializes in Women’s Health, in particular peri and post-menopausal women, says: “My approach to Health Care promotes personal happiness by targeting the root cause of medical issues.”

The feedback on Part 1 was wonderful and shows how important this subject is.

Menopause Series Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, Dr Hansen answered the question many of us have asked : “What is happening to me?”

If you missed Part 1 just click on the link here to catch up.  Part 1- Menopause – What is Happening to Me?

In Part 2 this week, Dr Hansen addresses the issue of hormones and the confusion surrounding the types of treatment available.  It is all about being well informed and knowing that not all treatments suit everyone.  We are all individuals with individual symptoms and concerns.  This week Dr Hansen provides us with information to help us make more informed decisions.

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Please click on the link below to read and then follow the series each week at Sizzling Towards Sixty.

Part 2 – Menopause – “Hormones, alleviating the confusion”

 

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About Dr Catherine Hansen

Dr Catherine HansenAfter 15 years practicing medicine, Dr. Hansen is expanding beyond the office walls to help women and couples rediscover the inner peace and outer joy of Loving Yourself, Loving Your Life and Loving Your Partner!

With hot and juicy information to share, she has been interviewed by multiple media outlets including LifeScript.com, Self.com, Fit Pregnancy, Women’s Health Magazine, BabyCenter.com, The Galveston Daily News, KTHR Radio morning show and contributes as a medical expert with Dr. Mehmet Oz’s on-line wellness resource.

With a passion for sharing information, she enjoys running a Woman to Woman column in Life Is Good Magazine and giving engaging presentations on topics that no one wants to cover but everyone needs to know.

Some of her favorite times have been spent sharing with women at intimate retreats where everyone can relax and laugh together.  READ MORE ABOUT DR HANSEN HERE

You can follow Dr Hansen through her website and social media:

Website: http://drcatherinehansen.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CHansenMD/

Twitter@CHansenMD

 

I do hope you enjoy this series as much as I have.  Next week in Part 3 we look at Hormones, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.  Don’t miss it!

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2 thoughts on “Menopause – “Hormones, alleviating the confusion”

  1. Regina L. L. Wells

    Sue, you hit it on the head…not everything is for everyone, and there are options. I hope by the time that I am in menopause, there are even more safe and effective options. Maybe when pharma gets off of the pink pill, it can work on more practical and necessary things. Wouldn’t that be nice? LOL! Thanks for sharing, Sue, and being one of the Hostesses with the mostess of #OverTheMoon!

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      I’ve been very lucky Regina and never really suffered too much with symptoms of menopause. I know others have so hopefully this series can provide some useful information to make it easier for them. Thank you for joing us at #OvertheMoon and I love being a hostess with the mostess! Have a great day!

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