I had the pleasure of joining Yinh Kiefer on her podcast Ten with Yinh recently. What started as a conversation about hormones in perimenopause for both women and men morphed into much more- like politics and stress and how they impact our health. She and I had a wonderful time, and at the end, IContinue reading “Podcast Guest!”
Hello everyone, I recently spoke informally to a lovely group at BlueFusionFitness in Waltham, and the owner, Grace, was kind enough to record it. In it, I describe the interdependency of the Neuro-Immune-Hormone systems and their role in your health. I cover the role of cortisol and stress, and go over common health issues that areContinue reading “The Integrative Approach to Understanding Hormonal Balance”
There is a known stress reliever which is a technique called Access Bars. Go to the link below or to the tab on the home page to find out more specifics, but know that laying back with someone touching 32 different points on your head for anywhere from 30-60 minutes can give the benefits equivalentContinue reading “Want to learn stress relief ? Want to get rid of stuff, and clear your brain for new wonderful things?”
Although this is a small study, the results were statistically significant. To schedule a session, call 1 -339-707-0503.
I love Jeanette Winterson as a novelist, but in this piece for the Guardian, she is simply yet one more woman who suffered stress, which resulted in her body-mind distress, and then was on an all too familiar medical road with professionals saying she was fine, that “her tests were fine”. It’s a good thoughContinue reading “A Woman’s Journey with Hormones”
Heres a quick online article that I was consulted in. Enjoy! http://www.womenshealthmag.com/mom/what-not-to-eat-when-pregnant/slide/1
Here’s a link to a well written article about a Canadian mom who is using BARS session with her 14 year old son with great success. If you’d like to know more, or get a session for yourself or someone you love, please email me.
https://www.facebook.com/accessconsciousness/videos/10153385541203772/ This only works as a Facebook link right now.
When I am seeing someone who has menopausal symptoms, bad enough to seek relief, I am asked almost 100% of the time if the bio-identicals I am suggesting will increase the risk of cancer. I explain the differences between progestin, a synthetic chemical implicated in cancer, and progesterone, a naturally occurring hormone. I explain whyContinue reading “Hormones and breast cancer risk: a link to a review.”