Every woman follows a different path to menopause. Taking a proactive approach to menopause can result in a relatively smooth, positive transition rather than feeling like you got hit over the head with a two-by-four.
Your hormones screaming for attention might look like mood swings, abnormal bleeding, vaginal dryness, UTIs, hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, bone loss, low libido, depression & anxiety. It’s nothing short of a call to personal revolution.”
As Ken Miles (famous race car driver) said, “If you’re going to push a piece of machinery to the limit, and expect it to hold together, you have to have some sense of where that limit is”.
The machinery of the body that we’ll discuss will be:
This webinar focuses on taking a proactive approach to menopause, with the goal of achieving a smooth and positive transition. We discuss the functions of the ovaries, adrenals, kidneys, and liver.
The ovaries produce estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and DHEA, and are responsible for producing egg cells that result in periods or pregnancy. The adrenals and kidneys act as backup systems to the ovaries, accelerating and providing a backup system for sex hormone production. The liver is known as the mother of the heart in Chinese medicine and plays a crucial role in detoxification.
Estrogen conversion takes place mostly in the liver, and impaired detox pathways can lead to estrogen dominance. Symptoms of an estrogen clearance problem include acne, endometriosis, cervical dysplasia, gallbladder issues, loss of concentration, migraines, PMS, bloating, weight gain, water retention, irritability, uterine fibroids, and breast or ovarian cysts.
It’s recommended to take a proactive approach to menopause by understanding the unique path of each woman and addressing the needs of the ovaries, adrenals, kidneys, and liver. We also discuss the benefits of glandular therapy, including ovex, which provides ovarian cytosol extract, and drennaman, which assists in normalizing the adrenal response to stress. Finally, there’s an emphasis on the importance of monitoring liver and gallbladder health for a smooth transition through menopause.