Aging

The Real Reason Why Women Feel Foggier, Hungrier, Plumper, More Forgetful, More Anxious, and Unhappier Than Ever Before

Dr. Sara Gottfried Women's Health Article | Brain Body Diet | The Real Reason Why Women Feel Foggier, Hungrier, Plumper, More Forgetful, More Anxious, and Unhappier Than Ever Before

If you’re like 95% of the women I work with, you’ve tried to lose weight before or you’ve spent countless dollars on things that promise to improve memory, clear your brain fog or reduce anxiety…often times without lasting results or tangible improvements. Or maybe you feel guilty because you KNOW you should feel happier than…

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Women, Perimenopause, and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Call to Action

When your hormones go down in your forties, your risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease go up. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for half of the cases. AD is a progressive brain/body disorder characterized by gradual memory loss, nerve cell loss, dysfunction of connections between nerve cells (synapses), and…

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Top Questions Women Ask About Aging

As women age, their hormones take off on a roller coaster, often exacerbating any signs of aging. Most aging women have one major complaint: thinning hair and skin problems such as sagging, wrinkling, and even breakouts. Why? The short answer is that hormones are often the culprit; bringing them back into balance will remedy these…

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How to Look, Feel Your Best While Aging

So here are my first steps I recommend taking to turn back the clock from the inside and working out so that you can really feel your best. The building blocks are sleep, food and exercise. Improve your sleep with Vitamin D supplementation It’s difficult to gain a sufficient amount of it through your diet.…

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A Woman's Natural Hormone Rhythm Explained

The female body definitely has a daily, monthly, seasonal hormonal rhythm–and problems arise when those natural rhythms are ignored, neglected, silenced, overpowered, or disconnected from environmental cues. A good example is the environmental cue of the light/dark cycle of each day. When you are disconnected from bright natural light in the morning, your sleep hormone…

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