October 18 was World Menopause Day, and while we need more than a “day” when it comes to this serious public health issue that has long been stigmatized and ignored, it’s one sign that perimenopause and menopause are finally becoming a loud topic of public conversation.
It’s astounding that this natural biological transition where women experience intense fluctuations in hormone levels–can lead to the onset of issues such as heart disease and osteoporosis, and crippling symptoms such as hot flashes, insomnia, depression, anxiety, weight gain, a destroyed sex drive, brain fog, joint pain, and more–has been so radically ignored by medicine.
Join me for a Menopause Conversation and Live Q&A
- Date: Wed. November 23, 2022
- Time: 5pm Pacific