Menopause

Sex After Menopause and Common Concerns

When you think about the factors, you need to survive and function, you likely don’t consider hormones. However, these little chemical messengers have a huge effect on our overall wellbeing. Most of the time when people talk about their hormones they’re often blaming them for things like being sad or

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After experiencing menopause, Carol Dogans was having hot flashes, difficulty with thinking clearly, weight gain issues, and trouble staying motivated to exercise. “I lacked confidence,” she said. “I lost it because I could not think, and my mind and my body were failing me.” Dogans, 52, who works as a