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Menopause is characterized by a loss of circulating Estrogen. The causes changes in the brains function, your vision, your nervous system areas that help you deal with stress and the mental and physical areas that allow you to want and to enjoy sexual activity. Maturity sometimes brings with it physical challenges like breast pain, joint pain, muscle stiffness, even our skin can tingle and hurt. Some of our senses may be hampered like taste and smell. And, it may have been “a while” since we last really thought about sex so the mental, emotional and physical connections may be a bit rusty. In this first video, I try to help you understand what might be going on and what you can do to physically be able to have a sexual relationship again. In two subsequent videos I will discuss vaginal health specifically and how to increase your sexual satisfaction. These last two videos must be requested by signing up for them below. After you sign up, you will receive a confirmatory email. I have to be sure it was you at the email entered that really asked for this information. After you click the link to confirm your choice you will receive the first video and a week later number 2. As I make more videos in this series you will automatically receive them.

Remember, I am not your doctor. I am a source of vetted information. You can discuss this with your health care professional and decide what you need to do for you personally. I am happy to be someone who can give you opinions about what the medical and scientific community in our country (USA) thinks about certain options. Enjoy video number one!

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Dec
30

Osteoporosis part 3

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In this segment I review the dietary needs of a menopausal woman to meet the demand for protein, calcium and other minerals and Vitamin D3 to keep bones strong. I also recommend exercise to stress the bones so the body will strengthen them. This does not have to be vigorous but it does need to involve use of large muscle groups long enough on a regular basis. Look at the video – I have hosted it in an unlisted status on YouTube. You have to click on the link below to find it. It is “Unlisted” on YouTube. Only people that have the URL – that would be members of my site and their friends ( that I hope will also become members since the gift of membership will end this year). Enjoy the last part of this 3 part series and then leave me some comments and questions below. I am interested in knowing if you have had a bone density scan? How about a fracture of your arm or leg or spine since turning 50? What questions do you have? How could I do this better?

Here is the link Menopause and Osteoporosis part 3

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Dec
30

Osteoporosis part 2

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You have seen part one of Osteoporosis and learned that bone is dynamic tissue, constantly being remodeled. When additions don’t keep up with destruction you get softening of bone called osteopenia if it is mild or osteoporosis if it is more advanced.
Here is video #2 in a series of 3 on this topic.

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Dec
22

Vertigo during Menopause

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Why do women who are peri-menopausal and post Menopause experience dizziness? What type of symptom warrants paying a co-pay and taking time to see your health care practitioner? Probably any that make you uncomfortable, unsure and keeps recurring. This video discusses the reasons for vertigo during menopause and makes you more informed when you discuss your symptoms with your doctor.

Vertigo during Menopause

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Dec
08

Menopause and Hair Loss

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Why do women lose their hair?  What happens during menopause to cause this? How can a woman know if it is menopause or another reason for hair loss? This unlisted video on YouTube will answer some of those questions.

Menopause and Hair Loss

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Sep
27

Comments on Videos

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If you are signed up through the form on the main page here, you are receiving a weekly video now. You should have received a video on memory, muscle pain and anxiety when you receive the link to this post. I have several more for you coming once a week. Right now they deal with the symptoms of menopause. I have a few on YouTube, search my name there or Female Menopause Mentors to find them. There some on my Facebook page – Female Menopause Mentors also. They are exclusive to each area and of course you can find them in the membership area. Login, click on the membership category and they will appear there.

I would love to know what you think so I created this post just so you could leave me comments. Please, the membership is free, encourage your friends to join and partake. They will automatically begin receiving these same videos when they do. They will also be able to sign up for my teleseminars. Most of the audio interviews I have done here are teleseminars I did with listeners but only my guest and I spoke. Please, let me know what you think and want to know in the comments section. Only other members will be able to see them and no one will see your email or other info you leave when you comment. Those requirements are to sort out real people from spam. We receive 30-50 spam comments everyday.

Thanks so much. I look forward to a conversation with you here around these topics.

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Aug
29

Sign up for a call with Anne

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Anne will be having calls on various topics from time to time. Some of these topics will be free and some will cost a fee like $4.50 for an hour. You will be able to listen in on your phone and if you signed up, you will have access to the replay. If you want to be notified about these calls and when they are available, then you need to simply sign up below. You will be sent a confirmation email from Mentors at femalemenopausementors dot com. Be sure to look for it and confirm that you did actually sign up. Internet service providers are very serious about spam. They require us to be doubly sure that it was you and not someone else that signed you up to get mail from us.

Anne will be answering questions about sexuality and sexual desire during menopause, weight control, sleep and energy and other topics. If you have suggestions, leave them here as comments. Sign up below to receive a notification when her first call is available.

 


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Aug
19

The Psychology of Libido Changes

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Anne covers these topics:

  • You can’t just blame hormones for changes in libido
  • Take stock of your life – relationships, health, pain, finances, your feelings about you
  • Assess your libido before menopause
  • listen for Anne’s tips at the end of the video
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Aug
17

Menopause and Low Libido #2

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Topics covered in the above video are the effects of low estrogen on the vaginal lining and what solutions you may want to explore. How low estrogen could affect pleasure and orgasm and how to prevent this from happening. One main tip Anne discusses in detail is “use it or lose it” and she has tips for this toward the end of the video.

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Aug
15

Menopause and Libido

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Loss of Libido is common after Menopause. 43% of all post-menopausal women complain of decreased libido.
Why? What are the causes of low libido. Just like weight gain people want to point to HORMONES! They are to blame sometimes.
But really, hormones i.e. estrogen, testosterone, thyroid are small players in this game.
Larger issues are:

  • the quality of your relationship
  • Family Teaching
  • Cultural Beliefs
  • Psycho-social issues like – your health, if you have a partner, if you are in pain, if you have sufficient energy

Look on the navigation bar and click on membership to sign up for my gift and to see parts 2 and 3 of why libido is low during menopause and what you can do about it.

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