If You Could Do Just One Thing for Your Health Today, What Would It Be?
Not sure how to answer that question? No problem! We have some inspiration for you from top doctors around the country ahead of World Menopause Day on Tuesday. It's also Breast Cancer Awareness month, so think of this as a speed-consult with the brightest minds in medicine right now.
“Find a Fix for Your Hot Flashes,” Says Dr. Lauren Streicher
If your doctor has told you to tough it out when it comes to hot flashes, it’s time to find a solution that actually stops those flashes from happening. (And it’s time to find a new doctor!) “The impact of hot flashes goes far beyond the misery of feeling like you’re in a sauna,” says Dr. Streicher. So, if you’re suffering in silence, it’s time to change that. Here’s more from Dr. Streicher!
You can purchase Dr. Streicher's books from the links below!
“Understand Your Breast Cancer Risk,” Says Dr. Lisa Larkin
There are a number of factors that play a role in your risk of breast cancer, and knowing these can go a long way toward helping you understand your risk and reduce it. This life-saving info from one of the nation’s top doctors is a game-changer. Here’s more from Dr. Larkin!
You can learn more about Dr. Larkin's work here.
“Boost Your Butt Strength to Boost Cognition,” Says Dr. Louann Brizendine
It turns out those squats, lunges, and other muscle-strengthening exercises may actually work to boost your brain health as you get older. Here’s more from Dr. Brizendine!
You can purchase Dr. Brizendine's books from the links below!
“A Happy Gut Is a Happy Mood,” Says Dr. Uma Naidoo
While there’s certainly an important role medication plays in treating mental illness, Dr. Uma Naidoo says paying attention to what you’re eating can have a powerful impact on how you feel. “The food you eat can have just as profound an effect on your brain as the drugs you take,” she says. Here’s more from Dr. Naidoo.
You can purchase Dr. Naidoo's book from the link below!