Archive for the ‘Mia Lundin’ Category

Perimenopause and the Emotional Rollercoaster

Very often when women are in perimenopause they are bewildered and mystified by what appears to be a sudden and unexpected onset of symptoms.  Night sweats, hot flashes, raging mood swings, uncontrollable crying, depression and anxiety seem to come out of nowhere. That is because despite the... Read More

How are Bio-identical Hormones and Synthetic Hormones Different?

Ever since the now infamous World Health Initiative study came to a grinding halt in 2002, skittish physicians, fearful of putting their patients at an increased risk for breast cancer, coronary heart disease or stroke, have been reluctant to prescribe hormone replacement therapy for their... Read More

Signs of Female Stress Are Linked to Hormone and Brain Chemistry Imbalances – Women's Stress Management Is Essential

Is it stress, is it hormones, or is it a brain chemistry imbalance? Often women see the signs that tell them something is not quite right with their health, but it's difficult to know what the signs are pointing to. The truth is that stress, hormones, and brain chemistry work in concert, and it's... Read More

Women With Severe Hormone Changes Have Brain Chemistry Imbalances, Not Mental Insanity

Do you feel like you are on an emotional rollercoaster losing it or going insane? One minute you may feel agitated, and lash out irrationally at friends and loved ones. The next minute you may weep and want to be held. Do you feel overwhelmed, sad beyond words, or scared for no apparent reason, or... Read More