Stephanie S. Faubion
If you’re not even looking at the 55-year-old woman in front of you as being menopausal, then you’re missing a whole part of who she is,” Dr. Faubion said. “It’s not a disease; it’s a natural process, but we need to make sure that women aren’t incapacitated by the symptoms.
Less than 20% of the published research at the intersection of chronobiology focuses on females and/or ovarian signaling.
The training of menopausal health for spouses improves the quality of life in women during menopausal transition.
Difficulty sleeping (insomnia) is one of the most common complaints of women during the menopause transition. Stress and insomnia are closely linked.
There is no “cure” for menopause, but there are a number of therapies ranging from simple movement to prescribed hormones that can significantly improve a woman’s quality of life throughout her lengthy menopause transition. At Herstasis we want to help women understand how these therapies work on the female mind and body from a science perspective, and how they might apply to each woman’s specific set of symptoms.
Calling all women! There is information and support to help you go through the menopausal transition with a great quality of life. Learn more by visiting our FAQs and Resource Library.