108 result(s) for “Breast cancer” found.

31. Dream Your Way To Better Health

https://www.drnorthrup.com/why-do-we-dream/

Our souls broadcast wisdom to us every night in the form of dreams. When we learn how to pay attention to our dreams, we develop a very streamlined way to access our inner wisdom. And the more you practice, the more skilled you become. Dream recall is well worth the effort.

32. How to Improve Your Gut Microbiome in a Day

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By now you probably know how important your gut health is to your overall health. If not, you need to! 80 percent of your immune system is in your microbiome, your body’s bacteria, which help your body with just about every process, including helping you to digest your food, think clearly and even maintain a […]

33. Is This Your Perimenopause Transition?

https://www.drnorthrup.com/perimenopause-transition/

Around age 40, women's bodies begin perimenopause, the transition leading to menopause (the point in time when you stop menstruating permanently). The hallmark of this transition is a change in the levels of the hormones estrogen, progesterone, and the androgens. Yet this is not solely a physical event—it is also the biggest opportunity for personal growth and empowerment since adolescence.

34. Is Bleeding at Your Age Normal?

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Many women experience heavy bleeding at some point, often in the years before menopause and typically due to the effects of estrogen dominance. And most women have been told that any bleeding after menopause is abnormal. Yet, did you know that postmenopausal bleeding is often not caused by cancer or any other abnormality? In fact, […]

35. 10 Non-Toxic Cleaning Products For Spring Cleaning

https://www.drnorthrup.com/tips-for-green-cleaning-your-home/

Experts say that the average home has roughly 62 toxic chemicals lurking about. That’s significant!  Government regulations regarding labeling of toxic chemicals in cleaning products are pretty lax. Rather than a list of ingredients, what you see instead are those little pictures, like a flame, or skull and cross bones, or even dynamite.   But, […]

36. Triumph Over Pelvic Pain

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Miracle Moms, Better Sex, Less Pain by Belinda and Larry Wurn Adhesions in the pelvis can cause pelvic pain, painful intercourse, and fertility problems.   I’ve appreciated the pioneering and well-documented work of the Wurns for many years. And I recommend their therapy to anyone with blocked tubes, pelvic pain, small bowel obstruction, or unexplained […]

37. The Secret Ingredient to Jumpstart Thyroid Health

https://www.drnorthrup.com/secret-ingredient-to-jumpstart-thyroid-health/

While it's true that many women suffer from a variety of different thyroid conditions (such as Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Grave's disease, and goiter), the vast majority of women with thyroid conditions have what's known as "subclinical hypothyroidism."

38. Hormonal Support Can Be a Smorgasbord

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Too many women see the hormone therapy decision as an either/or, yes/no decision. It is important for you to know that you don't necessarily have to choose between traditional HT and alternatives. Think of your perimenopausal support as a smorgasbord. You get to choose what appeals to you at the moment and leave what doesn't.

39. Heart Palpitations

https://www.drnorthrup.com/heart-palpitations/

Though rarely dangerous, heart palpitations can be frightening, and like hot flashes they can range from mild to severe. Heart palpitations at menopause are certainly related to changing hormones. But in many midlife women, heart palpitations are primarily caused by increasing heart energy (influenced by partnership, passion, anger, and forgiveness issues) trying to become embodied in a woman's life.

40. Menopause, Relationships, and the Holidays

https://www.drnorthrup.com/menopause-relationships-and-the-holidays/

The holidays are a crucible for relationship meltdowns. Loved ones with differing expectations, familial patterns, and needs get together to create a "Hallmark moment." Even in the best of circumstances, this can be a set up for dysfunction and stress. At midlife, it can be even tougher.