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Menopause Magazine Gives Women Valuable Answers

Menopause Magazine Gives Women Valuable Answers

I’m excited to tell you about the new digital magazine I’ve just launched called My Menopause Magazine. It targets the needs and issues of woman over 40 and the 6,000 women every day that enter menopause.

As every woman experiencing it knows, menopause is a time of extreme transition physically, emotionally, and hormonally — bringing with it different nutritional, fitness, emotional, and sexual needs. I know first-hand from helping over 10,000 women over the past 30 years that understanding how your body is changing, what is normal and what is not, what are treatment options, which options are best, understanding the risks, knowing what’s new on the horizon, and dozens of similar questions are extremely important to women.

The goal of My Menopause Magazine is to provide a go-to resource for women in this changing time of life to help them optimize their emotional and physical health. Today the average doctor visit lasts only about eight minutes and that small window allows little time to ask the important questions about menopause as a health and lifestyle concern and its impact on daily life. To complicate things further, the medical world keeps changing its mind on what is safe and what isn’t, and the constant stream of new products and information can be terribly confusing.

What’s particularly exciting about the format of My Menopause Magazine is the ability to incorporate videos, audio and even music into the educational process. It transforms learning about the questions and challenges women face into an interactive experience. This is particularly helpful because some people learn best by seeing, some by reading, and others by hearing.

The first issue of My Menopause Magazine is free. Click Here for your FREE issue available in the Apple Newsstand and formatted for iPads. Please Like and share with your friends.

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9 Ways to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk
15 Tips for Living to 100

Read more: Aging, Eating for Health, General Health, Gynecology, Health, Healthy Aging, Menopause, Sex, Sexual Health, Stay Well With Dr. Seibel, Women's Health, Yoga

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Dr. Mache Seibel

Women's health expert and guest speaker Dr. Mache Seibel addresses consumers' critical needs from weight control to HRTmenopause and beyond. He served on the Harvard Medical School faculty for 19 years and is founder of My Menopause Magazine on the Apple Newsstand ( Download the Free App and first Free issue. He works with companies and organizations to bring exciting educational content to consumers. Visit his award-winning website to sign up for his free monthly newsletter.


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8:21PM PDT on Sep 4, 2013

Thanks for the magazine. I would like to know what is the desired estrogen level to combat the acne issue caused during menopause?

8:18AM PDT on Mar 24, 2013

I took Estroven when I was going through menopause, and it helped tremendously...too many doctors did and still are pushing hormones on women which I find ludicrous..however, I still occasionally get the hot flashes...bleah..

2:06PM PDT on Mar 18, 2013

Thanks....I look forward to reading it. I have depression and moodiness....and awful nightsweats and hotflashes...blah!

9:20AM PDT on Mar 17, 2013

Thank you so much for the much needed information.

3:41AM PDT on Mar 16, 2013


1:04AM PDT on Mar 16, 2013

it's a good idea. The hot flashes are absolutely the worst thing I'm experiencing now. Very distracting at work, and when I'm trying to sleep. Good luck with your venture.

10:03PM PDT on Mar 15, 2013

Menopause it not fun

7:45PM PDT on Mar 15, 2013


7:44PM PDT on Mar 15, 2013

The issues I needed to know about menopause were not told to me until it was too keep your vagina in shape with vaginal one ever told me I needed these until too late. Secondly, no one told me by bladder prolapse would cause problems in old age...thanks health care Group Health women for ignoring my issues and focusing on issues that made me think that they were the only issues. Of course, I did not have problems until my 60's with my bladder and vaginal hormone health, but it would have been nice to know that I could have helped these issues not become a problem in my 60's. I win. THERE IS SO MUCH TO DO WITH WOMEN'S MOODS.....I NEVER NOTICED HARDLY MUCH OF A DIFFERENCE EXCEPT IN HOT FLASHES...WHICH I FOUND A HOMEOPATHIC FOR THAT HELPED ME FOR YEARS. PUT IT UNDER THE TONGUE AND IT HELPED WITH MOODS AND HOT FLASHED SO I FELT NORMAL FOR YEARS WHEN I SHOULD HAVE FELT MOODY OR RAGING OR SOMETHING...MY RAGES OF COURSE WERE FOR THE BAD GOVT COVERUPS AND ETC...AS I AM SURE MANY PEOPLE WENT THROUGH AFTER 9/11.....I JUST HAPPENED TO DISCOVER INADVERTENTLY A BAD GOVT COVERUP BEFORE 9/11......AND WHAT WAS THE MOST IRRITATING...IS THAT THE BAD CATHOLICS KNEW ALL ABOUT THE COVERUP ALL OVER THE WORLD AND I DID NOT.


4:54PM PDT on Mar 15, 2013

sometimes I wonder how I got to this point! Thanks for sharing.

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