The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause Podcast
If you are one of the millions of women who want answers about menopause, help has arrived. Join Host and Author Holly L. Thacker, MD as she reads her acclaimed book, The Cleveland Clinic Guide To Menopause.
Dr. Thacker, a trailblazer in women’s health, cuts through the myths and misinformation and provides solid information to help you handle menopause more effectively. She also offers advice that helps you improve your vitality, longevity, and quality of life.
This episode of the Podcast is the Epilogue - the final chapter of The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause.
Thanks for tuning in to listen to Dr. Holly Thacker as she reads and discusses each chapter of her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause.
Host and author Dr. Holly Thacker wraps up her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause with several Appendixes discussing preventive care, shared medical appointments, managing migraine headaches, caregiving keys, understanding compounding pharmacies, and resources for midlife women.Support the show
Many women seek balance during midlife, perhaps because menopause introduces so many hormonal shifts.
Host and author Dr. Holly Thacker reads Chapter 14 of her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause - Your Body, Your Choices and shares ways women can feel better and age better.
What constitutes abnormal bleeding when you're entering menopause?
Host and author Dr. Holly Thacker discusses what to look for with abnormal bleeding and what you're options are for treatment in Chapter 13 of her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause.
Midlife is a critical turning point for a woman's bone health. There's a direct relationship between menopause and the development of the bone thinning disorder termed osteoporosis.
Midlife is a prime time to prevent and treat low bone mass, so we can stay strong, healthy and in charge in our later years!
Hormone therapy is not a one size fits all solution. Hot flashes might be one woman's most severe symptom, but another woman may be more concerned about sexual dysfunction.
Host and Author Dr. Holly Thacker reads and discusses "Customizing Hormone Therapy." Dr. Thacker discusses the wide variety of hormone therapy options and what may be best for you based on your menopausal symptoms.
Hormone therapy is still the best available treatment to treat menopausal symptoms.
Host and Author Dr. Holly Thacker reads and discusses "The Risks and Benefits of Hormone Therapy," Chapter 10 of her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause.
Not in the mood? Is it hormonal, is it my partner, or is it a normal part of aging?
Join Host and Author Dr. Holly Thacker as she reads and discusses "Menopause and Sex," Chapter 9 of her book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Menopause. Dr. Thacker will share common low sex drive symptoms and the different treatment option available.
Sleep is one of the body's basic needs, it restores and preserves our health. When we're sleep deprived, our tolerant for stress plummets.
Women who report the most sleep problems are those in the perimenopausal through menopausal years. Host and Author Dr. Holly Thacker discusses how to get a better night's rest and what not to do during the day that prevents quality sleep at night.
If there's one line that screams menopause it's, "I'm having a hot flash!"
Hot flashes and night sweats can interfere with a woman's everyday life. Host and Author Dr. Holly Thacker shares ways women can minimize hot flashes and treatment options.