September is Menopause Awareness Month.
In support of Menopause Awareness Month, and women struggling with Hot Flashes everywhere, I want to highlight 5 unlikely causes of Hot Flashes. Sure low Estrogen can cause Hot Flashes, but is that all there is to a Hot Flash?
For so many, Menopause or Peri-menopause for women means Hot Flashes. Hot flashes are the #1 identified menopausal symptom. Whether they be day or night, they are still Hot Flashes. Some women struggle with severe Hot Flashes, other women battle almost no Hot Flashes. Why the difference? Simply stated, Hot Flashes are complex. If Hot Flashes were simply the result of a decline in Estrogen during the Menopause transition, as most marketing implies, then all women would struggle with Hot Flashes in the Menopause transition. But obviously, Hot Flashes (and Menopause for that matter) is so much more than declining Estrogen levels. The following 5 unrecognized causes of Hot Flashes will reveal the complexity of the dreaded Hot Flash.
Does Testosterone therapy increase Cardiovascular disease in men? Does low Testosterone increase Cardiovascular disease in men? Is low Testosterone even a problem in men, or is it simply a marketing fallacy? Is there a timeline of low Testosterone to the development of disease in men to follow? Are men simply Testosterone fueled erections as marketing implies or is Testosterone simply one piece of the puzzle in men’s health? Is Testosterone the effect, the cause, or both?
As it relates to Testosterone, that is all we get today–questions. Is Testosterone safe? Is Testosterone dangerous? How about some answers? This new video post will review the scientific evidence and the timeline of Low Testosterone to Cardiovascular disease in men. No opinions here, just let the science highlight the metabolic dysfunction that is the result of low Testosterone. The result is Metabolic Syndrome that is the door way to disease for men. Dr Goodyear will answer these questions and more as he moves beyond Man Boob Nation to “Man Boobs to Metabolic Syndrome”.