"Healing Happens At Joy" This episode is all about hormones. Plus, we chat about wine, how to get better sleep, and decoding the DUTCH Hormone Test. Dr. Carrie is a Naturopathic Physician, board-certified in Naturopathic Endocrinology (FABNE) with a Master's in Public Health (MPH). Dr. Carrie has spent 15 years in the field of functional and integrative medicine. As former Adjunct Faculty for the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM), Dr. Carrie has taught Gynecology and Advanced Endocrinology courses. She has been the Medical Director for two large integrative clinics in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Carrie is currently the Medical Director for Precision Analytical Inc, creator of the most cutting-edge hormone test on the market, the DUTCH Test.
When I talk about the hormone testosterone, clients often think the topic only applies to men, however testosterone plays an equally important role in women. Common symptoms of low testosterone in women can look like depression and mood swings, low libido, muscle loss or an inability to put on muscle. How does testosterone get made? This is a good question, because men and women make testosterone in different parts of the body. But the signaling system for both men and women starts in the brain. The brain, specifically the hypothalamus and pituitary gland sends a message down to the ovaries (if you’re a woman) and the testes (if you're a male) to tell those organs to produce testosterone. However,
Are you ready to experience the brilliant health you deserve? If yes, then this episode, strategies to get your hormones working for you, not against you, is going to be one you aren't going to want to miss. Dr. Kyrin began to learn functional medicine firsthand by running her own hormone and thyroid tests at home. Dr. Kyrin quickly discovered that she had thyroid, progesterone, and low cortisol issues, so she began to address them with herbs, vitamins, and supplements. Dr. Kyrin later did stool testing to find out what was causing all her stomach issues. After the results came back, Dr. Kyrin was able to pinpoint the best diet for her digestive system. She took
Let’s talk about sex, baby. Susan Bratton is a champion and advocate for all who desire passionate relationships. Considered the "Dear Abby of Sex," Susan's fresh approach and original ideas have helped millions of people of all ages, and across the gender spectrum transforms sex into a passion. In this podcast, Let's talk about Sex, we cover: - How to keep your sex life thriving when “new relationship energy” wears off - The ways gender can be fluid - About our sex drives – are they meant to decrease over time? - How libido, desire, and arousal intersect and affect our horniness - Why porn is ruining our society - How to get on the upward