Have you ever had issues with your period or health and wondered… is this normal?
Maybe you’ve wondered if the length of your period is normal or you’ve experienced major PMS symptoms or fatigue and you’re not sure why.
Perhaps your doctor has dismissed your issues, or you feel uncomfortable asking certain questions.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was just a manual that could walk you through everything related to women’s health? (Guess what? There is now!).
In this episode of the SHE podcast, I spoke with naturopathic endocrinologist Dr. Jolene Brighten about her new book, Is This Normal, which walks you through all the questions you’ve been dying to ask about women’s health.
Meet Dr. Brighten
If you don’t know who Dr. Brighten is, you should! She is a pioneer in women’s medicine and an award-winning board-certified naturopathic endocrinologist. She’s written some great books, including Beyond the Pill and Healing Your Body Naturally After Childbirth.
A fierce patient advocate and completely dedicated to uncovering the root cause of hormonal imbalances, Dr. Brighten empowers women worldwide to take control of their health and their hormones.
If you haven’t listened to it, make sure to check out a previous podcast episode I did with her all about how birth control can affect your health!
Learn More About Women’s Health
If you’re ready to get to the root cause of your period problems and hormonal imbalances, or you’re just wondering what’s considered normal, then tune in to this episode to learn:
- The top three most commonly asked questions women have about period and hormonal health
- What a “normal” period looks like
- How to track your cycle
- Symptoms that indicate hormonal imbalances
- What endocrine disruptors are, where they are found, and how they affect your health
- How to support your body’s detoxification process
Want to dig deeper? Check out these links mentioned in the episode: