|“Women in the U.S. are given a one-
size-fits-all, cookbook approach, when individualized options using natural human hormones... would provide better outcomes with fewer side effects.”
— Elizabeth Lee Vliet, MD
Screaming to Be Heard: Hormonal Connections Women Suspect… And Doctors Still Ignore
Publisher: Scribner, New York
Are YOU a woman between the ages of 25 and 65? Are you experiencing any of the following?
Have you seen one health professional after another without getting the help you need? Does it seem like no one is listening?
Have you tried many different therapies, but still don't feel like yourself? Do you know that something physical is happening to your body, even though everyone tells you that it’s all in your head?
If any of the above applies to you, then you must read this book!
Screaming to Be Heard validates what women have suspected all along: hormonal cycles DO play a role in many health problems that affect women in greater numbers than men. Dr. Vliet explains the complex connections between hormones and brain messengers that regulate memory, mood, sex drive, appetite, pain, and other body changes. She blends various treatment options to help women find “wholeness” in the fragmented, symptom-based approach of both alternative and traditional medicine.
The hormone connection often goes unrecognized, even by experienced doctors, and has not yet been seriously examined by the medical industry. Yet there ARE hormonal differences between men and women, and these differences can tip the balance toward health or illness, or even life or death.
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