Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 13, 2013
Some 6,000 American women each day – nearly two million every year – enter menopause at an average age of 51, and they can expect that one-third of their lives will be spent after this transition. It is time when women are changing physically, emotionally and hormonally and have many questions, issues and concerns. Dr. Machelle (Mache) Seibel in his new My Menopause Magazine addresses these questions and provides answers based on more than 25 years of experience as a respected physician, educator, speaker and author, Dr. Seibel addresses issues like: “How relationships affect your brain” and “How to prepare for menopause.” He also clears up questions about confusing subjects like whether or not it’s safe to take hormones or the latest pill for vaginal dryness. Dr. Seibel often recommends non-hormonal solutions like Replens Long-Lasting Vaginal Moisturizer, which is estrogen-free and has shown in clinical studies to be one of the most effective ways to treat vaginal dryness.
Dr. Seibel, one of America’s leading experts on women’s health and menopause, has devoted his career to helping women understand and make informed choices about their nutritional, exercise, emotional and sexual needs in menopause, a commitment that led him to create My Menopause Magazine, a unique online and print resource focused on giving women answers and encouragement. My Menopause and Dr. Seibel’s many other lifetime achievements have been honored with the 2013 NAMS Media Award from the North American Menopause Society. Dr. Seibel’s informative website, http://www.doctorseibel.com, won a Gold Web Health award for Menopause and General Health education in 2012.
The NAMS Media Award is given annually to recognize a media professional whose exceptional contributions and achievements have expanded women’s knowledge and understanding of menopause and their own unique health issues.
“It’s my passion to create easy to understand information that can help women in and around menopause lead healthier, happier, more vibrant lives,” Dr. Seibel stated. “Because women make 80% of the healthcare decisions, they have the greatest positive impact on the overall healthcare of the country and play such a major role in family health decisions.
My Menopause fills a need for concise, accurate and current information for women in peri-menopause and menopause. It is the first digital magazine in the Apple newsstand dedicated to this topic. Issues contain videos, music, quotes and recipes in addition to content rich articles on health, wellness, fitness, mindfulness and sexuality. There are also question and answer and patient experience sections.
“Women should not accept that aging means the end of sexual satisfaction or good health” Dr. Seibel added. “It is important that women take charge of their health, and to do that they need the kind of insight and self-confidence My Menopause brings them.”