Back to the Bedroom with femMED

"Tired of Being Tired?" and "Revive Your Love Life" are 2 guides being offered for free from femMED

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Whether a woman is going through menopause or is in her early 20s, I want to be certain that our supplements and informational guidebooks support a healthy and clean lifestyle.

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 28, 2013

femMED, a premium line of doctor-formulated supplements for women, collaborated with Camille Lawson, RN, psychotherapist, and women’s health expert and Kelli Young, Registered Sex Therapist to educate individuals on how to get a better night’s sleep and how to ramp up their sex life. "Tired of Being Tired?" and "Revive Your Love Life are both available free to consumers across North America when they take advantage of a special offer from femMED at http://www.stophotflashes.com or http://www.trylibido.com.

In "Tired of Being Tired", Camille Lawson helps people learn how they can achieve a healthy and well-rested life. She discusses the health risks associated with lack of sleep and provides some simple strategies women can use to achieve a good nights sleep. The guide also discusses the dangers surrounding the long term use of prescription sleep aids and how a proper diet along with nutritional supplements can play an important role in restful sleep.

Lack of sleep can also affect a woman's libido. In fact, 40 percent of women experience low libido at some point in their lives. In "Revive Your Love Life", Registered Sex Therapist Kelli Young, sheds some light on the causes of low libido and provides strategies women can use to boost their libido and revive their love life.

Young also discusses the top ten reasons why sex is good for women and the impact that a low libido can have on a women’s health and relationships.

“Whether a woman is going through menopause or is in her early 20s, I want to be certain that our supplements and informational guides support a healthy and clean lifestyle,” said Shawna Page, Founder and CEO of femMED. “With Camille’s and Kelli’s expertise, we’ve put together guides that I think will help many individuals assess their daily activities to promote better health.”

For more information about femMED supplements, please visit http://www.femmed.com.

About femMED
femMED is the first user-friendly, mass channel retail brand of comprehensive supplements designed specifically for women, providing simple solutions for their most common health concerns. Colour-coded and easy-to-identify solutions in 13 formulations make it easier than ever for women to take control of their health. femMED’s line of doctor-formulated solutions is designed to address the needs of women at every stage of life. Each product uses only the highest quality vitamins, minerals and herbs. All femMED products are free of gluten, dairy, egg, artificial colours or flavours, and almost all are yeast free, suitable for vegetarians and delivered in a vegetable capsule. Best of all, femMED formulas are designed to work on their own, or in combination with other femMED formulas to achieve multiple health goals. All products are produced in a Canadian pharmaceutically licensed facility. femMED products are available at major retailers across Canada or online at femmed.com

About Camille Lawson, RN, BA, Med
Camille Lawson has been empowering clients in the healthcare profession for over 20 years. She is a Registered Nurse, a sexuality educator and consultant, and has also been a private practice psychotherapist specializing in relationships. Camille is respected for her expertise in nutrition, and has recently been studying the effects of toxicity on our health. She is committed to educating people about the importance of proper cleansing and replenishing of nutrients in order to balance brain chemistry to create the conditions necessary to achieve optimal health and vitality. Camille speaks professionally to a wide variety of groups with the overall goal of empowering people to be the best they can be!

Camille is solution focused, compassionate, and provides CLARITY. She believes every life is passionate and rich and should be filled with health, wealth and freedom – in every sense of these words. She is a successful entrepreneur and a true leader that others want to partner with.
Her work is groundbreaking in the area of brain chemistry and nutrition – this changes lives physically, mentally and emotionally. She is also a writer and her articles appear in various publications and on the internet. Camille is a guest lecturer and she is regularly asked to address diverse populations – EVERYONE wants solutions that work!

About Kelli Young, Med, BScOT, OTReg.(Ont.)
Kelli Young earned her degree in occupational therapy in 1992 from the University of Western Ontario. She is a registered occupational therapist with training, certification and expertise in the areas of Marriage and Family Therapy, and Sex Therapy. Since 1992 she has worked in the Eating Disorders Program at the Toronto General Hospital where she provides group, individual, family and couple therapy. She also has a private practice in Toronto.

Kelli has extensive training in sex therapy, including a practicum in the Sexual Medicine Counseling Unit at Sunnybrook and Women’s Health Sciences Centre. She has also completed the “Intensive Sex Therapy Training Institute” (2001); the “Advanced Training Program in Treating Female Sexual Dysfunction” (2002) and the “Sexual Attitudes Reassessment (SAR)” Institute (2006) through the University of Guelph. She has training and experience in a variety of couple and family therapy models, including Narrative Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy, and Feminist Therapy, which are approaches that she draws from extensively in her work. She also utilizes principles and methods of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Kelli holds a teaching appointment (rank of Lecturer) at the University of Toronto, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy in the Faculty of Medicine. Kelli is the recipient of several teaching awards. Most recently she received the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy 2011 Community Partners Award for “Outstanding Significant Contributions during 2010-2011”.


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