Your Wellbeing at Midlife Preventive Health Screenings You’ll Need

 

Prevention – A Life Course Approach

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Health Matters Reducing the risk of dementia

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Prime Time Sister Circles: Addressing the paradox of obesity in midlife African-American women

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PHARMAC seminar: Women’s health 2019, 5a of 6, menopause and menopausal hormone therapy

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Managing Menopause: Overview of Symptoms, Update on Therapies

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WEBINAR: Breast Cancer Screening, Prevention & The Importance of Breast Density

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Here are some of the basic screenings you will need in midlife. If you are at high risk or have a family history of health problems or you have serious medical conditions, you’ll need additional screenings and checkups beyond the basic recommendations listed here. Get mammograms to screen for breast cancer as advised by your health care provider.

Screening guidelines vary. Here are some of the basic screenings you will need in midlife. If you are at high risk or have a family history of health problems or you have serious medical conditions, you’ll need additional screenings and checkups beyond the basic recommendations listed here.

Get mammograms to screen for breast cancer as advised by your health care provider. Screening guidelines vary. Preventive Health Screenings You Need at Midlife.

Your good health habits got you this far, and now is no time to abandon them. In fact, you should be even more attentive with these preventive health screenings. Read More. Also measure your waist every few months. A high waist-to-hip ratio increases your risk of insulin resistance and diabetes.

For more information on preventive health in midlife, check out these Preventive Health Screenings You Need. As you enter midlife, additional health screenings like mammograms, colonoscopies and bone density screenings might be on your radar. Your doctor can recommend when and how often you’ll need them based on your personal medical and family history.

Manage stress levels. Here are 10 important screenings and tests you should undergo by age 50: Mammograms: There’s still debate about when to begin breast cancer screening. The American Cancer Society says start by age 40, the US Preventive Services task force says age 50 is fine if there’s no family history of cancer. In an effort to learn more about preventive health services among midlife and older adults, in December 2009 AARP Knowledge Management fielded a short telephone survey among a nationally representative sample of Americans age 45+.

Results indicate that prevention seems to be top-of-mind among this. Ask your doctor how often you should be screened for it to protect yourself against stroke and heart disease. A colonoscopy is recommended at age 50 (earlier if you’re at high risk). WebMD Medical.

The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening for hepatitis C. Depending on your lifestyle and medical history, you may need to be screened for infections such as syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV, as well as other infections. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says all women between ages 50 and 74 should have a mammogram every 2 years.

The American Cancer Society says if you’re over 40.

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Health promotion addresses choices in behavior and practices that optimize health and well-being for the adult in midlife.

“Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book” by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
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by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
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I can highly recommend Health Promotion and Aging as an essential resource for those of us who have important roles in promoting health for older adults.

“Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals” by David Haber, PhD
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The National Report on Healthy Aging reports on 15 indicators of older adult health, which are grouped into four areas: health status, health behaviors, preventive care and screening, and injuries.

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Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2010 Gambert SR: Be Fit for Life: A Guide to Successful Aging: A Wellness, Weight Management, and Fitness Program You Can Live With.

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Family and Community Health: The Journal of Health Promotion and Maintenance, 29, 169À185.

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  • Don’t take anything with gmo soy as it erodes yr thyroid glandmost women r hypothyroid for which progesterone helps.

    Much safer to use natural progesterone cream.
    Look up Barbara Hoffman’s utube channel. Also Dr John Lee’s book: what yr doc didn’t tell u about menopause.

  • I had uterus, tubes and ovary removed at age 46 or so. I was okay using natural methods for 3 years then went into extreme menopause symptoms. I have hot flashes with drenching during day as well as night. I was on estrogen for almost 10 years and taken off by doctor. I went right back to extreme symptoms. I have had this over 12 yrs now. I have been on various groups online and there are many women who have had menopause symptoms for well over 10 yrs.

  • Thank you Dr. Macaulay for this information! Especially was interested in the slide, “Where we are now”, and will discuss this information with my team of healthcare professionals. NICE PRESENTATION!

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  • Should my regular gynecologist be able to prescribe hormone therapy or do I need to see a hormone specialist? Thanks for the useful information!

  • Take Amberen supplements to help your hypothalamus receptors work again and eat progurt to reset your gut/brain and menopause symptoms will disappear in no time!! Miracle natural combo.

  • Treatments for Premature Menopause:Use Agbara Herbal Deep Root Cleanser is the most effective treatment option for relieving menopausal hot flashes. Depending on your personal and family medical history, your doctor may recommend estrogen in the lowest dose and the shortest time frame needed to provide symptom relief for you.But Agbara Herbal Medication Cure it completely and make you very free from premature Menopause

  • So a quick overview of this thorough explanation pretty much boils down to women being COMPLETELY FUCKED after the age of 40. Meanwhile men are going through a midlife crises and want to reverse everything, look young, maybe drive a sports car,change exterior appearance, start working out….during this time the wife is practically starting her decline so what happens?? Obviously men become distant, annoyed which ultimately leads to CHEATING! Thank you God. Can’t really admire you on this equation. ����‍♀️��

  • My hormones are creeping on me trying to kill me slowly and there’s no cure. The reality there’s nothing helping for me. The more I try, the worse it got. I can’t cope anymore and I am starving! Done healthy food, exercise, lost the weight and everything natural. I was coping very well until I reached the start of postmenopausal stage. WOW… what a hell.. Severe anxiety, depression, panic attacks, feeling sick in my stomach, palpitation, dizziness and everything else.Going Doctor’s and A&E back and forwards…. My life’s just turned upside down….I’m not me anymore and exhausted. I miss my strength, good health, confidence, junk food, chocolate, cakes, pizza, Mcdies, cigarettes…. all lost and gone:-(… Hopefully some clever scientist can found a cure!

  • 28:20 hormone therapy randomised controlled trials results

    51:15 bio ‘identical’ or bio similar hormone therapy

    What about treatment for osteoporosis without hormone therapy as mentioned at the beginning of the talk?

  • It’s a TRAVESTY that women are being kept from the one thing that their bodies need…HORMONES! I found only a couple doctors that truly believe in restoring women’s hormones at whatever dose is needed and not just what a manufacturer recommends. I lost my ovaries 4 years ago premeno at age 48 and I finally found a doctor that will give me enough estrogen to restore my health. Estrogen protects us from heart disease(which is the number one killer of menopausal women after menopause!) osteoporosis and brain health. My doctor has written many books about women and hormones and she herself lost her ovaries long before menopause and had zero help from doctors on how to restore her health. She also prescribes a low dose of testosterone and that is not just for libido but for energy, muscle strength and cognitive function. I was totally mistreated during perimeno with AD’s, sleeping pills, anti-acid meds, etc. etc. and not until I hit severe(surgical) post menopause did I find a doctor that cared to look at my entire endocrine system, and me as a whole person, did I start to feel human again. It takes many months to get the right doses of hormone but I will never go off of them and neither will my own doctor! If women are going to live past 48 years old they MUST have hormones replenished. PERIOD!

  • Do the symptoms of menopause fill you with anxiety and despair? Need a way to regain control, stop feeling miserable, and get on with your life?
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    Manage the symptoms of menopause, using hypnosis:)

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy does not influence womens’ long term survival!
    http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j4230
    http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2653735
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-menopause-hormones/menopause-hormone-therapy-not-linked-to-premature-death-idUSKCN1BN2LQ

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  • This was an hour video of listening to women being lab rats & all the mistakes doctors made prescribing their miracle pills. Couldn’t finish the video. Makes me realize even more to always always always research whenever a doctor writes out a piece of paper for a synthetic pill like they do for everything. My doctor did that when I was at my appt last year. I am 53 and she prescribed me synthetic hormone pills and wanted me to be on an auto shipment with some company. Maybe she was getting the ol kickback from the pharmaceutical Co? Nope. Didn’t do the synthetic.

  • Great information. Thank you. I am 38 yrs old I had a full hysterectomy in 2012 and recently went for my annual obgyn also a blood test, I was not surprised my levels are dramatically lower than the recommended levels. I felt like I was going insane while on fire!!! I am going to start BHRT in 48 hours (that is typically how long it takes a compound pharmacy to create a individuals mixture) but I still have major concerns about any treatment. However, I need a clear mind and controlled symptoms to be effective in my research for what is best for me and my daughter, when she starts her life change. My best advice thus far is Mediation, Yoga, healthy eating, and positive affirmations/visualization. Also, it is very important to take the right supplements and at minimum 8 glasses of water daily. These are just my suggestion, clearly I am not a Healthcare provider, merely a struggling mid-age adult trying to find what works for me.

  • I’ve had a total hysterectomy since 1998. I went to my gyn this month Dec. 2015 and she said I don’t need estrogen if I’m not having hot flashes and night sweats. She said doctors not recommending estrogen because of risk in breast cancer and blood clots. She said I need depression medication and only prescribed me vaginal tablets. What do you think?

  • “Sistas” kicked black men to the curb in favor of feminism and welfare. They look for love everywhere but with the black man. Go figure if they can’t find it outside.

  • a special lubricant for women to use for their vagina: a carrier oil such as pure, natural sesame oil that is clear ( not the brown toasted kind) and grapeseed oil are the best textures and add pure essential oils (NOW brand is good and not expensive); lavender, clary sage, and eucalyptus are mixtures that also help with the prevention of certain diseases. You should mix the amount where you are able to smell the essential oils strongly and find the mixture that suits you best. You may also add tea tree oil, but it has a strong smell and has a slight numbing affect and can help with any pain and help your man last longer… (:

  • A huge component to black female obesity is black men’s “attraction to obese women” (of all races). Non-black women tend to have more difficulty attracting non-black men if they are obese, while many black men actually “reward” black women for being obese with sexual attention, which is something that most non-black men do not do for obese black women.

  • BLACK WOMEN OBESITY TV>HERE ON YOU TUBE>(SCROLL DOWN YOUTUBE TO FIND PHOTO OF YOUNG BLACK WOMAN STANDING ON A SCALE.->COMMENTATOR NUTRITIONIST ROB.

  • Grandchildren bring joy to grandparents, grandparent actually happier when they have their grandkids around. They live longer, that’s why black grandparent live longer

  • Thank you for sharing this presentation. It was really interesting and I feel personally more informed about what’s ahead and the options available.

  • that is ridiculous!!!!you can exercise at your home! you can get exercise by cleaning the fucking house! or running around with there bastard kids!!!!

  • “In 1900 womens life expectancy was about 48 years”? If you’ve ever done any genealogy you will know that’s not true at all. That statistic (like many statistics) includes babies who die at birth or a little after. And since the life expectancy for a newborn in 1900 was much lower then and today babies are not dying so often due to medical “advsnces” this is shown in the average as a significant drop in life expectancy. Its the same as taking the average life expectancy of two babies. One dies at birth and the other lives to be 100. The average life exp6would then be 50 years.

  • Thank you. I’m happy that people are recognising the impact they can make by becoming more aware of dementia prevention and helping to implement in an inter professionals.