This week, on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about how everyone has biases, where his come from, and how, hormonally, women should address workouts and health.
(Begins at 00:10:16)
- Everyone has a bias. Doc’s is based on his clinical experience.
- You’re open to your views. The only problem I have is when you force them on others.
- “When you take a vax, does it make you healthy?”
- “What do you define as health?”
This week, on A Different Perspective, Doc answers questions about sleep and exercise.
(Begins at 00:40:36)
- (00:40:36) Kimberly— I’d love you to give an example of how a fit, healthy woman should look, so we can get a better understanding. I am 44, have a 6-pack, and high metabolism. I know my hormones are off, but have a hard time making a change.
- (00:43:39) How should women exercise if they’re post-menopausal or if they’ve had a hysterectomy?
- (00:45:02) Cindy is doing the no sugar challenge, but she has a problem with her energy. How do I get my energy back?
- (00:46:12) Best ways to lower cortisol for ladies?
- (00:52:06) what if a woman around age 28 recently started exercising, and her cycle changes, and is WAY shorter than before? Like, 2 days, as well as minimal blood flow
- (00:54:13) Ever since I’ve been in menopause, I wake up at 3 am every morning.