198 – Heal your hormones to bring more pleasure into your love life [Podcast with Dr. Jolene Brighten]
We’re so excited to have Dr. Jolene Brighten back on the PCOS Diva podcast to discuss how to balance your hormones to improve your PCOS symptoms and your sex life. Dr. Brighten is a board certified naturopathic endocrinologist, clinical sexologist, and prominent leader in women’s medicine. Dr. Brighten empowers women worldwide to take control of their health and their hormones.
Many women with PCOS have a low sex drive, irregular periods, mood swings, anxiety and more. The good news is, there are things you can do to improve your hormones to eliminate these issues. On this episode of the PCOS Diva Podcast Dr. Vinu Jyothi and Dr. Jolene Brighten discuss lifestyle changes, supplements and medication options that may help improve your hormones.
Listen in and learn:
- How a woman’s menstrual cycle & PCOS affects libido
- How adrenal health impacts ovulation
- Signs your hormones aren’t “normal”
- How overall health contributes to sexual function
- How to tell the difference between perimenopause & PCOS
Dr. Jolene Brighten’s New Book: Is This Normal
Connect with Dr. Jolene Brighten:
Dr. Jolene Brighten’s Website
Previous Podcasts with Dr. Jolene Brighten:
PCOS Diva Podcast Episode 87: STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT PCOS, THE PILL, AND POST PILL SYNDROME
PCOS Diva Podcast Episode 105: HOW TO MINIMIZE YOUR RISK ON THE BIRTH CONTROL PILL
Dr. Jolene Brighten is a board certified naturopathic endocrinologist, clinical sexologist, and prominent leader in women’s medicine. A fierce patient advocate and completely dedicated to uncovering the root cause of hormonal imbalances, Dr. Brighten empowers women worldwide to take control of their health and their hormones. She is an international speaker, clinical educator, medical advisor within the tech community, and considered a leading authority on women’s health. Dr. Brighten is also part of the MindBodyGreen Collective and a faculty member for the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. Her work has been featured in the New York Post, Forbes, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post, Bustle, The Guardian, and ABC News.