Women’s Health

There are so many things that affect a woman’s overall health and wellness that are not being addressed in today’s world. Testosterone needs, which are critical for the quality and longevity of a woman’s life, are just starting to be discussed with very few women getting the proper advice. Planning for pregnancy is critical to having the safest and healthiest pregnancy and the healthiest child. If the mother’s body is full of metabolic and other chemical waste, this can greatly affect the mother and developing child. If the mother is deficient in nutrients, this can be very bad for the developing child and make the mother feel terrible and result in mood swings, post-partum depression, nausea, sleep issues, weakness and fatigue. Women have special needs; their bodies are built a certain way and need to be treated as such. Chalmers Wellness understands the unique needs of a woman’s body, how it works and the specific chemical and physical requirements needed for proper wellness and long-term health.

Unlocking Women’s Health: Insights and Solutions with Dr. Matt Chalmers on the Barry Shore Podcast.

In this episode of “The Joy of Living” hosted by Barry Shore, Dr. Matt Chalmers shares his insights on various topics related to women’s health, gender in sports, body types, hormone therapy, the opioid epidemic, and the healing power of testosterone.

Starting with women’s health, Dr. Chalmers expresses his concern that not enough is being done to address issues such as PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and endometriosis. He highlights the potential benefits of increasing myoinositol and emphasizes the impact of excessive estrogen levels on cancer risk. Additionally, he acknowledges the importance of addressing psychological and mental aspects of women’s health.

Moving on to the topic of biological male/female distinctions, Dr. Chalmers supports the idea of keeping men and women separate in sports competitions to avoid confusion and dysphoria. He emphasizes the importance of maintaining gender distinctions and suggests that introducing the wrong chemicals or chemistry into the body can lead to adverse effects, including cancer.

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