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by Edward L. Klaiber
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Women's Health
  • Author:
    Edward L. Klaiber
  • ISBN:
    0060193735
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060193737
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  • Publisher:
    Harper; 1 edition (March 6, 2001)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Women's Health
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Hormones and the Mind presents a revolutionary program for treating emotional. I now own 3 copies of Dr. Edward L Klaiber's book-"Hormones and the Mind". 1 book for myself, 1 book for my husband (he's on the road alot), and 1 book for my Family Doctor.

Hormones and the Mind presents a revolutionary program for treating emotional. I went to our City's Public Library and checked out 6 books that contained information pertaining to 'hormones'.

Hormones and the Mind is a must-read for women of all ages experiencing problems with mood, memory, and sexuality. Hormones and the Mind : A Woman's Guide to Enhancing Mood, Memory and Sexual Vitality. by Edward L. Klaiber.

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Hormones and the Mind. Hormones and the Mind presents a revolutionary program for treating emotional, cognitive, and sexual problems through a unique system of individualised hormone modulation. Until recently, hormonal treatments have been seen primarily as a way of fighting against osteoporosis and protecting the heart.

Roles of the gonadal steroid hormones in psychiatric depression in men and women. William Vogel, Edward L. Klaiber, Donald M. Broverman. Abstract 1. 1. Depressed men and women who fail to respond to conventional antidepressant treatment show significant alleviation of depressive symptoms when treated with high doses of gonadal.

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About publications (1) network. A critique of the Women's Health Initiative hormone therapy study. Authors: Edward L Klaiber William Vogel Susan Rako. Publications 1. Publications by authors named "Edward L Klaiber". 1PubMed Central Citations. Fertil Steril 2005 Dec;84(6):1589-601. Department of Internal Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.

Klaiber received his medical degree from the State Univerisity of New York Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse.

Klaiber received his medical degree from the State Univerisity of New York Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse

No significant product-moment correlations were found between the various hormonal measures and the seminal fluid indexes in the overall sample.

No significant product-moment correlations were found between the various hormonal measures and the seminal fluid indexes in the overall sample. However smokers with sperm counts below the median of the sample had significantly higher mean levels of E2 and PRE2 than smokers with sperm counts above the mean.

The Mind Robber is the second serial of the sixth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in five weekly parts from 14 September to 12 October 1968

The Mind Robber is the second serial of the sixth season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in five weekly parts from 14 September to 12 October 1968. The serial is set outside of time and space in a world where fictional characters and mythological creatures including Medusa and the Minotaur exist.

Hormones and the Mind is a must-read for women of all ages experiencing problems with mood, memory, and sexuality.

Until recently, hormonal treatments have been used infrequently for a relatively narrow range of ailments. Now Dr. Edward L. Klaiber, a leading researcher and clinician in the burgeoning held of psychoneuroendocrinology, shows how hormone modulation can correct hormonal imbalances and work as an effective remedy against depression, memory loss, mental fuzziness, sexual disinterest, PMS, and other symptoms many women face as they approach menopause. Packed with up-to-date scientific research on brain chemistry, compelling testimonials from patients, and practical guidelines that tell readers what they need to know before seeing a doctor, Hormones and the Mind sends a signal of hope to the people who need it most.

Includes tables that list and explain hormonal treatments Presents actual case studies that show how hormone treatments have a beneficial and lasting impact Shows how customized hormone treatments can be tailored to match your unique physiological profile Provides useful guidelines to help readers achieve successful hormone modulation.

Written in an authoritative and accessible style, Hormones and the Mind presents convincing new evidence that hormone modulation offers an effective solution for a range of troubling symptoms. The result for many women is a more productive, joyous, richer life.


Bodwyn
This is a perfect book to learn about how our hormones effect our mind. I learned about the testing that went on back in the 50's on women who were put into institutions because people thought they were crazy. When these women were given large doses of estrogen they reacted positively to the hormone supplement. Although I don't prefer the synthetic hormones, I do believe strongly in the bio-identical hormones and the support a bit of cream daily can do to help women who have moderate to severe symptoms through mid-life.

I sought Dr. Klaiber out and eventually became a patient of his for a period of time. A wonderfully smart man and he helped me through a rough time.
Ffyan
I now own 3 copies of Dr. Edward L Klaiber's book-"Hormones and the Mind". 1 book for myself, 1 book for my husband (he's on the road alot), and 1 book for my Family Doctor.
I have been ill for a long time!! Circumstances led me to research 'hormones' as a possible link to my health problems. I went to our City's Public Library and checked out 6 books that contained information pertaining to 'hormones'. As I began the daunting task of reading through these books, Dr. Klaiber's book-"Hormones and the Mind"- kept drawing me back to it's pages, again and again, until finally, his book was the ONLY book I was reading-and paying ALOT of attention to.
I eventually began to tell my husband about this book and many of the 'case histories'-stories that sounded remarkably like MY OWN story!
My husband began to read the book himself, and after trying to call and discuss 'my case' with several of our local 'endocrinologists', decided that he would try to contact Dr. Klaiber, himself.
My husband did reach the office of Dr. Klaiber, and set up an appointment for me to see him at the end of this April.
Women having trouble with PMS, menopause, and/or menstrual problems may find new hope in this book with it's NEW APPROACHES to old problems!
Modimeena
I was disappointed with this book's reliance on prescription drugs as the "cure all" for PMS, depression, etc. It seemed that once the hormonal problems were "discovered", they were simply treated with an antidepressant, and the doctor added a "low trial dose" of hormones to the mix to lend credibility. High on drugs, his patients would report "feeling great." No kidding. Psychostimulants can do that.

Dr. Klaiber mentions and/or prescribes Prozac 29 times, Paxil 9 times, SSRI's 18 times, Zoloft 13 times, offering glowing reports of each of his "case studies" whom he has "hormonally corrected" with drugs (see page 138 for an example.) Yet, he neglects to mention any dangerous (and proven) side effects associated with these "happy pills", their addictive qualities, the dangers of SSRI withdrawals, and proven long-term health risks. This book made me wonder who granted or "sponsored" his research, or what kind of "benefit" he was getting back from Big Pharma (Eli Lily, GSK, etc.) The word "hormones" in the title is misleading. "Anti-Depressants and the Mind: A Woman's Guide to Enhancing Mood, Memory, and Sexual Vitality with Drugs" is more fitting.

I don't recommend this book to anyone who is interested in whole body-mind wellness. If you want to live a drug-free, healthy, balanced life, this book has little to offer. Other books (The Hormone Survival Guide for Perimenopause: Balance Your Hormones Naturally by Nisha Jackson for example) are much more informative .
CrazyDemon
Excellent source of information for women suffering from depression, symptoms of menopause, and PMS. This book thoroughly explains peri- and post-menopausal symptoms such as memory loss, low libido, depression, etc. and how horomones (estrogen and testosterone) can relieve the symptoms. The book is well written and easy to understand. I highly recommend it for any women who has these symptoms.