Menopause and other symptoms of hormonal imbalances: Prof. Breymann in a podcast with Tine Hertz and One Thirty Labs from Copenhagen

GYN & PERINATAL ZURICH > Menopause and other symptoms of hormonal imbalances: Prof. Breymann in a podcast with Tine Hertz and One Thirty Labs from Copenhagen

The increase in life expectancy over the last century has had a significant impact on women's lives. Delayed childcare has led to fertility issues, and women now spend a greater proportion of their lives post-menopause, making the management and understanding of hormonal changes at all stages of life even more important.

Listen to an insightful episode about women's health. Prof. Christian Breymann shares his extensive experience in this field and how menopause and other symptoms of hormonal imbalances are often closely linked to other deficiencies in the body, such as iron and vitamin D deficiency.

We dive into his holistic approach to optimizing women's health through all stages of life, and why diagnostics and a thorough understanding of other symptoms, issues and conditions is so important to ensure the best and most sustainable results for the individual woman.

Christian Breymann is a professor of obstetrics and gynecology based in Zurich, Switzerland. In addition to his normal clinical work, Christian is very focused on healthy ageing, hormonal changes and menopause in women.

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