Finding A New Way Forward
Dr. Sheryl Spitzer-Resnick, MD is a family medicine physician and certified in integrative and holistic medicine. Dr. Sheryl believes the ultimate goal in health and happiness is finding balance. Many things can affect our balance such as life experience, diet, exercise and sleep; however, there are other quiet, behind-the-scenes elements such as hormones and thyroid, that play a major and many times unnoticed role.
WHY DON’T I FEEL LIKE MYSELF?
Perimenopause is the ten years prior to menopause characterized by decreasing production of progesterone by the ovaries. This causes estrogen dominance and mood swings,anxiety, irritability, night sweats, insomnia, weight gain on the hips and occasionally palpitations and even mouth sores. These symptoms often start in the week prior to menses but can eventually last all month with worsening premenstrually. Tell me more…
Lifestyle changes to decrease stress and toxins, a healthy diet and exercise, and balancing the hormones with natural progesterone can help you find yourself again. Pharmaceutical grade supplements to minimize inflammation and provide nutritional support for the adrenal glands and thyroid and mitochondria can make dramatic changes as well. Tell Me More…
Contact Dr. Spitzer-Resnick
Patient appointments can be obtained by calling 608.284.0202
1001 N. Sherman Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Sheryl Spitzer-Resnick MD
Why is my memory so bad?
If you are feeling tired or ache all over, Dr. Sheryl may be able to help. With proper attention and prescribed care, Dr. Sheryl Spitzer-Resnick can fix most memory issues, brain fog and fatigue with vitamin D, methylated Bs, thyroid, or estrogen. Full thyroid testing should include a free T3 which is the hormone that works even though the standard of care is to make decisions based on a TSH test. Tell Me More...
Do Hormones Cause Cancer?
Estrogen, testosterone, and DHEA are anabolic hormones causing cells to grow and divide without a turnoff so they can increase cancer risk. But they are the fountain of youth and living without them for many years will cause deleterious physical, emotional and cognitive changes.
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