Dr Jolene Brighten Teaches Singles And Couples How To Balance Hormones

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Dr. Jolene Brighten Educates Singles & Couples on Healthy Ways to Balance Hormones

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The Short Version: Dr. Jolene Brighten is a passionate women’s health advocate who has written books and traveled the world to raise awareness about hormonal issues in the human body. Single, dating, and married women can encounter all sorts of health challenges from battling PMS to struggling with fertility, and Dr. Jolene argues that the birth control pill may be part of the problem in some cases. Instead of taking a pill with harmful side effects, Dr. Jolene encourages women to understand what is causing their symptoms and take natural supplements that balance hormones, support the female sex drive, and provide an energy boost.

Dr. Jolene Brighten started 2020 with high hopes and big plans. She was gaining recognition as a bestselling author and speaker, and she had plans to travel to 20 countries to advocate for women’s health on an international stage.

Then the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. Instead of traveling the world, Dr. Jolene had to adapt quickly to work from home while canceling flights and events.

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Dr. Jolene Brighten endorses natural alternatives and supplements to birth control pills.

Fortunately, Dr. Jolene had already begun transitioning her patients to virtual care in anticipation of her travel plans. Despite lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, Dr. Jolene’s private practice continued to support women, albeit from a safe distance.

The global crisis then set off a personal crisis when Dr. Jolene contracted COVID-19. She experienced longhauler symptoms for over six months, but she took care of her body’s needs, and  she has now fully recovered.

Dr. Jolene told us that battling work and health challenges gave her a renewed appreciation for the positive things in her life. She grew closer to her family, she embraced time at home, and she channeled her passion for women’s health into writing her next book.

After a crazy year, Dr. Jolene has changed her perspective and set new goals for herself in 2021. She continues to look for opportunities to raise awareness about the harmful effects of birth control pills. Through self-help books and virtual speaking events, Dr. Jolene shares important health insights for singles and couples who are struggling to manage low libido, mood swings, and other hormonal issues.

“I’m hoping I can get back to in-person speaking events once it’s deemed safe,” she told us. “But for now, I’ve been speaking virtually at global events.”

Helping Women Find Healing & Harmony in a Chaotic World

The year 2020 has been a doozy for working professionals, but it has brought some unexpected opportunities as well. Dr. Jolene has transitioned her medical practice to become 100% virtual, and she has taken advantage of virtual events to reach a larger audience online.

The pandemic hasn’t slowed Dr. Jolene down — it’s given her a new direction. She has released new supplemental kits, written informative articles, and developed resources to support women as they tackle health challenges in the new normal.

Cover of "Beyond the Pill"

“Beyond the Pill” educates women on how to manage their health.

“We’ve done a lot of listening this year to what our community needs most and are excited with the impact we’ll be able to make,” Dr. Jolene said.

Over the last year, Dr. Jolene said she has noticed a trend that she calls “pandemic periods.” Many women are experiencing high levels of stress, and that has thrown their hormones out of whack. Their hormonal imbalances can cause acne breakouts, mood swings, and diminished interest in sex.

Dr. Jolene’s book “Beyond the Pill” has addressed issues in hormonal health with research and science-based conclusions. The book recommends using alternatives to birth control pills to reestablish a good balance inside the female body and provides a guide to maintaining health for those who wish to stay on it.

Dr. Jolene has created many educational resources to encourage women to live their best life and take control of their health and happiness.

For many people, the health journey starts at the dinner table, and Dr. Jolene has promoted nutritional recipes to help single, dating, and married women maintain a healthy diet. Her expertly crafted meal plans can empower individuals and families to strengthen their bodies and minds from home.

“With so many cooking at home, we’ve also been offering a free recipe guide and meal plan to help women support their hormones and optimize their nutrition.” Dr. Jolene told us. “It’s actually been a great year for many of our clients looking to make dietary or lifestyle changes because they’ve had much more control over their environment and daily schedules.

The Period Problems Kit Combats Stress & Increases Libido

Dr. Jolene has established an online shop where she can give women the tools to thrive. The shop promotes master classes and events focused on women’s health education, and it also has healthful solutions for women experiencing hormonal imbalances. The shop has individual vitamin supplements and curated supplement kits designed to foster a hormonal detox or reset when it’s needed the most.

The Period Problems Kit™ has been hailed as a lifesaver — or at least a mood-saver — during the pandemic. The supplemental kit offers formulations that can help women counter the negative effects stress can have on their sex hormones. The kit supports optimal estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone levels in the female body.

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The Period Problems Kit™ can make irregular periods and PMS a thing of the past.

With the help of these supplements, single women can have more energy to actively date and make the most of single life. Women who are in a relationship can have more energy to establish greater intimacy and shower their significant other with love and affection.

Dr. Jolene has received many glowing testimonials from former clients and healthcare experts who have witnessed the positive impact of maintaining proper hormonal health.

One of Dr. Jolene’s clients said she had been struggling with mood swings and sporadic periods in 2020, but the Period Problems Kit helped her get off the hormonal roller coaster and enjoy time with her boyfriend.

“After two months of using the Period Problems Kit, I could tell you exactly when my period was coming and not because I was an emotional mess,” she said in a testimonial. “My skin looked better, and my boyfriend gleefully shared that my moods were less ‘frightening’ in his words.”

Another patient said she appreciated having Dr. Jolene’s knowledgeable and compassionate guidance on her health journey. “I’ve never had a doctor spend so much time making sure I understood my labs and was comfortable with the treatment,” the patient said. “I really feel like Dr. Brighten wants me to get better and to be able to achieve long lasting health.”

Dr. Jolene Advocates for Natural Fertility & Health Solutions

Dr. Jolene has spent years studying hormonal health and nutrition science, and she has gone beyond the pill in offering solutions for the modern woman. Whether it’s through dietary changes or supplements, Dr. Jolene encourages single and married women to look after their bodies and manage hormonal issues through natural remedies.

In the wake of the 2020 pandemic, many people have stopped taking good health for granted and started looking for ways to support long-term stability and happiness in their lives.

Like everyone, Dr. Jolene experienced her fair share of disappointments, fears, and stresses during 2020, but her outlook remains staunchly positive. Not only has she beaten COVID-19 and recovered her good health, she has also found a renewed purpose in advocating on behalf of women facing personal health concerns.

“In retrospect, 2020 has actually been a really good year,” Jolene said reflectively. “I find myself with much to be grateful for.”

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