One in Three Cases of Domestic Violence is Against Men

Domestic violence usually starts with erosive emotional and psychological abuse and escalates to physical violence. Domestic violence against men is not often talked about. However, the statistics estimate that this type of violence occurs in about one of three cases. Men are highly reluctant to report abuse by women out of fear and embarrassment. Men often fear they will be seen as lying, covering up their own abusive behavior or weak. An abusive wife or partner may verbally and emotionally abuse their mate. They may use physical violence against the person or destroy his possessions. Abusive women may use the children as pawns to cause fear that the children will be kept from him or harmed. Domestic violence against men generally begins with verbal abuse and intimidation. Domestic [...] Read more

Her “Moodal” Cycle Cycle: What It Is and Why You Need to Know About It

In the book, Eat Like a Woman (ELAW), author Staness Janekos and I work to give you the science behind the differences between men and women in the nutritional needs and healthy lifestyle habits. One of the greatest things about the book is the connection of a woman’s brain and her gut. Based on research, I have been telling my patients for years about Her “Moodal” Cycle and we include this in ELAW. Her “Moodal” Cycle is based on the following “truisms.” 1. Women don’t sleep as well as men. You can read about these in scientific papers or find it demonstrated in your own bedroom. A woman’s brain wakes up as soon as her mouth says goodnight. The fact is more than 60 million women are sleep deprived getting less than 7 hours of sleep per night. 2. A sleep deprived woman will not lose weight. [...] Read more