Unraveling Together Blog with Dr. Sam Graber

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Why Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Policies Need To Include A Woman’s Hormonal Changes

Imagine if you will… You have a presentation to deliver to a key client.  You’ve stretched yourself a little thin to make it happen ...

How To Welcome The Sandman Into Your Room At Night. A Love Affair Gone Right.

“Work hard.” “Play hard.” “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” Keep up that attitude and that third mantra may manifest itself sooner than it should. ...

Cultivating Resilience: How You Can Build The Skill That Helps You Recover From Anything.

Resilience is a critical skill to possess. No matter how many times you are unsuccessful in life, resilience allows you to bounce back and ...

Keto Isn’t Just For Weight Loss. It Makes For A Blissful Brain Too!

Nearly everyone has at least heard of the ketogenic "diet" by now.  Most of the buzz is centered around its ability to help us shed unwanted fat.  ...

Diets Don’t Work. Do This Instead.

We women have been at war with our bodies ever since the first bathroom scale hit the floor.  Most of us began our personal battle some time in ...

When Your “Let’s Get It On” Gets Up And Goes

Perimenopause is an unraveling unto itself.  Simply put, our unraveling is an opportunity for us to examine our lives as objectively as possible given the tools and skillsets we ...

How To Balance Your Hormones Naturally In Perimenopause

During the month of March 2022, I will be focusing my outreach on the hormonal changes women experience during peri- thru post- menopause.  You’ll hear a few ...

Why Community Matters In Perimenopause

I'm really glad you’re reading this today. You may be one of the millions of women going through some rather difficult life changes.  As with most changes that accompany life, these ...

Cleaning Up The Metabolic Mess

Let’s channel our inner artists a little today.   Draw in your mind’s eye, a big circle. This represents a typical cell in the human body.  This big circle separates ...

Make Peace, Not War. With Your Body That Is.

You’ll often hear me say, “the better you understand your body, the better you can care for it.”  There’s a lot of truth to that.  I’m a hippie at heart.  Not ...