Learn about the Connection between the Brain and Ovaries Video

Menopause usually marks a sexual lull in a woman’s life. Anti-aging specialist Dr. Eric Braverman says this doesn’t have to be the case, and explains the brain/ovary connection.
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Dr. Eric Braverman: I think we have an animation which shows the kind of circuit that the brain-ovary make. So typically in some ways, the brain is connected to the ovary almost like a puppet string of electricity. And people think sex in the genitals, but every orgasm is a brain orgasm. You have to let go. As the ovary starts to die, the brain can't get the signals anymore. So you can't really feel a dream like state, because when you have an orgasm, you have to fall asleep and basically be in the world of imagination and the circuit short-circuits. Dr. Travis Stork: So what are some of the things that you recommended to Marian to get her feeling and looking better? Dr. Eric Braverman: Well, the key is that we basically started to make her brain calmer on the frontal lobes, temporal lobes or the mood, parietal lobe, you start to think, and then we got her back into the occipital lobe of imagination, and fix her serotonin levels with a CES device. Just put it up on the head, like this, FDA-approved for anxiety, depression, and insomnia. What it does is it fixes the circuit in the brain, the alpha wave, and it sends like a wave in the ocean where it smooths out the sand on the beach. You smooth out your head. You connect again, brain-mind-body, in electrochemistry. In fact, we have a still of her brain chemistry change in 30 days. In fact, what she struggled with at first was she could not shut off the front part of her brain. She couldn't let go. She was a perfectionist doing everything perfectly except never turning off. Then after 30 days, we repeated her brain map and now she could shut off her frontal area, get back into imagination and get back into the dream like state of orgasm and sexual drive. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Libido for women is a multi-factorial issue. It goes into their body image, it goes into their hormones, it goes into their stress level, it goes into their relationship. If you look at all those issues, you'll be able to solve your own problems with libido and checking your hormones as well. But whatever works for you, works for you. Dr. Eric Braverman: As you get older, everyone loses their sex drive and you better turn back the clock or you're fading away. Dr. Lisa Masterson: And you can do that with diet and exercise. You don't have to be hooked up to wires and things like that. That's why I want to tell people at home, that they can do it themselves. Dr. Travis Stork: I think, Lisa's point really here is that one of the things we talked about when we read about your stories, amazing progress, we are really so proud of you. I think, Lisa's point is to anyone at home. It doesn't take thousands and thousands of dollars to make this happen. This is really about taking charge of your life and you talked about that during the break. Taking charge of your life, eating a better diet, and I know that Dr. Braverman discussed new diet with you as well, which is a key component of this. How are things now if we may ask when it comes to --? Marian: Things are great. Things are great. I went from lack of desire, feeling tired, fatigued and now feeling, where I wanted to have sex maybe once in month, now I want to do it twice a day. Dr. Travis Stork: Dr. Braverman, give us some tips for people at home that they can incorporate into their own lives. Dr. Eric Braverman: Well, some of the things we use is a plant extract integraline which is an incredible thing to reduce leptin, a toxic hormone that makes you crave food and lose your sex drive. We also had to do the seven teas a day, seven spices and teaspoons of spices and the color rainbow, seven color rainbows of fruits and vegetables. We had to use a B vitamin inositol to relax. But most importantly, we taught her how to turn off, to turn on, whether it's meditation, yoga, prayer, she was able to turn on again and turn off when she was too stressed out to be a younger, sexier, thinner Marian. And anyone can do this and have a younger, sexier, thinner life in the 40s a

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