Frequently Asked Questions
What is Simple Hormones for Menopause?
Simple Hormones is an online education program with easy-to-view videos that explain the basics of getting your hormones "optimized." Optimal hormones are "not too high, not too low, but just right." Because Simple Hormones uses non-medical language (no jargon), you don't need any medical or science background to understand them. You can view the videos on any device at any time. Your healthcare provider wants you to be familiar with this material so you can have a discussion about the role optimizing hormones can have in your health.
How do I get started in Simple Hormones?
All you need to do to start watching the Simple Hormones video lessons is enroll in the program. It takes about 30 seconds.
1. Click the "Get Started" button
2. Enter your first name and email address
3. Choose a password
5. Click the "Sign Up" button
You'll be immediately directed to the program where you can click on the first video and start watching.
I'm having trouble logging in . . .
If you have any issues getting into the program, send me an email [email protected]
I'd love to get it sorted out for you as soon as possible.
When can I watch the videos?
You'll get access to the videos immediately after you enroll. Simple Hormones is self-paced - you decide when you start and when you finish. You can watch the videos as many times as you like.
Can I watch the videos on my phone or tablet?
Yes. You can view the material on any device at any time. The program is designed to work with any smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.
I have a specific question about my hormone situation. can get answers from you?
Your healthcare provider has partnered with me in providing this educational material for you at no charge. I'm not able to enter into a patient-provider relationship and won't be able to answer your personal health-related questions. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about the program or help with any issues you come across. Please direct any patient-specific health questions directly to your provider's office.