Forever Health Interview: Carolyn Zaumeyer, N.P.
Sex After 50 – heck yes! Sex can be better than ever, even as we age. It all depends on your health. A healthy person is a sexual person! Let's face it, when you don't feel great or your energy is low, the last thing you feel like doing is having sex. However, if you're a healthy person whose hormones are balanced, you will have a healthy sex drive. Hormones are the juice of life! Watch to find out how you can enjoy Sex After 50 with Forever Health’s Carolyn Zaumeyer, N.P. from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. And go to ForeverHealth.com to find a specialist in your area who can help balance your hormones and get your zest for life back on track.Posted by Suzanne Somers on Wednesday, January 4, 2017
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