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10 Ways Natural Hormone Therapy Can Change Your Life

As you grow older, your body changes — typically in ways you don’t like. One of the changes you’ll notice is a decline in the production of your hormones. Fortunately, natural hormone therapy can be a major help. Hormones play a major role in the body’s biomechanical factory. In other words, they assume responsibility for the…

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10 Telltale Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in Women

Have you noticed a change in your body such as increased stress, weight gain, or issues sleeping? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms of hormonal imbalance in women. As you age, your hormones begin to reduce, causing an imbalance. For example, testosterone levels start going down in women after 20, and these levels will…

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Are Bioidentical Hormone Pellets Right For You? | BodylogicMD

Are Bioidentical Hormone Pellets Right For You?

At some point in their lives, up to 80 percent of women will experience a hormonal imbalance. It doesn’t matter if you’re currently going through menopause or are dealing with hormonal issues caused by stress, overexercising, or an autoimmune condition. You might want to consider treating these conditions with bioidentical hormones to help regulate your…

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15 Questions to Ask Your Hormone Doctor About HRT

With constant hot flashes and night sweats as an ever-present reminder, menopause can be impossible to ignore. That is why many women choose to seek out a hormone doctor to prescribe medication to alleviate the symptoms. But for many women, taking hormone replacement therapy drugs can do more harm than good. How do you know…

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The Science of Calm: Four Physiological Effects of Yoga

By now, most of us have heard about the benefits of yoga and its ability to reduce stress. But the mechanics of why yoga is so impactful are often misunderstood. Without this deeper understanding, we can still gain benefits just from practicing. However, with a thorough knowledge of the bodily functions involved, we can tailor…

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Could Estrogen Therapy Prolong Your Life?

Women Taking Hormone Replacement Had Lower Risk of Heart Disease and Death, Recent Study Shows Middle-aged women the world over know the many discomforts that can arise during menopause. Due to plummeting hormone levels, everything from hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness to depression and other serious health concerns can show up, making life…

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Kickstart Your Sexual Confidence With the Pow-Shot!

Men Are Achieving Sexual Satisfaction With One Simple Procedure You start with foreplay and hope that you will be able to function, perform, and please your partner, but sometimes erections don’t come that easy. If this happens often enough, it may be a sign that there’s something bigger going on. Erectile dysfunction (ED) can make…

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Brain Inflammation: A Hidden Cause of Depression?

Over six million adults in the US and around 360 million worldwide suffer from depression. But for many, commonly prescribed antidepressant medications provide no relief for their symptoms—and many come with unwanted side effects. Now, recent research on the causes of depression reveals the reason antidepressants are so often ineffective—and why fighting inflammation in the…

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New Study: Hormone Replacement Therapy Is Not Linked to Premature Death

A Follow-Up on the 2002 Women’s Health Initiative Sheds New Light on the Safety of Hormone Therapy for Menopausal Women Hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, vaginal dryness—the distressing list of menopausal symptoms goes on and on. If you’ve been resisting giving bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) a try for relief because of concerns about its…

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What’s the Difference Between Conventional and Integrative Medicine?

One Is About Symptom Management, the Other Is About Improving Health With healthcare laws and regulations rapidly changing, who will you be able to trust with your health? When it comes to complex, chronic disease, conventional medicine may not be the best option. Conventional medicine (also known as “insurance medicine”) is great at addressing serious…

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