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9 Factors That Contribute to Imbalanced Hormones

These Factors Cause an Imbalance in Human Hormones Sometimes we forget how important hormones are to our body functions and well being. If you’ve been experiencing a hormonal imbalance, then you know how taxing it can be on your body. Unfortunately, hormone imbalances are caused by a variety of factors. Read on to learn about…

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8 Signs of Low Testosterone Levels

According to the Urology Care Foundation, 2 out of every 100 men have low levels of testosterone. Women also experience a drop in testosterone as they age. Read on to discover how testosterone benefits your health. Hormone replacement therapy can help you feel stronger and more vibrant. What Is Testosterone? In men, testosterone is a hormone…

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What Does Estrogen Do? Your Guide to the Function and Uses

About 1% of women experience menopause before the age of 40. But for most women, the average age is 51. Menopause is diagnosed when you’ve gone 12 months without your menstrual cycle. But perimenopausal symptoms that cause mild to severe discomfort and emotional changes last 4 years on average. Luckily, there are treatments to help ease you through this period.…

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Can Stress Lead to Autoimmune Disease?

As many as 50 million Americans are living with autoimmune disease—and at least 50 percent of cases are triggered by unknown factors. Now, a growing body of research reveals that stress may be the driving force behind autoimmune disease—and practices to reduce stress can be an important part of managing these chronic conditions. Autoimmune Disorders: When the…

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Are You Getting Enough Magnesium in Your Diet?

The Link Between Magnesium, Diabetes, and Heart Disease Many of us have heard of the essential mineral magnesium but may not be aware that magnesium plays an important physiological role in many different bodily processes—with over 300 enzymes dependent on magnesium for proper functioning and regulation. Magnesium is a vital component of health, and many…

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7 Things You Can do to Lose Weight and Balance Your Hormones

The concept of finding hormone balance may seem foreign because we tend to think about issues in silos. You have a shortage of testosterone, or you’re making too much estrogen. But here’s the thing. When you experience one of these issues, you’re experiencing both. That’s because all hormones are interconnected, and not just the big…

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12 Facts About Vitamin C | BodylogicMD

12 Fascinating Facts About Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a common vitamin that your mom probably told you to take to not get sick. It is one of the most searched vitamins online. Do you know why? Other than the fact there are so many uses for it, it helps your entire body, and it has two names (the other being…

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Are Night Sweats Waking You up at Night?

The Many Causes of Night Sweats Waking up drenched in sweat can be unpleasant, but there is often an easily identifiable cause, like a bad dream, too warm a temperature setting, or too heavy a blanket. But sometimes hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, continues to occur despite the lack of these factors. Night sweats can have…

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Hypogonadism: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Primary and Secondary Causes of Hypogonadism Male hypogonadism, also known as testosterone deficiency, is a common issue that affects an estimated four to five million men in the United States. It can begin as early as fetal development, before puberty, or most commonly, during adulthood and in older males. While hypogonadism in males is more…

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The 4 Most Important Fat Soluble and Water Soluble Vitamins | BodylogicMD

The 4 Most Important Fat Soluble and Water Soluble Vitamins

Multivitamins are popular dietary supplements with more than 1/3 of all Americans taking them; sales in the U.S. amounted to about $5.7 billion. The vitamins that your body needs vary each day and are important to its functioning. You can get them in a variety of ways, and your body absorbs each in different ways. Here is…

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