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6 Things That Are Causing You to Age Way Too Fast

Helpful Tips to Keep You as Healthy and Youthful as Possible by BodyLogicMD While aging is a natural part of life, there are several lifestyle choices you may be making that could be bringing on the aging process way too quickly. Below are some of the lifestyle choices and treatable health issues that could be…

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Eating Right with Thyroid Disease

Managing Your Thyroid with Diet Thyroid disease is extremely common, affecting more than 27 million Americans. While it is important that a thyroid condition be managed by a doctor, you are your own best advocate for your health, and there is much you can do on your own to support your thyroid health. The foods…

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Overcoming HPA Axis Suppression (Formerly Known as Adrenal Fatigue)

HPA Axis Suppression: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments The hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis—the complex relationship between the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland, and the adrenals—is something that few people think about, or even know about. However, chronic daily stressors as well as serious life changes can cause problems with the HPA axis and lead to symptoms such as…

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Gynecomastia: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

How to Get Rid of “Man Boobs” If you’ve ever been too embarrassed to take off your shirt at the beach, you’re probably familiar with the term “man boobs.” At least thirty percent of males are affected by gynecomastia—the medical term for male breasts—in their lifetimes. In fact, it’s the most common condition affecting breast tissue in…

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Combating Depression By Treating Hormonal Imbalances in Women

Whether you’re a full-time mom or balancing both work and family responsibilities, you probably know what it’s like to feel burned out by a never-ending to-do list. At one time or another, most women grapple with the stress of trying to be everything to everyone. Probably due in part to their multifaceted roles in our…

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Study Finds The Best Exercise to Keep Your Cells Young

The anti-aging market is one of the biggest in today’s world, with countless potions, creams, supplements, devices, and other treatments designed to delay the aging process. But new research shows that the most effective way to keep your cells young may simply be to adjust your workout. Benefits of Exercise We’ve long known that exercise…

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy For the Heart?

Testosterone Therapy, While Good for Muscle Mass and Sexual Stamina, Has Raised Concern About Cardiovascular Risk. However, a New Study Indicates That Testosterone Therapy May Actually Be Heart-Protective. As men age, their testosterone levels naturally start waning—in fact, it has been estimated that nearly 40 percent of men aged 45 and older have clinically low…

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BHRT May Provide Relief from Joint Pain

Relieve Knee, Shoulder, and Lower Back Pain Do you enjoy dancing? Hiking? Gardening? Playing with your children or grandchildren? If you have joint pain, especially knee, shoulder, or back pain, some of your favorite activities have probably become painful and arduous, if not impossible. And because regular physical activity is essential for your physical health—even…

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Diabetes: The Hormonal Connection

Diabetes is a growing global health crisis. According to the World Health Organization, the number of people with diabetes has nearly quadrupled, from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. Part of why this is such a huge problem is because diabetes can lead to sexual dysfunction, heart failure, blindness, kidney failure, amputation, and…

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5 Bad Habits That May Be Disrupting Your Sleep and Health

Sleep Better, Quicker, and Longer If you frequently “borrow” hours from the sleep department in order to get more done, you’re not alone: more than a third of Americans aren’t getting the minimum of seven hours a night recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and the Sleep Research Society (SRS). And a…

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