Everything You Need to Know About Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Disease

Everything You Need to Know About Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Disease It is estimated that 12 percent of Americans will develop a thyroid condition at some point in their lives, and 60%

The Importance of Testosterone For Women: What You Need to Know

The Importance of Testosterone For Women: What You Need to Know While many of us equate testosterone with body building, and men in general, the reality is, this naturally occurring

The Male Hormone That Enhances a Woman’s Physique, Mood, Libido and Sexuality

The Male Hormone That Enhances a Woman's Physique, Mood, Libido and Sexuality Ladies, are you "of a certain age" and disappointed to find that your sex drive has virtually disappeared? Do you experience

How to Balance Hormones Safely and Naturally

Hormone imbalances are extremely common, yet they often remain undiagnosed, which is a shame because they can negatively impact virtually every aspect of a person’s health and wellbeing. If you have unexplainable symptoms such as fatigue, mood swings, irritability, depression, sexual issues, headaches, weight gain (especially around the midsection), cravings, or insomnia, you should have your hormone levels measured. If imbalances are identified, the following 7 steps can help to restore hormonal balance, shave years off your appearance, and dramatically increase your health and longevity.

Are Hormones Ruining Your Relationship?

Your hormones have a powerful effect on how you feel about and relate to your romantic partner. Testosterone, estrogen and oxytocin are particularly important hormones when it comes to relationship satisfaction because they affect your mood, your sense of connectivity, your patience and perhaps most importantly, your sex life. A healthy sex life is associated with greater happiness between couples and problems in the bedroom can spill over to every facet of your relationship. Below is an explanation of the causes and effects of hormone imbalances, and how you can prevent them from ruining your relationship.

How to Safely Increase Testosterone Levels in Women

Testosterone is thought of as a male sex hormone but it’s essential for both male and female health. While women require lower levels of the hormone than men, it is necessary to balance energy levels, mood, cognition, and sex drive; and it helps maintain muscle and bone mass. If your testosterone levels drop too low, you will suffer unnecessarily with cumbersome side-effects. Read-on to discover how to identify low testosterone levels, and how to increase it naturally.

Is Male Menopause Silently Sabotaging Your Health, Happiness, and Sexuality?

Andropause, or male menopause, is the term used to describe a set of symptoms and risks that occur from a testosterone deficiency. It typically occurs in men aged 50 and over, however, not all men are affected by it. Once detected, andropause is easily treated with supplements, lifestyle modifications, and/or testosterone replacement therapy. Unfortunately, however, andropause is rarely identified, which means countless men are suffering with it unnecessarily.

Everything You Need to Know About Estrogen in Order to Prevent It From Ruining Your Health

Estrogen and progesterone levels need to be maintained in a specific ratio for optimal health, and when there is not enough progesterone to balance estrogen out, it creates a harmful health condition called estrogen dominance. The condition effects men and women alike, and it’s caused primarily by excess body fat, the birth control pill, overexposure to environmental estrogen-like compounds (xenoestrogens), and the consumption of animal products (because they’re naturally very high in estrogen).

Adrenal Fatigue: Everything You Need to Know About This Unrecognized Health Epidemic

Adrenal fatigue is a widely underdiagnosed condition caused primarily by chronic stress. It is extremely common -- affecting virtually all high-achieving individuals, and it leads to a myriad of negative mental, emotional and physical side-effects. It can also trigger rampant inflammation and hormonal imbalances, and vastly increase your risk for chronic disease. And if left untreated, all of the exercise, healthy eating, detoxification and supplements in the world won’t help.

Why Even Young Women Need to Worry About Hormone Imbalances and How You Can Safely Reverse Them

Female hormone imbalances are most often associated with menopause; however, they can strike at any age, and significant imbalances have become increasingly common by the age of 30. If left unaddressed, hormone imbalances can wreak havoc on every aspect of your mental, emotional and physical health. They also accelerate the aging process, which can leave you looking and feeling much older than you actually are. Fortunately, once identified, imbalances can be reversed simply and safely, and doing so will help to restore health and youthful vitality.

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