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Understanding the Health Benefits of Thyroid Hormone Replacement

  Suffering from thyroid disease means you also have to suffer remembering to take your thyroid medication. Failing to do so can cause serious health complications–increased risk of muscle weakness, insomnia, depression, high blood pressure, low body temperature, elevated cholesterol, and several other painful symptoms. If you are tired of your current medication, you might…

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How Does BHRT Help Regulate The Endocrine System?

Endocrine System

The endocrine system is responsible for regulating the balance of hormones in the body. It is a system of all the glands in your body which use hormones to send chemical messages directly to the circulatory system, keeping your body functioning the way it should. As we age, levels of hormones decline, and with this…

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5 Questions to Ask your Hormone Specialists Before Starting BHRT

Every person wants to look and feel his best. Sometimes it doesn’t matter if we eat the right diet, lift weights, or get enough sleep each night, hormone deficiency is a common problem that can affect anyone. There is a common misconception that a hormone imbalance only occurs to women. However, research shows that men…

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Hormone Replacement Therapy – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a type of treatment intended for those with hormone deficiency. It is often prescribed to rebalance the hormones and to treat menopausal related symptoms. BHRT can also reduce the risk of osteoporosis, a side condition that emerges due to menopause itself. Menopause is a natural biological process that occurs…

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How to Ease Your Perimenopause Symptoms


There’s no clear signs or tests that show you’ve entered perimenopause. Instead, it’s a gradual transition beginning a few years before menopause and is determined by a variety of factors including age, symptoms, and body changes you might be experiencing. This usually starts when a woman is in her 40’s, but in some cases earlier.…

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How to Minimize the Symptoms of Hormone Deficiency

Hormone Deficiency

When we were kids, our parents told us that eating our veggies and drinking our milk would help us grow big and strong. Meanwhile, we were warned against drinking coffee as it was sure to stunt our growth. Essentially a ruse to get children to make healthy choices, we’ve long known that height is determined…

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Decreasing Andropause Symptoms With Testosterone Injections

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Andropause is a condition that can affect men who have a reduced level of the male hormone testosterone as they age. Andropause symptoms occur gradually and affect approximately one-third of the male population. Testosterone therapy (BHRT) is a treatment that helps to alleviate the symptoms of andropause through the use of testosterone injections and therefore…

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3 Hormone Supplements Available for Men with Low T

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Having low testosterone can be a human being’s worst nightmare. You might think of testosterone as a male hormone, but it actually plays a critical role in the health and vitality of women as well. When you have low T, everything about your life is just not as good as it could be. Low testosterone…

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4 Benefits of Pellet Therapy That May Change your Perspective

Getting older has both benefits and drawbacks. It’s a natural process after all. You will become wiser and more patient as you age, but your body will begin to slow down after you enter your 30’s. For many people, the physical decline into old age happens rapidly, leaving them weak and low-energy for most of…

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Men’s Health – What Is Andropause?

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Hormonal changes naturally accompany the process of aging. In women, such a plunge in the hormonal levels past a certain age refers to menopause. Similarly, men have andropause, which is a collection of symptoms experienced by older men due to a decline in testosterone levels, diet, or concurrent illnesses. Andropause is also called male menopause.…

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