Hormones


Hormones and Hormonal Health

Brain Fog—Your Brain on Hormones, When You Just Can’t Think

Posted by Medical Board on April 16, 2018 in Hormones Men Nutrition Women No Comments

You’ve seen it. Maybe you’ve experienced it…mindlessly walking up and down the aisles of a parking lot, hand held high, furiously clicking the alarm button, in search of your ever-elusive car. Maybe you’re just stressed out you think, or have too much on your plate these days. Sometimes there’s a biological reason for your forgetfulness

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Mood Changes—The Hormones and Nutrients We Need for Balanced Mental Health

Posted by Medical Board on April 10, 2018 in Hormones Men Nutrition Women No Comments

What’s In a Mood? Sad, angry, anxious, overwhelmed…these are just a few of the many emotions that make up our moods. In fact, scientists have identified 27 distinct categories for emotion with many variations and degrees in between.[6] According to the APA (American Psychiatric Association) mood is defined as a prolonged emotional state, which differs

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Hormone and Thyroid Testing: Test Sex Hormone, Regulatory Hormone & Thyroid Hormone Levels

Posted by Medical Board on January 26, 2018 in Hormones Men Women No Comments

Hormones are powerful chemical messengers, secreted directly into the bloodstream through the endocrine system and transported to various organs and tissues throughout the body. These all important communicators help regulate nearly every function and process necessary for living including metabolism, sleep, mood, immune function, and heart health. Hormones can even affect physical appearance as they

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Birth Control Types, Side Effects and Effectiveness—15 Options For Pregnancy Prevention

Posted by Medical Board on December 18, 2017 in Hormones Men Women No Comments

As long as men and women have engaged in sexual intercourse, the quest to prevent pregnancy has always existed. Throughout history, birth control methods have bordered on the wacky and absurd, to the dangerous and sometimes deadly, in efforts to keep women from becoming pregnant. In ancient China for example, concubines used to drink a

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