Hormones


Hormones and Hormonal Health

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Adrenal Fatigue—How Stress Affects Hormone Levels

Menopause and Its Functions— A Case for Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Posted by Medical Board on July 23, 2015 in Hormones Women No Comments

Menopause, the universal biological event in a woman’s life occurs at about age 51, marking the transition from the reproductive to the non-reproductive phase of life.  As the ovaries become less and less efficient and produce less estrogen, many women begin to experience a range of uncomfortable symptoms that may affect their quality of life. 

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Women’s Health and Hormones—The Delicate Balance

Posted by Medical Board on May 26, 2015 in Hormones Women No Comments

Hormones are special chemicals created within the body by the endocrine system. These are necessary to control various functions and processes including growth, metabolism, and reproduction. Female hormones also regulate sexual desire, menstruation and reproduction. In females, the two major hormones are estrogen and progesterone. These are produced in the ovaries, the same organs that

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HRT— Hormone Replacement Therapy For MEN

Posted by Medical Board on May 18, 2015 in Hormones Men No Comments

Andropause—Otherwise Known as “Male Menopause” Just as women go through important hormonal changes in midlife, male hormone levels begin to drop over time as well.  In fact, men’s testosterone levels peak at age 17 and begin to decline about 1 percent every year starting at age 30.  By the time a man reaches age 80,

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Your Health and Hormones

Posted by Medical Board on May 4, 2015 in Hormones Men Women No Comments

Every Body Needs Hormones Your body’s endocrine system features a network of glands that secrete hormones, necessary for a variety of functions throughout the body. These include hormones that regulate growth and cell production, sleep and appetite, digestion, respiration, tissue function, reproduction and mood. These chemical messengers that travel through the bloodstream are produced in

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