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Facing Fatigue Head On—Why You’re Really Tired, What You Can Do

Posted by Medical Board on June 14, 2018 in Hormones Men Nutrition Women No Comments

Tired, worn out, irritable, low energy… these are just a few of the ways individuals describe their symptoms of fatigue. And we know that fatigue impacts every area of our lives including school, work, relationships, and driving. In fact, government studies involving autos, report 72,000 accidents were caused by drowsy driving alone in a single

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Managing Muscle Loss For Life—Causes, Types & Treatment

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

Managing Muscle Loss For Life—Causes, Types & Treatment The human body, with all of its intricacies and complexities would cease to function without the support of fibrous tissue, known as muscle. Each day, the cardiac muscle, responsible for the contraction of the heart pumps 2000 gallons of blood throughout the body. Smooth muscles create the

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Identifying Irritability—What’s Causing Angry Outbursts in Rational Adults?

Posted by Medical Board on May 30, 2018 in Men Women No Comments

Occasional irritability is a normal response to stressful stimuli and situations. A poor night’s sleep, hunger, or being trapped in an uncomfortable situation for which you have no control can foster irritability in even the calmest, most easygoing of individuals. Frequent or chronic irritability however, may cause interpersonal conflicts, or be an indicator of an

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Do aging men go through “manopause” similar to what women have with menopause?

Posted by Medical Board on May 16, 2018 in Hormones Men Question and Answer No Comments

Do aging men go through “manopause” similar to what women have with menopause? Fewer spontaneous erections, more naps, and a belly that’s threatening to hang over the belt line…Yes, men experience physical and psychological changes in midlife that can in some ways mirror the menopause that women go through. The proper term, “andropause”, from the

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