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Good health can be attained by making sure that your hormones are in balance, usually by taking treatment in the form of hormone replacement therapy. However, you can also rebalance your hormones by eating the right food, getting enough physical activity, and by minimizing your exposure to stress. At the same time, you can also do a lot more to improve your wellbeing by finding out what is good for your body and what isn’t. To find out more about practicing a healthier lifestyle, read through the following articles in our Health Library.

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The Pituitary Gland: What is it and what does it do?

Thursday, October 13th, 2016 | 5 Comments

The Pituitary Gland: What is it and What Does it Do? There are numerous hormones in the body and each serve a different purpose. These little messengers control various bodily functions which means that without them, your body will not function properly. This is why people who experience hormonal imbalance […]

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History of the HCG Diet

Thursday, October 6th, 2016 | 2 Comments

History of the HCG Diet Bioidentical HRT in Florida – and other parts of the US – is a treatment that is used to cure hormonal imbalance. Numerous clinics use this to treat individuals who have low/high level of particular hormones in the body, as well as their negative effects. […]

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Erectile Dysfunction: Its Causes and Symptoms

Thursday, September 29th, 2016 | 9 Comments

Erectile Dysfunction: Its Causes and Symptoms There are men who develop a disease called hypogonadism wherein problems in the pituitary glands or testicles lead the body to produce inadequate amounts of testosterone. Fortunately, there are clinics that offer testosterone replacement therapy in Florida and other parts of the US. This […]

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Hormonal Imbalances: The Cause and Effect of Chronic Insomnia

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 | 1 Comment

  Most women who are having sleepless nights would probably just try drinking some over-the-counter sleeping pills to try and get some shut-eye. However, when falling asleep becomes a regular challenge, it may already be a case of chronic insomnia. And when it comes to addressing this condition, consistently drinking […]

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6 Natural Ways to Increase Your Human Growth Hormone Level

Friday, September 23rd, 2016 | No Comment

Numerous people visit human growth hormone (HGH) therapy clinics in Florida, California, and other parts of the US to undergo treatment that would help improve or boost the number of growth hormone in their bodies. Aside from going through treatment, some of these individuals also follow various practices to improve […]

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Hair Loss and Your Hormones: Addressing the Root of the Problem

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 | 1 Comment

A person’s scalp has about 100,000 hair strands, and each has its own life cycle. Losing 50 to 100 strands per day shouldn’t be a problem because these will eventually grow back. But if you are starting to lose hair faster than you can grow it, then you are suffering […]

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How Hormones Affect Our Mood

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 | No Comment

As people grow older, their moods might start to fluctuate more often. The things that did not matter much to them in the past might start to bother them as their bodies mature. In some cases, this is a result of hormone imbalance – something that bioidentical hormone therapy in […]

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Adrenaline: The Fight and Flight Hormone

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 | No Comment

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt your heart pounding and the need to escape is strong? Don’t worry; that is your body’s natural response to danger or threat. If you have any questions about your body’s reaction, feel free to visit a hormone replacement therapy clinic […]

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How Hormone Changes Affect Skin Health

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 | No Comment

In many states, including California, hormone replacement therapy is considered as treatment for diseases that affect the hormone production of the body. A good level of hormone production contributes to a person’s good health and appearance. Meanwhile, negative changes in hormone production levels might cause several problems such as the […]

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6 Tips to Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Autumn

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 | No Comment

The skin undergoes a lot of changes as a person grows older. The natural passage of time, alongside excessive exposure to the sun and changing hormone levels, can lead to the thinning of the epidermis, a decrease in melanocyte cells, and reduced skin strength and elasticity. These, in turn, encourage […]

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