Hormone Replacement Therapy

5 Ways to Improve Libido—In Women and Men

Therapy If you have followed these recommendations to improve libido but your level of desire still isn’t quite where you’d like it to be, consider bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. It’s no secret that hormones are inextricably linked with sex. More specifically, in women, the hormonal

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Steps to Stave Off Sarcopenia

…-plus grams of protein). Another excellent way to prevent and reverse muscle loss is hormone replacement therapy. Human growth hormone (HGH) promotes muscle growth in both men and women, and testosterone replacement has similar effects in men. Lastly, supplementing with certain vitamins and minerals—particularly…

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4 Steps to Strong Bones

…K–rich, nitric oxide–boosting leafy greens. * Consider bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Finally, osteoporosis is associated with the age-related decline of hormones that occurs in both men and women. These hormones, which include estrogen, DHEA and testosterone, monitor the constant breakdown…

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Natural Treatments for COPD

…,000–5,000 mg of high-quality fish oil daily, and 500–1,000 mg of vitamin C several times a day. Women should also consider bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, as estrogen improves lung function. And every patient should rule out sleep apnea, which often overlaps with COPD. Most people with COPD…

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Tips for Treating PMS Naturally

…Natural Hormones On the lifestyle front, you should try to eat a good diet (go easy on sodium and carbs and eat lots of potassium-rich produce), get regular exercise, do what you can to reduce stress, and give acupuncture a try. If you still need help, consider bioidentical hormone replacement. As I mentioned…

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Does Low Testosterone Lead to Diabetes?

…supplemental testosterone as an adjunct therapy is underway, and many physicians who use bioidentical hormones have been treating patients with it for years. If you are male and over the age of 45, get your testosterone level tested. If it’s low, replacement should be considered. In addition to regulating…

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Does Low Testosterone Lead to Diabetes?

…supplemental testosterone as an adjunct therapy is underway, and many physicians who use bioidentical hormones have been treating patients with it for years. If you are male and over the age of 45, get your testosterone level tested. If it’s low, testosterone replacement should be considered. In addition…

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Medical Radiation Increases Cancer Risk Factors

…cancer risk factors and came up with two proven culprits. Known Breast Cancer Risk Factors * Conventional hormone replacement therapy with conjugated estrogen and progestin (not bioidentical hormones). * Exposure to ionizing (including medical) radiation—especially CT scans, which according to many experts…

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