1. Chemical peels improve your skin’s appearance

    A chemical peel is a non-surgical, non-invasive cosmetic treatment that can improve the appearance of your skin. Chemical peels use safe and specialized solutions that are applied to the skin and remove the damaged outer layers of your skin -- resulting in a smoother, younger appearance. Skin will often appear less wrinkled following chemical peels and will be freed of acne scars, freckles, sun da…Read More

  2. Balancing hormones can improve your quality of life

    Your body’s hormones play a significant role in your overall bodily function, and when imbalanced, can impact your mood, happiness, sleeping patterns, muscle growth, sexual libido, and much more. Many American adults have been impacted by hormone imbalance at some point in their lives due to experiencing one or more health factors, such as weight gain or obesity, poor health, and aging. Througho…Read More

  3. Dieting tips that will keep your hormones in check

    The foods you consume play a large role in your overall health -- not only can certain foods expand your waistline, but they can also cause your hormone levels to become imbalanced. However, by making healthier choices when it comes to food, you can avoid weight gain completely while also maintaining your body’s hormone levels. In some cases, if your hormones are already low, you may find that y…Read More

  4. Tips for maintaining your body’s hormone levels

    As you grow older, you may accept hormone imbalance as just a natural part of aging. While hormone imbalance may tend to be more common in older adults versus younger adults, there are plenty of ways you can maintain your body’s hormone levels as you become older without immediately having to resort to hormone treatments and medications. In fact, by making healthy lifestyle changes, you can get …Read More

  5. Proactively slow down aging with BHRT

    Many Americans believe that aging is unstoppable, and is guaranteed to bring unwanted health problems such as bone loss, joint pain, memory loss, balding, loss of sex drive, and just overall degeneration in general. While it’s true that aging cannot be prevented completely, the aging process can certainly be prolonged with preventive treatment, including a healthy diet, plenty of exercise, and b…Read More

  6. The basics of andropause, or male menopause

    Andropause and male menopause are synonymous terms used to describe the process in which men begin to experience decreased levels of testosterone throughout aging. During andropause, most men will begin to experience many of the symptoms women experience when going through menopause, along with symptoms specific to males such as erectile dysfunction. Most men will begin to experience symptoms of a…Read More

  7. BHRT can help treat adrenal fatigue

    Adrenal fatigue occurs when the body’s adrenal glands tire and begin functioning improperly as a result of low hormone production. When the adrenal glands fail to work properly, they can cause individuals to experience fatigue, insomnia, depression, weight gain, muscle loss, irritability, autoimmune disorders, and much more. Health care experts say that adrenal fatigue affects millions of people…Read More

  8. Hormone deficiency can drive sugar cravings

    Hormone-driven conditions such as menopause, andropause, and menstrual periods can sometimes drive a person’s cravings for sweets and snacks that are high in carbs. Though sugar cravings are sometimes casually joked about during these times in our lives, they can actually indicate major deficiencies in estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone. In addition to causing a boost in sugar cravings, ho…Read More

  9. Excess estrogen could result in weight gain

    The hormone estrogen is responsible for maintaining and driving weight loss in our bodies; however, having an excessive amount of estrogen, also known as “estrogen dominance,” can cause weight gain in the form of water retention and bloating and has been linked to a number of other health problems. While there are many factors that can lead to estrogen dominance, the two most common causes are…Read More

  10. The importance of testosterone production in women

    When people hear “testosterone,” the first thing that usually comes to mind is “male hormone.” However, women produce testosterone too, which is required to fight weight gain, loss of sexual libido, depression, memory problems, heart disease, loss of muscle tissue, and even osteoporosis. A woman’s testosterone levels can often decrease during menopause, or as a result of living an unheal…Read More