Men’s Health

Bioidentical Hormones - The Common Sense Solution
3May, 2017

Bioidentical Hormones – The Common Sense Solution

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Are you confused about hormones? You’ve no doubt heard about bioidentical hormones by now. However, you still may be confused about them because there has been a lot of hype about hormones in general over the past several years. The media, as well as conventional doctors, have failed to differentiate between bioidentical and counterfeit hormones. There is a big difference, and this has led to a lot of confusion when it comes to deciding how to treat symptoms of hormonal imbalance.

9Jun, 2016

Recognizing Diabetes Symptoms in Men

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Early symptoms of diabetes are often so minute that they can pass unnoticed. Diabetes develops when the pancreas can’t produce enough insulin, or the body is unable to effectively use the produced insulin. Since insulin is the hormone responsible for carrying sugar to the body’s cells, diabetes can be hugely damaging if left untreated. Early detection is imperative. Read on below to help recognize some warning signs of diabetes in men. Increased Hunger and Thirst The foods you eat turn into glucose, which your body uses to fuel your cells. […]

Sexual signs of low testosterone
23Feb, 2016

Why Low Testosterone Levels are More Common in Men than You May Think

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A diagnosis of low testosterone might worry you, and you might be left scrambling for ways to increase those testosterone levels. Low testosterone levels are a fairly common occurrence in men, and you can work with your doctor to identify viable solutions to increasing levels of the male hormone in your body. The Statistics Low testosterone, known as hypogonadism or low T, isn’t a taboo subject. Instead, it’s an issue that many men face at some point in their lives. The Urology Care Foundation reports that four out of 10 […]

15Dec, 2015

Hypothyroidism after a Thyroidectomy – Chris’s Health Journey – Part 2

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After a thyroidectomy, Chris experienced hypothyroidism symptoms such as no energy, lack of focus at work, weight gain, anxiety, panic attacks and blood pressure issues. When he switched from Synthroid to natural desiccated thyroid, his energy skyrocketed, his heart rate stabilized, and his anxiety and panic attacks have gone away. He also lost 22 pounds. Dr. Hotze explains how the right thyroid treatment can help your hypothyroid symptoms go away.

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