Posts in the ‘Menopause’ Category

Migraine, Menopause and HRT

Menopause: An In-Depth Look At Women’s Change Of Life and Its Effect On Migraines Medical professionals see menopause as being a woman’s final natural period. However, most people associate menopause with irregular periods and hot flashes – symptoms that are caused by aging ovaries and can begin 10 years or so before the woman actually

Cant stay a sleep, adrenal fatigue

Sleeping problems come in combination as mine and others in our group found out. If having the problem of sleeping immediately after you eat, you might have a carbohydrate sensitivity.  Couple that with an additional problem of falling asleep but can’t stay asleep. Usually this is a thiamine and thiamine cofactor need.  Coined reactive hypoglycemia. 

Why do I Feel Tired all the Time?

Why do I feel tired all the time? How can I change this? There are many causes of chronic fatigue. Most illnesses list fatigue as a major symptom, so without proper treatment by a physician, it may be impossible to diagnose an illness, if illness is in fact the cause. Most fatigue is not related

Male Menopause or Andropause Overview

An Overview of Male Menopause – Andropause Male menopause also known as Andropause is the male equivalent to menopause in women. As men approach the age of forty they may experience some of the same effects that women experience during menopause. This may be due to the fact that there is less testosterone being produced

Bioidentical hormones – Are they right for you?

Bioidentical hormones – what are they? Bioidentical Hormones Therapy (BHRT) refers to the replacement of bodily hormones with molecules that are specifically the same to the bodily hormone molecules of our bodies. These consist of three main kinds of estrogen (estrone, estriol, and estradiol), progesterone, androgen hormone or testosterone, pregnenolone, and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). Bioidentical hormones

Male And Female Hormones Make Us Who We Are

The male and female hormones are the ones most of us know about from our sex education classes back in junior high. They are the ones we refer to when we talk about men acting like men will do or when being emotional and controlled by their hormones. They are the ones that work in

Clinics for Testosterone Therapy & HGH Therapy