Sexual Health

What Are Exosomes? The Body’s Anti-Aging, Immune Boost Secret

The role of exosomes in tissue repair, pain relief, lung health, immune support, youthful skin, sexual health and more! AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Exosomes SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL You’ve probably heard about the regenerative powers of stem cell therapy but there’s a “new” kid on the block. Research suggests that exosome therapy may work better for tissue repair, anti-aging treatments, immune support, hair loss, sexual health and fighting illnesses like lung diseases. What is an exosome and what role do exosomes play in fighting aging and disease? Read on! What are exosomes and what is the function of exosomes? The definition of exosome and extracellular vesicles (EVs): Exosomes are extracellular vesicles, which are tiny fluid-filled sacs or nanoparticles that originate in many different types

HOT, HOT, HOT! How to Set Your Love Life on Fire

Do you fear the spark in your relationship could flame out or has your hot sex life ship already sailed? Many couples have trouble maintaining a healthy level of sexual intimacy and for a variety of reasons. Busy lives, complacency and health issues can all play a role. If you want to maintain—or reignite—a robust sex life with your partner, consider the following tips. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Sexual Health SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL Can’t find time to make love? Place a priority on intimacy. We get it. Life gets busy—especially if you are raising kids, take care of aging parents, have a demanding career or travel a lot. During life’s busy, exhausting times, it’s also easy to take our partners for granted and put intimacy on the

What You Don’t Know About Hormone Pellets

There is so much misinformation around hormone therapy which unfortunately creates unnecessary fear. Many patients have been told hormones are bad and can cause cancer or blood clots, which is an immediate deterrent! The good news is Bio-Identical Hormones are not the "bad" hormones and have been shown to safely bring symptom relief and be an excellent preventative care tool. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Hormone Health SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL Men and women both are great candidates for Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and should not run from it! Our bodies go through hormonal changes and because of that can have symptoms that can be life altering! Depression, anxiety, low libido, loss of interest in the things we once loved, sleep issues, joint pain, inability to gain muscle, inability to

PRP Therapy: Rekindle the Flame

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! However, the reality is no matter how romantic this day has the potential to be, it can also serve as a painful reminder of sexual dysfunction. Wrongfully, many assume a mediocre and unfulfilling sex life is just part of the aging process, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! There are often underlying health issues at play (like hormonal imbalance, unmanaged anxiety, stress, etc.) that can be the root cause of sexual dysfunction and low libido. Fluctuating libido is a natural part of life and can affect people of any age for many reasons. If you think the root cause of your declining libido may be hormones here are some of the basics you should familiarize yourself with. Hormones and Your Sex Drive Some factors, like communication and intimacy troubles, mismatched sexual connections, and even your stress at work, can impact

Sex After Menopause and Common Concerns

When you think about the factors, you need to survive and function, you likely don’t consider hormones. However, these little chemical messengers have a huge effect on our overall wellbeing. Most of the time when people talk about their hormones they’re often blaming them for things like being sad or an emotional outburst, while there is some truth to this our hormones do so much more. The Scoop on Hormones Hormones are created in the endocrine glands and secreted directly into the bloodstream to tissues or organs. Hormones affect different processes of the body that include: Growth and development Metabolism Sexual function Reproduction Emotions Mood Hormonal imbalances can affect both men and women and can cause some things like: Environmental toxins Age The way we move What we eat We don’t want to trash talk hormones, so here are a few interesting facts that may surprise you about our three

Resolution: Jumpstart Your Girl Power

The new year is all about refocusing and recommitting to being your best self. You already live an active life, but it’s time to look at some areas that maybe didn’t receive as much attention last year. Like your vaginal health. If you’ve had kids, experienced a not-as-strong bladder, or felt a slight dip in your frisky business, we are thrilled to tell you about a solution that can revitalize your private parts. Let’s get down to it This month, we are introducing FemTouch™ vaginal laser rejuvenation to our progressive list of offerings. This non-surgical, non-hormonal, minimally invasive procedure can noticeably improve your vaginal health. The treatment is administered by one of our experienced, licensed medical clinicians and involves a sterilized CO2 (carbon dioxide) laser applicator that is inserted to promote stimulation of your vaginal tissue growth. And when we say laser, we’re not talking about those seen in

Sleep is back, and so is your love life.

Parents may blame raging hormones for turbulent teenage behavior. But what about harnessing the power of these hormones themselves? For those aged 40 or over, hormones can promote a good night’s sleep and increase intimacy levels. Hormones: the great equalizer Hormones are chemical messengers in our bodies that keep tabs on our internal functions and make sure our organs are working properly. Women know that even a slight change in their estrogen, testosterone or progesterone levels can result in symptoms such as low energy, moodiness, food cravings, loss of libido and weight gain. Men with low testosterone levels may also experience these symptoms, though TV commercials do their best to blame the symptoms on a certain part of their anatomy instead, leading to reduced awareness. So, what should you address first: your lack of sleep? Or low intimacy levels? In actual fact, the two are linked. Dr. Rachel Needle

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