Our healthcare system is facing unprecedented challenges with the recent pandemic of coronavirus and ensuing SARS Cov2, or COVID-19, and it is vital healthcare providers keep their patients active and healthy so as to not over burden a vulnerable system. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY COVID-19 SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL As an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner researching and practicing advanced endocrinology concepts over the past 12 years, I have recognized an overarching theme: hormones are active and play a vital role in every single body system. The far-reaching impact of restoring hormone homeostasis on health-related quality of life is an often-misunderstood phenomenon in both the healthcare and lay communities. With the additional burden of stress these uncertain times adds to an already encumbered psyche, classifying hormone therapies as inessential
If you’ve failed to stick to your New Year’s resolutions in the past, you’re not alone, in fact many of your friends and family have likely been in the same boat! Research by YouGov revealed that only 6% of people stick to their resolutions 100%, while 14% say they “mostly did.” There are many reasons people fail at this time-honored tradition—but here’s the good news: We’ve got tips to help increase your odds of success and to reduce resolution stress. So, get your selfie stick ready for the amazing before and after photos for your social media, this is your year!. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Health & Wellness SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL At EVEXIAS, we’ve found there are five common reasons people struggle to stick with
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
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
Anyone in a relationship who has had the misfortune of forgetting the significance of February 14th and showing up at home empty handed, knows the true meaning of the popular TV ad that rhetorically asks: “Wanna Get Away?” Maybe it’s time for Valentine’s Day to be about more than just hearts and flowers. Valentine’s Day has become a retail extravaganza. According to several sources, including U.S. News magazine, Americans spent more than of $19 billion on gifts for their sweethearts in 2016. The magazine notes that Americans between 35 and 44 years old are most likely to celebrate Valentine’s Day. “The average person celebrating Feb. 14 will shell out $142.31, with $96.63 going to a spouse or significant other and the rest split among family members, friends, co-workers, pets, children’s classmates or teachers, and other recipients. “The average man who’s shopping for a significant other will spend nearly twice as much
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy with Pellet Implants Index What is bio-identical hormone replacement therapy? What are bio-identical hormone pellets, and how do they work? Who can benefit from bio-identical hormone replacement therapy via pellets and how? Getting to the root of the problem Common symptoms of hormone imbalance for MEN Common symptoms of hormone imbalance for WOMEN Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy FAQS Why should I choose EVEXIAS® Medical Centers as my bio-identical hormone replacement therapy provider? AUTHOR Staff CATEGORY Health & Wellness SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL What is bio-identical hormone replacement therapy? Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy is a natural alternative to synthetic hormone replacement therapies. With bio-identical hormones, the structure of the hormone – testosterone, estrogen or both – is perfectly matched to the individual patient’s body. Bio-identical hormones are natural, plant-based substances that
Anyone who has spent hours lying in bed staring at the ceiling, rather than getting a good night’s sleep, understands the utter exasperation of insomnia. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the federal agency charged with tracking public health issues, “Sleep is increasingly recognized as important to public health, with sleep insufficiency linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters and medical and other occupational errors. Persons experiencing sleep insufficiency are also more likely to suffer from chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, depression and obesity, as well as from cancer, increased mortality and reduced quality of life and productivity.” The CDC further notes that insomnia may be caused by “broad scale societal factors such as round-the-clock access to technology and work schedules. An estimated 50-70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder.” If you are experiencing regular bouts of insomnia, imbalanced hormones may be the cause.
The statistics about heart disease are ominous. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the federal agency charged with monitoring health trends in the United States, about 610,000 people die of heart disease in this country every year that’s one in every four deaths. Further, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, but it affects men more than women. And finally, every year about 735,000 Americans experience the pain and life-threatening trauma of a heart attack. While heart disease has many causes – from genetics to diet and lifestyle – low testosterone in men has also been recognized as a culprit. To help explain how this is possible and how this might be avoided, Terri DeNeui, (founder of Hormonal Health, Wellness and Aesthetic Centers) was asked for her thoughts on this very serious medical condition. The
I have struggled with waking up in the middle of the night between 2:00 am and 3:00 am for as far back as my early twenties. AUTHOR Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Hair Transplant SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL Back then you just think it's the crazy schedule and in my thirties I figured it was having babies, but when you hit your forties and realize you're not going to make it without sleep - you start to pay closer attention. I have low blood sugar issues and I will often wake in the middle of the night if I go to bed not eating something well balanced. Adrenal and stress is also a factor since stress hormones will initiate low blood sugar. The most overlooked issue related to waking in the middle of the night is the liver.