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’re like many people, reversing or slowing the signs of aging is a big concern. Yet, so many options exist today—natural treatments, surgery, minimally-invasive procedures and millions of skincare lines—how do you choose? Let us show you how! We share preventive measures to take NOW and review the top anti-aging treatments available today. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Anti-Aging SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL What factors cause the skin to age, and how can I avoid them? Environmental factors (HELLO UV rays and free radicals!), unhealthy habits, genetics, hormone imbalance and ethnicity can all play a role in premature aging of the skin. Let’s take a closer look at these factors and how to limit their impact. PREVENTIVE SKIN ANTI-AGING TIPS PART 1: 1).
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
When it comes to hormones, it’s all about optimizing. Contrary to popular belief and old medical teachings, we now know that estrogen is a vital hormone for MEN as much as WOMEN! Not having enough (or any) estrogen isn’t good for many reasons. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Men's Health SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL The truth: Men need estrogen to support heart, bone, brain and sexual health. That is why therapies that block estrogen may put your health at risk. What many men don’t know is that their bodies make estrogen naturally via an enzyme called aromatase which converts testosterone into their needed estrogen. Aromatase is an enzyme involved in the production of estrogen that acts by catalyzing the conversion of testosterone (an androgen) to estradiol (an estrogen). Aromatase
The discussion around hormones is largely centered around women, but truthfully men also suffer from hormonal imbalance, and it’s much more common than many realize. In fact, beginning at age 35 a man will experience a decline in testosterone production at a rate of up to 10% loss in production a year. Signs of Low Testosterone Levels Men who suffer from low testosterone or hormone imbalance may suffer from a variety of: Mental symptoms Physical symptoms Sexual dysfunction symptoms Conversely, some men with hormone imbalance don’t experience any symptoms at all. Mental Symptoms Fatigue, lethargy, and lack of motivation. Mood swings, anxiety, and depression. Feeling burned out and past your prime. Physical Symptoms Stubborn belly fat, weight gain, and food cravings. Loss of muscle strength. Hair loss. Sexual Dysfunctional Symptoms Loss of libido. Inability to achieve or maintain an erection. Prostate discomfort. If you recognize any of the symptoms above BHRT may be
A new, 10 year study showed that speed training – computer exercises that get users to visually process information more quickly – beat memory and reasoning exercises, the two other popular brain training techniques. There is new hope for preventing a tragic, incurable disease which affects more than five million Americans who are 65 and older – dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, “A new, 10 year study showed that speed training – computer exercises that get users to visually process information more quickly – beat memory and reasoning exercises, the two other popular brain training techniques. Researchers found that a total of 11 to 14 hours of speed training has the potential to cut by as much as 48 percent the risk of developing dementia 10 years later.”The results of this study, entitled "Advanced Cognitive Training