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
When it comes to treating hormonal imbalance, there is no uniform approach. Yet, many in the medical field continuously prescribe “band-aid” treatments that may work for some but don't offer all patients optimal results, nor do they address their full scope of health concerns and symptoms. Hormonal imbalance can come from various sources, but no matter the cause when left untreated, the consequences can be severe. One approach many practitioners use to help patients find balance is bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). While BHRT has been around for years and had great results, we have seen a resurgence in its use. Read on for all things BHRT, hormone pellet therapy, and how you can improve your health! What Are Hormones and Why Do They Matter? Before diving into hormone replacement therapy, let's cover the basics of hormones. For something that plays such a significant role in our bodies, many don't know
Hormonal changes with age are natural, and not just reserved for women; even though most people think of menopause as only affecting females, that’s not the case. AUTHOR Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Andropause POSTED ON February 21, 2019 SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL While men don’t experience menopause, they do have a similar stage in life, known as andropause. Haven’t heard of it? We’re not surprised. Men tend to experience less rapid and severe symptoms during this hormonal change than women do leading many men do not speak about it or even recognize it. Even if you are fortunate enough to go largely symptom-free untreated hormonal imbalances can have serious consequences. Today, we want to breakdown what andropause is, what to expect, and steps to take to minimize effects.
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
Men and women alike struggle with hormonal imbalance, and these imbalances can have serious impacts on our mental, physical, and emotional state. Our hormones are powerful; they’re chemical messengers can control our appetite, weight, and mood, among other things. If you think you may be struggling with hormonal imbalance, check out our symptom checklist for men and women. Once we identify your imbalance, we can create a customized treatment plan for you, and part of the treatment plan may involve natural supplements. The EVEXIAS Approach At EVEXIAS Medical Centers, we use a safe, all-natural, and effective hormone treatment known as BHRT Pellet Therapy; you can read more about it here. To offer patients a complete solution and long-lasting treatment, we often suggest certain supplements to complement the natural pellet therapy. Today we’ll go over 5 of these companion supplements and what you can get from them. DIM Diindolylmethane (DIM)
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
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