Menopause

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

EVEXIAS embraces International Women’s Day: Be Bold For Change.

After experiencing menopause, Carol Dogans was having hot flashes, difficulty with thinking clearly, weight gain issues, and trouble staying motivated to exercise. “I lacked confidence,” she said. “I lost it because I could not think, and my mind and my body were failing me.” Dogans, 52, who works as a retirement plan consultant at Rockwall Bank, decided to be bold and make a positive change in her life by joining the EVEXIAS Wellness Group at Rockwall. “I said I’m going to bite the bullet -- and it changed my life when I chose EVEXIAS,” she said. “I didn’t realize how out of myself I was until I got EVEXIAS.” Since December 2015, Dogans has naturally lost 6 lbs. She attributes her weight loss to following an EVEXIAS wellness plan that was specifically designed for her. “I went from not being my confident self, being very afraid, because of what

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