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Top 5 Companion Supplements for Hormone Balance

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)

How to celebrate your BFFs

August 1 is National Girlfriends Day! The perfect moment for girlfriends around the country to get together and celebrate their unique friendships. But before you break out the bubbly or prepare a pan of brownies, why not think about a more memorable way to live up this well-deserved occasion? The real deal Girlfriends – your therapist, your right hand, your soulmates. They’re there when you need help with the kids, hold your hand when you’re going through a relationship crisis, keep you on track in life when you feel lost. They urge you to stay real and true to yourself. And of course, you wouldn’t think twice about doing the same for them. Plus, did you know? They are literally healthy for you. If you’re lacking in energy or frazzled from stress, they tell it to you straight. And are always up for joining you in getting a little

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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