Testosterone

Boost Testosterone Levels Naturally

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

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

Forget the Hearts and Flowers. How about a Better Love Life This Valentine’s Day?

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

New Research Links Estrogen with Treating Chronic Migraines

Anyone who has ever experienced a migraine headache understands how debilitating this searing, blinding pain can be.  A migraine is not simply a bad headache. It is much worse.   According to the Migraine Research Foundation, a migraine is “an extremely incapacitating collection of neurological symptoms which include a severe throbbing and recurring pain, usually on one side of the head. The attacks are often accompanied by one or more of the following: visual disturbances, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, extreme sensitivity to sound, light, touch and smell and tingling or numbness in the extremities or face.”The foundation further notes that about 25 percent of migraine sufferers also have a visual disturbance called an “aura,” which usually lasts less than an hour. While migraines usually last between four and 72 hours, to the person who is experiencing the pain, it can seem like an eternity!Medical experts have known