Tag Archives: bioidentical hormone replacement therapy

It’s a frustrating problem! The jeans you could easily slip into before menopause are now hard to button. You haven’t gained significant weight, but your waistline has thickened. An increase in abdominal fat after menopause is an issue many women face. [Read more]

Many women dread the menopause. Maybe you’ve been told horror stories about hot flashes, night sweats, migraines and loss of libido. Your mother or sister or friends have warned you that it might go on for years and years. Menopause starts to sound awful, so you begin to consider hormone replacement therapy (HRT). But then you read that HRT will give you cancer, or that you’ll be given artificial hormones instead of natural ones. What should you do? Of course the decision is yours, but here are some facts to help you make up your mind. [Read more]

Most people know who Suzanne Somers is. What you may not know is she is almost 70 years old. Amazingly, she looks years younger than her actual age. How does she do it? Here are four simple ways you can achieve “the look.” [Read more]

When people say life begins at 40, nobody points out to the women that they need to get in top shape! A lot of women in their 40s are going through emotional turmoil without any hope on the horizon.  The new saying should be “problems begin at 30.” The working woman. Now that she does […]

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Finding that Mood Again

Posted In: Lifestyle By Staff

This may be one of the most common concerns associated with age, but you’d never know it if you relied on word of mouth. This is one of those things that many men prefer not discussing—not even with their doctors, which is an unfortunate reality that means that many men will struggle with a decrease in their libido for much longer than is actually necessary. [Read more]

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy uses synthetically developed hormones that are identical to the hormones in your body to balance your natural levels and production of hormones. As you age, the level of hormones, including estrogen, progesterone and testosterone, begin to naturally decline. Many of the symptoms of aging are actually a direct result of these fluctuating hormone levels. [Read more]