Mental fitness is a concept used to help us enhance our thought patterns and overall mental and cognitive well-being. Just as the body can be strengthened through physical exercise, our minds too can be made more resilient through conscious training and healthy lifestyle practices. By developing an awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, we can become more confident and capable in the world.
Every successful journey needs a good map, so your road to good health needs the data to ensure you will reach your destination. Think of it this way: If you don’t know the root cause of a problem, you don’t know the best starting point and route to follow. A thorough evaluation of your overall health is essential to plot your road to success.
Conventional medicine typically focuses on just one aspect of that journey. Testing is narrow in scope and focuses on a specific symptom, so any treatment plan lacks the complete data necessary for a holistic approach to healing.
We’ve all seen days where something just feels off. There’s no inciting event that makes you feel blue, irritated or tired; it just happens by itself. It could be nothing but it could also be a sign that your hormones are falling off balance.
You’ve been warned about the angsty teenage years, you’ve been told how your 20’s will be a struggle and how lonely the 70’s might get – but were you ever given a heads up about the late 40’s? Read more
If you’ve ever looked into hormone therapy, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about hormone pellet therapy, and may have even considered it.
It’s not hard to understand why: hormone pellet therapy is considered one of the more low-maintenance hormone treatment options available, and so far has enjoyed high efficacy rates among those who have tried it. Read more
Here’s a quick survey. For every “yes,” scroll down and move on to the next question.
Are you a man above thirty?
Have you been waking up more often at night than usual?
Have you noticed that you’ve been getting less bedroom action lately?
Still reading? If so, then you might be one of the many males facing low testosterone.
Typically, male testosterone levels drop by around 1% yearly after reaching thirty. However, some men experience a steeper decline than normal.
Are you worried that you might be among those who have low testosterone, or low T? See if you can identify with these common Low T indicators. Afterward, we’ll walk you through some treatment options. Read more