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3 Steps to Balance Cortisol

Balance is the key element when it comes to cortisol, a hormone produced in your adrenal glands. Cortisol performs many vital functions, including:

  • Reducing inflammation
  • Regulating blood pressure
  • Metabolizing glucose
  • Assisting with circadian rhythm regulation
  • Formulating memories

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6 Natural Ways To Balance Estrogen and Progesterone

Hormonal health is all about balance – but achieving the right balance can be a challenge, particularly for women at midlife. One of the most striking examples of this dynamic is found in women whose estrogen and progesterone balance is off kilter. The wide range of resulting symptoms can be debilitating, and women can find themselves battling heavy periods, disruptive PMS, fatigue, and many more symptoms.

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Hormone Pellets
All You Wanted to Know About Hormone Pellets
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
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Signs of Low Testosterone
6 Signs of Low Testosterone in Men
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

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