Hormone replacement is commonly used to treat hormonal imbalances. One of its most common applications is to alleviate menopause symptoms in women by restoring the body’s estrogen and progesterone levels. However, it can be used in both men and women to resolve various hormonal issues. Continue reading A Guide to Hormone Replacement
Up to 6% of the United States population is estimated to have non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Also known as gluten intolerance, this condition can trigger a variety of uncomfortable symptoms after ingesting gluten. Understanding these symptoms can help you pinpoint a potential dietary intolerance and seek support from your Tampa physician. Continue reading Common Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance
We’ve all heard that your quality of sleep can affect your health. However, you may be surprised to learn about the far-reaching effects of not getting enough sleep, night after night. Continue reading What Happens When You Don’t Get Enough Sleep?
Have you heard of leaky gut syndrome? This gastrointestinal condition can cause many uncomfortable symptoms, including indigestion, gas, bloating, and diarrhea. Unfortunately, leaky gut syndrome is often under or misdiagnosed, leaving people with persistent digestive pain. Continue reading How to Naturally Heal Leaky Gut
Progesterone is a type of steroid hormone that plays an important role in reproductive function. It’s considered a woman’s reproductive hormone, as it’s produced in the ovaries after ovulation every month. It’s also found in men but in much smaller amounts. Continue reading Signs of Low Progesterone Hormone
Menopause is an inevitable part of aging for women, but that doesn’t make it any easier to deal with. Many women experience a myriad of uncomfortable symptoms with menopause, including mood changes, hot flashes, poor sleep quality, headaches, weight gain, thinning hair, low libido, and even joint pain. Continue reading Ways to Manage Your Menopause Symptoms
Iron is an essential mineral. The body needs it to produce hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells that transports oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Iron is also used to make myoglobin, a protein that delivers oxygen to muscle tissue, and certain hormones. Continue reading Signs You Have Low Iron Levels
Dealing with fatigue, brain fog, and lost vitality? These and other signs of aging can disrupt your regular activities. Thankfully, patients today can regain their health in older age with the help of bioidentical hormone therapy. Continue reading How Quickly Will I Feel the Effects of Bioidentical Hormone Therapy?
Aging is an inevitability that we all must face. But, for many, it’s an eventuality that’s difficult to grapple with. If you find yourself discouraged by the face looking back at you in the mirror, anti-aging treatments may provide more than just a physical enhancement – they could provide the emotional lift that you’ve been seeking. Continue reading Anti-Aging Treatments That May Give You an Emotional “Lift”