Fluctuating hormone levels is one of the most common ailments to develop with age. It will affect both men and women, most typically starting after the age of 40. When hormone fluctuations start and how drastic they are depends on a lot of different factors, from your genetic makeup to your dietary and exercise habits.
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may help put an end to the chronic aches and pains of osteoporosis.
As you grow older, there are several health concerns that your body becomes more at risk of developing. One of these health concerns is osteoporosis, a disease of the bones that can result in severe aches and pain, especially through the hips, spine and wrists. Luckily, anti-aging therapy is available to reduce the severity and associated risks of osteoporosis.
Hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, is used as an anti-aging therapy in postmenopausal women. For many patients, HRT is beneficial relieving symptoms of menopause, restoring quality of life and even improving health with age.
Bioidentical hormone replacement can help reduce the worst symptoms of aging, like lack of energy, mood swings and yes, migraines.
Benjamin Franklin once said “the only things certain in life are death and taxes.” Well, women can add menopause to that list, and for about 20 percent of women migraines are just as inevitable. Women suffer from migraines at a much higher rate than men, with females making up about 70 percent of migraine sufferers in the United States.
Aging is inevitable. With each passing minute, day and week we all age in many different ways. Some of us grow wiser and stronger while others of us grow more tired and less motivated. Aging shouldn’t be looked at as a negative aspect of life but more so an opportunity to laugh, love and live more. Seeking hormone replacement therapy in Rochester Hills can help you battle the more physical aspects of aging such as weight gain, memory loss and sleeplessness, but there are ways to boost your mental spirit as you age as well.
Every couple of years you hear an age that is supposed to be the “new” something. Apparently 90 is the “new 60” and 50 is the “new 30.” Whatever that is supposed to mean, it is true that there are plenty of options for aging adults to incorporate treatments into their lifestyle to rejuvenate their energy levels and feel younger for longer. One of these treatment options is hormone replacement therapy, and in Rochester Hills in particular this type of treatment is keeping many adults up and running (both mentally, metaphorically and physically!) long into retirement.
A guide to buying skincare products for sun protection and recovery
Summertime is finally in full swing and as Rochester residents have already seen, it’s going to be a hot one. Though you shouldn’t let temperatures pushing the triple digits keep you cooped up indoors, those pursuing anti-aging treatments like bioidentical hormone replacement might be apprehensive about the damage that summertime activities can do to their skin.
Hold on men—women aren’t the only ones who experience the ups and downs of menopause, men do too. It’s not actually called MANopause, but it might as well be. The actual term for male menopause is andropause and this condition affects nearly 20 to 30 percent of all men. However, unlike menopause men can experience the symptoms of andropause for decades.
Hot flashes brought on by menopause can be a real pain. For a lot of women these frustrating bouts of heat interrupt sleep, causing you to become more irritable and stressed than you already are. Though there are many ways to alleviate more severe symptoms of menopause, like bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, a new study suggests that soy has the potential to alleviate menopausal hot flashes.
Don’t underestimate the power of scent. A familiar and soothing scent can trigger a memory, promote relaxation and even relieve the symptoms of menopause.
You may not realize how often you have turned to aromatherapy in times of chaos or distress. This aromatic form of healing dates back to ancient civilizations when the burning of incense was introduced as an aspect of spiritual meditation. In our busy society, a lot of us don’t take the time to meditate, but we will take a moment to smell the roses. That is because a quick sniff can do a lot to stimulate our senses, calm our nerves and even reduce tension in our muscles.