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Testosterone is an essential male sex hormone that helps maintain and develop adequate levels of red blood cells (RBCs), bone density, sperm production, sexual development and function, and more.
Unfortunately, testosterone levels decline with age. Pair that with poor lifestyle choices, and there’s a strong chance for you to have low testosterone.
Osteoporosis is a condition in which your bone tissue loses its mass and density. This can make your bones weaker and more brittle, and it can also increase your risk of bone fractures. Unfortunately, women are often at higher risk of osteoporosis, especially as they age.
The good news is that you can support your bone health with the right combination of diet, exercise, and healthy lifestyle factors. Here’s everything you need to know about osteoporosis in women.
Menopause is a natural process that comes at the end of a women’s reproductive phase. While it’s a normal part of aging, it can bring with it a range of uncomfortable symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and weight gain.
Join us as we explore some of the most effective and natural ways for managing menopause weight gain.
Anyone who has ever had a migraine understands how tough they can be. After all, they can severely impair one's ability to perform daily tasks and entail excruciating pain. Unfortunately, they’re quite common since 1 out of 7 people encounters migraines daily.
With so many people suffering from migraines every day, can something as simple as magnesium actually provide relief?
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis in American women - an estimated 30% of all women’s cancer cases are breast-related!
While certain factors that contribute to your breast health are beyond your control, like genetics and family history, there are things you can do to support healthy breasts. Read on to learn more about how you can support breast health, plus some of the best supplements for breast health.
Taking control of men's health involves many factors: proper diet, the right amount of sleep, drinking water, exercise, and many others. You can make resolutions and promises that you will change all of these things today and go on a health kick, but it is often easier said than done.
We’ve put together a list of the five best supplements that men should integrate into their daily routines to guarantee overall health.
Depending on who you are, you might look comfortably forward to bedtime, or dread it. Sleep is a great thing when it comes easily and lasts through the night, but not so much if you have trouble getting or staying there. So, why do we sleep? Because that’s when you heal and when your mind and body recharge. Without regular rest, your brain cannot function efficiently, and if your brain’s not working, neither can anything else.
October is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” which was established to remind you to check in on your breast health. After all, your best tool for preventing or detecting problems when they’re easiest to treat is familiarity with your own breasts.
When women look to better their health, not only are they doing it for themselves, but to nurture generations to come. Women’s health encompasses more than general mental and physical health – women must also look at hormonal health.