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Saliva Testing: What it can tell you about your hormones?

Saliva Testing: What it can tell you about your hormones?

by Shearly (SU)
Women produce a complex array of hormones besides the commonly known hormone estrogen, such as progesterone, estradiol, human growth factor (HGH), DHEA-S and even testosterone. The specific levels of hormones can and does change over time and at different life stages like peri-menopause, menopause or during pregnancy. As you age the natural levels of female hormones shift, creating a variety of symptoms such as hot flashes, mood changes and irritability, night sweats, vaginal dryness, sleep disturbances, increased chance of osteoporosis and heart attacks. HRT, or hormone replacement therapy, can help many women regulate and maintain their hormone levels. In many cases a simple saliva test can determine how much and which specific hormone levels may be out of balance.

Difference Between Bioidentical and Other HRT Therapies

Difference Between Bioidentical and Other HRT Therapies

by Shearly (SU)
At SynergenX Health, we offer hormone replacement therapies (HRT) to help replenish what menopause and other conditions can take away. There is a lot of confusion these days about hormone replacement therapy. For example, many people do not know that male HRT can be treated with targeted doses of testosterone. For those wondering about the differences between bioidentical and other conventional HRT therapies, the main difference is that bioidentical hormones (usually derived from plants) are a perfect match for the ones your body naturally produces. Hence, the term, “bio-identical”, meaning that your body cannot tell the difference from those that would normally be created by your own living tissues.

Is There a Difference Between Body Mass Index & Body Composition?

Is There a Difference Between Body Mass Index & Body Composition?

by Stephanie Meadows
Body mass index, or BMI, and body composition are ways to determine whether you're at a healthy weight, and, by extension, if you're facing a higher risk of obesity-related illnesses, like type 2 diabetes and heart disease, both types of measurements have their benefits and drawbacks, and how you use them to measure your fitness progress depends on your goals. In other words, there is a difference between BMI and BMA, so here is your go-to-guide.

Welcome to Live Blog

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Live Blog is the ultimate blogging module for DotNetNuke. It has all the essential blogging features in addition to multi-author support, advanced comment system, flexible feeds generator, search engine optimized, and integration with many services such as Disqus, Akismet, Google ReCaptcha, Feedsburner, Live Writer and much more...