Reduce Stress Levels with Tai Chi & Qigong

Are you constantly stressed out? Tired all the time? Stress is a natural part of life, but chronic stress – stress we face on a day-to-day basis- can wear us down be damanging to our overall health.

Cortisol is a hormone, produced by the adrenal glands, responsible for helping the body cope with stress. On a short term level, cortisol can be life-saving; however, the overproduction of cortisol can interfere with the function of other hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone.

Puerto Rico Bioidentical Hormones Expert Discusses the Negative Effects of Stress for Diabetics

Stress prompts the release of cortisol, a corticosteroid hormone that is produced the adrenal glands that sit atop the kidneys. Cortisol is the body’s “fight or flight” response to stress and helps the give the metabolism a much needed boost in times of peril. However, when produced in large quantities, cortisol can wreak havoc on the body and many of the body’s biological processes.

Dr. Landa Weighs in on Recent NY Times Article: “Vigor Quest”

BodyLogicMD Medical Director Jennifer Landa, M.D. weighs in on the recent NY Times article that accounted the experiences of middle-aged John Bellizzi (51) during andropause. The article demonstrated how integrative therapies can help men overcome symptoms of the male menopause, known as andropause.

Dr. Stanton Responds to Recent NY Times Article: “Vigor Quest”

A recent article in the NY Times follows the “Vigor Quest” of baby boomer, John Bellizzi (51), retracing his journey through the male menopause known as andropause and discussing how integrative and functional medicine helped him get his edge back and regain control of his health.

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BodyLogicMD provides targeted and comprehensive seminars focused on natural bioidentical hormone therapy and our customized fitness and nutrition programs – at no cost to our attendees. Our highly trained physicians share their expertise and show how our individualized programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. Plus, guests enjoy the opportunity to speak directly with our physician presenter(s) in a question and answer format following each seminar.

Stress-Reduction Techniques Can Decrease Risk of Heart Disease

According to an article on, recent studies funded by the Medical College of Wisconsin and Iowa’s Maharishi University have concluded that people who use stress-reduction techniques such as breathing exercises and meditation can significantly reduce their risk of heart attack, stroke and death attributed to heart disease.

The Dangers of Holiday Toxins

Recent studies have revealed that many of the household products that we use on a daily basis contain harmful toxins that have been linked to asthma, hormonal imbalance, endocrine and neurological disorders and in some cases have even led to death. Although many of these dangerous consumer products dwell in toy chests and refrigerators year-round, experts are saying that exposure is even more prevalent during the holiday season.

Stress-Induced Insomnia Linked to Hormonal Imbalance

Over 60 million American men and women suffer from insomnia and sleeplessness each year and recent studies have indicated that the cause may be largely attributed to an underlying hormonal imbalance.