How to Get Rid of “Man Boobs” by BodyLogicMD If you’ve ever been too embarrassed to take off your shirt at the beach, you’re probably familiar with the term “man boobs.” At least thirty percent of males are affected by gynecomastia—the medical term for male breasts—in their lifetimes. In fact, it’s the most common condition … Continued
Symptoms of Underactive Thyroid May Mimic Other Conditions by BodyLogicMD Many of the symptoms of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) coincide with other conditions, allowing hypothyroidism to go undetected for quite some time. Changes in the menstrual cycle, constipation, depression, dry skin, hair loss, fatigue, and difficulty losing weight could be attributed to everything from menopause to … Continued
January is Thyroid Awareness Month—Make Your Thyroid Work for You by BodyLogicMD It’s a common story: your bone-numbing fatigue, inability to sleep, brain fog, aches and pains, headaches, depressed mood, hair loss, low sex drive, and the weight gain you can’t control—no matter how many calories you cut—finally drive you to the doctor. You’re diagnosed … Continued
We often see patients who are already on thyroid replacement therapy ,yet continue to complain if fatigue. The may have tried various doses of commonly used medications like Synthroid, Levoxyl, or levothyroxine yet only receive partial or no improvement of their symptoms. Hypothyroidism typically encompasses complaints such as ; fatigue,weight gain ,dry hair and skin, … Continued
Medical Mondays – You ask the questions and our highly trained bioidentical hormones experts will post your answer LIVE! Q: I currently take Armour Thyroid for under active thyroid disorder. Just the other day I saw a segment on TV that talked about using BHRT to treat symptoms of hypothyroidism. According to one doctor, the … Continued
Thyroid imbalances occur when your thyroid isn’t functioning optimally. Thyroid imbalances are caused by a variety of factors, including environmental toxins, medications, iodine intake and even genetics. An overactive thyroid, known as hyperthyroidism, occurs when the thyroid glands produce too many hormones for the body to handle. This can result in symptoms ranging from heart palpitations and anxiety to weight loss, heat intolerance and muscle weakness. Grave’s disease is an incurable and more severe form of hyperthyroidism. On the contrary, Hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland is producing too few hormones and is much more common. Some studies estimate that as many as 1 in 7 adults suffer from an underactive thyroid.