Healthy Eating Tips to Survive the Holiday Season by BodyLogicMD It’s that time of the year. Time to gather with family, reflect on your health and happiness, and be thankful for your blessings. When it comes to the holidays, it’s easy enough to promise yourself that you will not overdo it at family gatherings, but … Continued
We often use Valentine’s Day to reflect on the relationships we have with the important people in our lives. Perhaps the most important person to build a relationship with is you. We have an obligation to take care of our health – not only to ourselves, but to our loved ones as well. We owe it to ourselves – and to our loved ones, to be proactive about our health and wellness to guarantee many more, happy and healthy years to come.
Today Rachel Rachael Ray talks about what women can do to prevent menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, menopause weight gain, adrenal fatigue and mood swings.
As we age, our skin naturally begins to thin and dry out, making wrinkles become more and more distinguished. Although many consider wrinkles to be a common sign of aging, there are steps that women and men can take to significantly reduce wrinkles.
According to an article published on WorldHealth.net, yoga can help women and men decrease inflammation and in turn significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, type-II diabetes, arthritis and other inflammatory-related health challenges brought on by aging.
We all experience it, you start “planning” for the December holidays two months in advance, but it never fails, somehow all of the sudden you wake up one day and realize they are right around the corner.
The impact of diet on hormonal health is a popular topic in this community. Remember, all of your hormones work closely together – insulin, cortisol, thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – if one of them becomes unbalanced, it throws the others out of whack.
Love is by far one of the most powerful emotions one can experience in life. Love has the absolute power to manifest the lowest of lows and the highest of highs within all of us. So why is it that so many relationships start off with a bang and end with a thud? At first, our relationships seem to take on the often clichéd “honeymoon phase,” where both man and woman are overcome by the boundless energies of love, falling helplessly head over heels for one another. Be it 2 months or 2 years, the once radiant glow that has faded and the relationship has begun to plateau. When things “level out” like this, it’s important to know what you and your partner can do to spice things up a bit. Here’s five great ways to rekindle that lovin’ feelin’!
Dr. Roger Spahr of BodyLogicMD of Indianapolis discusses fragmented sleep and the connection with your hormone levels.
Although many people don’t realize this, an imbalance in your hormones could be to blame when you’re unable to count sheep. Often, in women, as a result of an estrogen deficiency, which is common in perimenopause and menopause, your ability to get a full night’s sleep suffers. This is due to the fact that estrogen is a sleep-maintaining hormone. Conversely, in men, insomnia is generally a result of low testosterone levels.