Hormones Can Be a Headache… Literally!

Prevention, Treatment, and Causes of Hormonal Headaches by BodyLogicMD Almost everyone has experienced at least one splitting headache in their lifetime. Headaches can take many forms, from tension headaches to migraines. Whether they are short in duration or chronic, mild or severe, headaches can be very disruptive to daily life. Depending on the type of … Continued

Don’t Let Stress Cause a Stroke

May is National Meditation Month—Make Time to Meditate, Not Medicate by BodyLogicMD If you want to lower your risk of heart attack and stroke—two leading causes of mortality in the US—there is research showing that you may have to look no further than your meditation mat. A study published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation … Continued

Hot Flashes—How Many Years Do They Last?

Duration of Menopause Symptoms Varies From Woman to Woman by BodyLogicMD Most women are familiar with one of the major symptoms of menopause, hot flashes, in which normal body temperature rises and an intense feeling of heat suddenly flushes over the body. Hot flashes are usually accompanied by a red, flushed face and heavy sweating. … Continued

Balance Your Hormones with a Customized Diet

The Importance of Diet in Maintaining Hormone Balance by BodyLogicMD Hormones perform countless essential tasks in your body—they regulate your immune system, help you digest and extract nutrients from food, regulate your mood, and keep your energy levels high and your libido strong. Maintaining adequate hormone levels is critical, not only for your long-term health, … Continued

Correlation Between Prediabetes and Testosterone Levels in Men

The Results of Free Estradiol, SHBG & Testosterone Testing by BodyLogicMD In 2016, a study published in the journal Diabetes Care offered new hope to men with type 2 diabetes. It found that six months of testosterone therapy significantly reduced insulin and glucose levels in men with type 2 diabetes who were also testosterone deficient. The therapy … Continued

Gluten Free… Celiac Disease or Gluten Sensitive?

Gluten Sensitivities Are Probably Not Just in Your Head… by BodyLogicMD You’ve probably heard of gluten―a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye―and you probably know that some people can’t eat it. You may have even heard that those people have something called celiac disease. But did you know that some people who don’t have celiac disease … Continued

Men Experience Hormonal Changes During Pregnancy Too

Pregnancy, Postpartum and Men’s Testosterone Levels by BodyLogicMD It’s become a common joke among expecting parents that the male partners have to shed “pregnancy weight” along with their female partners after the birth of their child. Whether those extra pounds were gained as a result of intentionally “showing support” or just indulging along with their … Continued

Could You be Suffering from Birth Control-Related Depression?

Depression Among Women on Oral Contraceptives by BodyLogicMD If you’ve been feeling blue lately, you may want to think twice before refilling your birth control prescription. New research published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry suggests that all types of hormonal contraception come with an increased risk of depression. A 14-year, nationwide study looked at one million … Continued

Don’t be SAD! Make this Winter the Best One Yet

Six Tips to Help with Seasonal Affective Disorder by BodyLogicMD Cold, gray days with fewer hours of sunlight are known to spark feelings of the ‘winter blues’ or seasonal affective disorder (SAD), especially among women. Along with sadness and depression, symptoms such as extreme fatigue, feelings of hopelessness, seeking isolation, irritability, and even sugar or … Continued

Turn Up Your Sex Life With The WOW Shot™

Enhance Your Libido and Find Sexual Satisfaction by BodyLogicMD Unlocking the mysteries of a woman’s libido continues to be a complicated matter. Take, for example, the launch of the drug Addyi (flibanserin) in 2015. This FDA-approved drug was touted as the “Viagra for women.” It was supposed to increase women’s desire and improve sexual experiences … Continued