Sex Hormones in Men—Testosterone, Estrogen, SHBG, and Progesterone While the most well-known sex hormone in men is testosterone, there are a number of sex hormones that play a role in a man’s body. Testosterone in Men Testosterone is the most well-known male hormone in men’s bodies. … [Read more...] about Sex Hormones in Men—Testosterone, Estrogen, SHBG, and Progesterone
Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Insulin Resistance Insulin resistance is, “when cells in your muscles, fat, and liver don’t respond well to insulin and can’t use glucose from your blood for energy.” Insulin resistance is a precursor for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. When insulin … [Read more...] about Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Insulin Resistance
Excuse Me- Again! Are you pressing pause too often to head to the ladies’ room? Are long car rides becoming a game of “Where’s the cleanest restroom”? Does a good sneeze send a shot of terror to your heart and is waiting to go, is a solid “N.O.”? If this all sounds familiar, … [Read more...] about Excuse Me – Again!
What's Your Love Language: by Gary Chapman (The 5 Love Languages) Love is like the art of music—it speaks to and is wanted by everyone. In order to give and receive love, the right form of communication must be utilized. We all feel most loved when others are using the love language that … [Read more...] about What’s Your Love Language?
What is BHRT @ MedStudio? An individualized approach to hormone replacement therapy, using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), pinpoints a person’s exact hormone levels, and what hormones are needed to rebalance their hormone deficiency. The difference between synthetic and … [Read more...] about BHRT Abstracts and Reviews
According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, the liver is an organ that performs a number of critical functions in the body, including: Production of bile, which helps carry away waste and break down fats in the small intestine during digestion Production of certain proteins for blood plasma … [Read more...] about Liver and Hormone Imbalances – What’s the Deal?