Everyone wants to age gracefully, and most of us would like to put off “aging” for as long as possible. But there are likely a number of things you’re doing in your everyday life that are actually aging you faster. To preserve as much of your youth as possible, avoid the following five habits!
Carolina Hormone and Health Center has joined with The American Heart Association cause to fight the Number One killer of women – Heart Disease.
Exercise for those over the age of 45 offers many unexpected benefits. Of course there are the advantages of better overall health and the decrease of medical problems, but exercise also offers older men and women emotional and psychological improvements.
Getting enough exercise is one of the best ways to ensure that you stay fit and healthy well into older age. Exercising frequently has been associated with lower incidence of a whole range of age-related diseases, from cancer to diabetes to high blood pressure, but it can also help prevent some of the less-health-endangering but still unsavory effects of aging like wrinkles. Here are some of the best exercises for keeping up a youthful body and demeanor.
As men and women age, they generally reach a point where the habits that kept them slim in their 20’s and 30’s just don’t work anymore. Young adults may be able to simply avoid junk food for a few days and take a couple extra runs to get their weight back under control, but older adults must be more intentional about their health if they want to avoid weight gain. In this post we will give you some ideas on how to fight weight gain as you age.
If you suspect that you are suffering from a hormone imbalance, there are several ways to determine where the problem lies. Hormonal imbalances create a variety of symptoms based on a wide range of problems. Begin by assessing different elements of your life, keeping an eye out for the following issues.
While most women don’t enter the full swing of menopause until their late 40s or 50s, others may experience the very first signs of changing hormone balances as early as their mid 30s. Known as “perimenopause,” the first signs of menopause occur when the ovaries slow their production of estrogen and continue until they stop releasing eggs entirely.
Do you have questions about Hormone Pellet Therapy?
Since hormone pellet therapy is a lesser-known form of bioidentical hormone therapy, many people don’t quite understand the idea or the advantages. The answers to the following questions will give you a good idea of what to expect from your bioidentical hormone pellet therapy.
Most women are familiar with the usual signals of impending menopause: hot flashes, mood swings, skin changes, night sweats, etc. But there are a number of menopause-related symptoms that tend to go undiagnosed, leading to significant frustration and a lack of treatment. If you’re in the perimenopausal age group (generally, women in their 40s) and you’ve experienced a sudden worsening of allergic reactions or a spate of new allergies, it may be related to the changes in hormone production that you’re experiencing!
As with all hormone therapy, bio-identical hormone therapy is intended to reduce the discomfort associated with menopause and therefore increase the general quality of life of a patient. Bioidentical hormone therapy offers extra advantages due to the high quality and customized nature of the hormones.