Monthly Archives: June 2021

Low Testosterone – A Possible Link to Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Published on June 22nd, 2021

low testosterone linked to higher odds rheumatoid arthritis risk 300x130With low testosterone on the rise around the world, more research and focus has been made on the health effects of low-T for men, and even women. We’ve realized that low-T can cause serious problems, such as depression, as well as other issues such as erectile dysfunction, poor muscle mass leading to sarcopenia, fat gain, etc. For women, it’s usually a low sex drive and painful sex. In addition, it’s been noted in multiple studies that men with low testosterone are more susceptible to COVID-19, and exhibit worse symptoms the lower their testosterone is. Now, scientific research is showing us … Continue reading

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Chronic Stress is a Major Factor in Causing Hair Loss


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 15th, 2021

chronic stress causes hair loss 300x200Have you noticed as you’ve gotten older that your hair is thinner and less lustrous? Maybe it’s prone to split ends and is dried out all the time. All these issues are probably linked to your stress level and mainly hair loss. Researchers from Harvard have found a link between chronic stress and hair loss. Read on to learn more! Stress Hormone Inhibits Hair Follicle Activity The study described in this article was conducted by some big players. The researchers were from Harvard, MIT, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, Massachusetts General Hospital, and University Hospital … Continue reading

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Omnitrope is a Great Option for Men or Women with HGH Deficiency


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 14th, 2021

omnitrope is a great option for hgh deficiency 300x277Are you feeling overwhelmed by all of the different options available to treat human growth hormone (HGH) deficiency on the market these days? Now that HGH deficiency is becoming more accepted by doctors as a real medical/hormonal issue, multiple pharmaceutical companies have developed their own version of human growth hormone injections. Here, we will discuss one of these products in order to give you general information on what you can expect. The product is Omnitrope (somatropin), developed by Novartis/Sandoz and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). What is Somatropin? Somatropin is another term for synthetic human growth hormone, … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself from the Effects of Male Menopause


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 10th, 2021

virus protection shield simplicity icon_GJGOATL__L 236x300Most men don't realize how susceptible they are to hormonal changes associated with aging. We all understand the changes that women go through during Menopause, but did you know that guys go through some big changes too? While not as dramatic and sudden as Menopause, guys also enter a transitory period during mid-life, it's just a more gradual experience. Many doctors and specialists refer to this period of change as Male Menopause. Others call it Andropause. Some medical professionals simply diagnose the cause as Low-T. Epigenetic Age vs. Biological Age All human beings have a biological clock. Cutting-edge research has … Continue reading

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy May Help Cure Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 8th, 2021

testosterone therapy may reduce NAFLD 300x281Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is a disease that is on the rise in the United States, mainly due to increased obesity rates and Americans who do not watch their fat intake or lifestyle as well as they should. Just because you aren’t consuming alcohol on a daily basis doesn’t mean that your liver is A-OK. There are other factors that affect the functions of the liver. It is estimated that cases of NAFLD will increase 21% by 2030. NAFLD Linked to Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes Not surprisingly, NAFLD is more commonly found in people with type-2 diabetes, who are obese, … Continue reading

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Sleeping Well to Boost HGH and Enhance Hormone Balance


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on June 9th, 2021

a man having trouble sleeping squeezes a pillow around his ears for some peace and quiet_Ht0bpVdASo1 300x200Sleeping Well Facilitates Optimal HGH Production HGH is most active during childhood and during puberty, but Growth Hormone keeps being important throughout your adult life. Growth Hormone dynamically motivates cellular metabolism. In larger volumes, HGH is responsible for growth; but in adulthood, Growth Hormone maintains well-being and vitality. Medical specialists recommend getting around seven to nine hours of good sleep each night in order to feel maximally rested and to ensure peak Growth Hormone Production. HGH is produced during Phases 3 and 4 of deep sleep. The brain enters this phase of sleep between 15 minutes and an hour of … Continue reading

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