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Men’s Health: See A Doctor For A Longer Life

It’s no secret that women generally live longer than men. In fact, according to the Social Security administration, the average 65 year old man will live to 84.3 and the average 65 year old woman will live to 86.7; that reads in at about 2.5 years of more time on this earth. There’s a mix of factors
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balance your thyroid with diet

Can You Balance Your Thyroid With Diet?

The thyroid is a gland in the neck that helps regulate your metabolism. According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. Thyroid disease can affect people of all ages and races, though “women are 5 to 8 times more likely than men to have thyroid problems.” There are
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Low Estrogen Can Cause Cardiovascular Disease

More women die of cardiovascular disease– or heart attack and stroke– than any other condition. In Fact, the American Heart Association states “more than one in three female adults has some form of cardiovascular disease.” Menopause itself is a natural cycle and is not the cause of cardiovascular disease, but after menopause, the risk of heart attack
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Could Hormone Imbalance Cause Depression?

Have you recently noticed some changes in your mood? If you’re a female over 35, it could be due to perimenopause or menopause. When the body reaches the stage before menopause hits called perimenopause, estrogen levels begin to change. According to the Cleveland Clinic, this change can “have an effect on your mental well-being.” There
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Perimenopause: What To Expect

Are you experiencing some new symptoms but are still having regular periods? You are most likely in the stage before menopause. According to Harvard Health, perimenopause “begins with irregular menstrual cycles — courtesy of declining ovarian function — and ends a year after the last menstrual period.” Menopause doesn’t actually begin until an entire year
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Low progesterone

Are you Over 35? You Could Have Low Progesterone

Do you ever feel like your hormones are imbalanced? If you’re over the age of 35, you could have low progesterone levels. According to, Progesterone is a female sex hormone that is produced mainly in the ovaries. This hormone helps regulate your cycle and also helps get the uterus ready for pregnancy. Making sure that
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Reversing Diabetes

Work Towards Reversing Diabetes Naturally

Diabetes is a dangerous disease that is connected to many other health issues. Diabetes increases your risk for developing certain types of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, neuropathy, and kidney disease. Studies have shown that it also increases the chance of dying from these diseases. The CDC reports that nearly 10% of Americans have diabetes. However,
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kidney disease

High Blood Sugar Levels Can Cause Kidney Disease

Diabetes can wreak havoc on your body, especially over a long period of time. Along with increasing your risk of heart disease and some types of cancer, high blood glucose levels can cause kidney disease. The American Heart Association explains “Kidney disease means the kidneys can’t filter blood and make urine like they should.” Over
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Feeling Loss

Loss Of Feeling in Hands or Feet?

While we know that Diabetes puts you at risk for cancer and heart disease, it can also cause diabetic neuropathy. According to the Mayo Clinic, “Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur if you have diabetes. High blood sugar (glucose) can injure nerves throughout your body.” Those injured nerves can cause loss of
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Cardiovascular Disease Connected to Diabetes

Cardiovascular Disease And Diabetes

Top researchers have found a link between cardiovascular disease and diabetes. According to the CDC, 610,000 Americans die every year from heart disease. This means that is 1 out of every 4 Americans will die from a heart attack or stroke. In fact, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men
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