You ask a lot of your knees, including carrying one and a half times your body weight (four times for every pound you’re overweight). No wonder they hurt. But don’t assume surgery is the only way. Read on for less-drastic, highly effective knee pain tips.
It’s normal to feel a bit run down from time to time, but is it possible you have chronic fatigue that needs medical attention? Keep reading to learn about when your constant grogginess is cause for concern.
Waking up in the middle of the night with drenched pajamas and fanning the sudden rushes of heat with any handy piece of paper are two of the classic symptoms of menopause. If you think you’re doomed to suffer through it, think again.
It’s not surprising that knee pain is so common when you realize that your knee joint bears 1.5 times your body weight with each step. And if you're overweight, it could be even worse. Skip the drugs — regenerative therapies are better.
From TV commercials to social media to advice from your mom, it’s hard to separate fact from fiction when it comes to hormone replacement therapy. Here are some of the main myths out there, as well as the truth about hormones.
Chronic joint pain from an injury or a degenerative condition like osteoarthritis can slow you down and affect the quality of your life. Take a natural approach to relieving knee, shoulder, and joint pain, and regain mobility with prolozone therapy.
For years you’ve benefited from normal testosterone levels, never giving them a second thought. But when these hormone levels dip, the effects can impact a surprising number of areas of your health, both physical and mental.
How long can you hold your breath? You can live for a while without food and water, but you won’t last more than a few minutes without air. It fuels your cells, feeds your brain, and facilitates a healthy metabolism — can it also heal what ails you?
The symptoms of menopause are exhausting: hot flashes, mood swings, and night sweats. These symptoms can be tough to deal with and can feel like they’ll never end. Fortunately, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can help.