10 Simple + Healthy Tips for Combating Signs of Aging Let’s face it: no one looks forward to the side effects that come along with getting older. Here at Rejuvime, we take steps to educate our patients and followers on the best practices for aging gracefully. Today on the blog, we are discussing 10 simple …Read More
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Category Archives: Bioidentical Hormones Metairie
Aging and Its Effects on Memory Did you know that keeping the brain active with exercises and simple functions can contribute to healthy cognitive function as you age? Yep! The brain is a pretty neat component of the human body. In fact, as noted in this scholarly article on Age-Related Memory Loss, “The brain is …Read More
Here at Rejuvime, we are always looking for ways to educate our patients and followers on healthy habits, because as we all know, healthy habits contribute to an overall healthier well-being, thus, the potential for a better quality of life as we age. Today we are going to discuss the role of the liver and …Read More
Hormone imbalances affect every person at some point in life, but how exactly do you know when to seek out a medical solution? Much like many health conditions, it’s always important to pay attention to the signs your body sends you. When it comes to hormones, it’s no secret that imbalances can impact not only …Read More
As we age, our body and the role our organs play fluctuates. While some of these factors can be positively or negatively affected by one’s overall health, other roles of bodily organs naturally change or decrease functionality over time. In this article, we are going to outline common symptoms of hormonal changes and/or imbalances in …Read More
Despite popularly being a “male” hormone, testosterone is actually prevalent in all human bodies, regardless of gender. While it is produced in smaller doses in women than in men, testosterone is still a vital hormone in a woman’s overall health. Processes testosterone play a part in include producing new red blood cells, enhancing and regulating …Read More
Last week we explored the little-discussed topic of sexual dysfunction in women. Continuing with our trend of gender-specific topics, in this blog, we are uncovering more information on the subject of male sexual dysfunction. While the treatment and exploration of sexual problems, in general, is still in its infancy, male sexual issues are a bit …Read More
The female sexual response system is very complex and, even now, isn’t fully understood yet. Today’s society, however, more fully embraces the nature of sex and sexual desire, as well as has a shifting focus on conditions women experience that have not been well explored before. Because of this rapidly evolving spotlight on women and …Read More
Aging is a mystery. You can’t control it, choose for it to stop, or halt the calendar from moving forward one day at a time. You start to see outward signs, like new wrinkles in your skin, unintended weight gain, and gray strands in your hair. You start to feel inward signs, like fatigue, mood …Read More
Are progesterone and progestin really interchangeable? What is the difference between the two?Today we seek to answer these questions and bring some clarification on an often confused subject.In HRT, the main purpose of taking a progestogen (progesterone or a progestin) along with estrogen is to oppose the effect of estrogen on the endometrium and prevent …Read More