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7 Best Herbs For Female Hormone Balance

Most women struggle to keep their hormones in balance during their lives—to prevent PMS, to bring more harmony during perimenopause and beyond, and even during their teenage years to make that period easier to deal with emotionally. But did you know that environmental toxins, hormone-disrupting chemicals and the added stress of modern life have made

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13 Signs Of Hormone Imbalance That Most Women Ignore

13 Signs Of Hormone Imbalance That Most Women Ignore

Hormonal imbalance affects a significant portion of the female population, with up to 80% of women experiencing it at some point in their lives. However, it’s important not to fault women for overlooking the symptoms of hormonal imbalance. These symptoms can be perplexing, even for medical professionals, and often develop gradually. Thus, making it challenging

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The Relationship Between Anxiety And Insomnia

Anxiety and insomnia are often related. Each can be the cause of the other, which can lead to a vicious cycle that may seem impossible to break. A study conducted by Dag Neckelmann, MD, Ph.D., of the Department of Psychiatry at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen, Norway, shows that chronic insomnia increases your odds of

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Health Conditions That Can Benefit From A Gluten-Free Diet

While people who have celiac disease and gluten allergies most often eliminate gluten from their diet, there are other health conditions that can benefit from a gluten-free diet. In fact, you may find that eating gluten-free is the answer for what’s ailing you. One of the greatest benefits of eating a gluten-free diet can be

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Inflammation And Your Immune System

The word inflammation comes from the Latin inflammare, to set on fire. In the context of our immune system, heat, redness, pain and swelling form as a reaction to either injury, or a perceived threat in the body. If you’ve ever hit your thumb with a hammer, you can see how inflammation normally occurs. In

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Weight Loss And Your Immune System

If you are overweight or obese, you are not alone. But what you might not know is just how bad being overweight is for the immune system. The first reason is that the fat we hate on our belly, butt, and thighs is not just ugly flab. Scientists believe that excess fat in the body

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How Stress Affects Your Body And Immune System

Stress is a normal part of modern daily life, but most people are not aware of the negative consequences stress can have on their health—until it is too late. Some people are able to cope with stress better than others, while others take practical steps to reduce their stress each day to diminish the wear

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Gut Health And Weight Loss

Do you have trouble losing extra weight even though you’re exercising regularly and eating healthy foods? Starving yourself to lose weight isn’t good for your body, and a super hard-core exercise program may not be the answer, either. These are both extremes, most people’s needs fall somewhere in between. So let’s take a closer look

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