The Effects of Thyroid Hormone Imbalance

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 4/20/2018 to Thyroid
The Effects of Thyroid Hormone Imbalance
The thyroid is the largest gland in the endocrine system, the system responsible for generating the hormones that regulate all your body’s functions. Most people have heard of the thyroid at least in passing, and assume it has something to do with the body’s regulation of weight and metabolism. That’s true, but the thyroid is more complex than that. This butterfly-shaped gland produces hormones that affect your body’s energy usage, which translates not only into metabolism, but also into mood, energy levels, and even your immune system.

A thyroid imbalance occurs when your thyroid releases either too little or too much of the hormones it produces for the body — Triiodothyronine (T3), Thyroxine (T4), and Calcitonin. An underactive thyroid results in hypothyroidism, while the term for an overactive thyroid is hyperthyroidism. As you can imagine, these imbalances each cause problems on the opposite end of a scale: too little energy or too much; an overly-fast metabolism or a very slow one, and so on. Here’s a breakdown of the issues caused by thyroid imbalance and how to help your body address them.

Is Your DNA and RNA Imbalanced?

Posted by Justin T on 4/16/2018 to Hormones
Is Your DNA and RNA Imbalanced?
RNA (ribonucleic acid) and DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) are chemical compounds that are made by the human body. Each of the nucleic acids are fundamental for several important functions of our bodies, but to simplify how each works, think of DNA as the instructions or guidelines for specific tasks that our body completes, and RNA as the component that helps to carry out and complete those instructions or guidelines. DNA is self-replicating, which means it can reproduce itself, and RNA is created from DNA as needed. Each compound is vital in how your body looks, acts, grows, develops and more. Studies show that as people age, their bodies can begin to lose levels of DNA and RNA.

The Key Roles of DNA and RNA and What They Mean

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 4/6/2018 to Energy Levels
The Key Roles of DNA and RNA and What They Mean

Most people are familiar with the idea of DNA as a “blueprint” to an organism and its unique traits. Our DNA defines an endless list of things: it makes us human, it contains information about our hair color, eye color, skin tone, allergies, and more. But while DNA does contain all the information about our physical structure, it’s much more than simply a blueprint — DNA, along with RNA, are nucleic acids that serve many important functions in the body besides our genetic background.

DNA contains information used by our bodies’ cells in the construction of new proteins, which are needed for cellular growth and reproduction. RNA serves to carry this information to the cells, enabling them to reproduce and repair themselves.

Since DNA and RNA are so important to protein construction and transport, they’re at the root of our bodies’ capability to function. The proper structure and function of our cells relies on DNA and RNA, and without healthy cells, our bodily systems will suffer across the board.

Unfortunately, as we age, our body produces fewer of the hormones required for generating nucleic acids, leading to an imbalance in our DNA and RNA. This imbalance can have several effects. Learn more now!

What is DHEA?

Posted by Justin T. on 3/26/2018 to Supplements & Boosters
What is DHEA?
DHEA is a naturally made hormone produced by the human body. DHEA is produced by the adrenal glands and is responsible for helping to produce other important hormones such as testosterone, estrogen, progestogen, and corticosteroids. Like many other hormones, as the human body ages, some people notice that DHEA levels begin to fall — studies show that by ages of 65 to 70, the human body typically makes only 10 - 20% of the DHEA that is made from the ages of 20 - 25.   

Natural Treatment for Low Libido

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 3/23/2018 to Supplements & Boosters
Natural Treatment for Low Libido

Libido is a multifaceted instinctive energy that contributes to sexual drive. It's also connected to motivation and ambition. The relationship between libido and other drives is very complex and affected by both biological and emotional factors, but what libido means to most adults is simple: it's the urge to get in the bedroom.

Libido in both men and women is governed by androgen hormones, primarily testosterone, but that's not all there is to it. It's also strongly affected by environmental and other biological factors, like your mood and the effects of aging. Low libido can cause several problems, not just the absence of sexual enjoyment, but also the depression and potential relationship problems that can follow it. In some ways, low libido can be a repeating cycle...

Learn how to treat it naturally with ProBLEN boosters.

Testosterone Imbalances: Signs and Symptoms

Posted by Justin T. on 3/15/2018 to Men
Testosterone Imbalances: Signs and Symptoms

The testosterone hormone is the predominant sex hormone produced by men and is responsible for development and levels of male sexual characteristics. Though it can be produced by women, it’s usually in much smaller levels. For men, however, it is the principle hormone that helps increase sex drive and sperm count, it also improves muscle mass, and affects the physical appearance. The importance of testosterone should not be overlooked, as it also helps regulate a large number of important processes in both the male and female body.

What Can HGH Plus IGF-1 & IGF-2 Do For You?

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 3/9/2018 to HGH
What Can HGH Plus IGF-1 & IGF-2 Do For You?

If you're suffering from low energy, poor memory, low moods, interrupted sleep, or any of several other symptoms, boosting your body's HGH (Human Growth Hormone) production may help. We created our HGH Hormone Booster to help people like you regain control of their bodies and feel better than they have in years. But we've also developed another HGH formula, HGH Plus IGF-1 & IGF-2. So what are these other ingredients and which booster should you choose?

Natural Relief from Erectile Dysfunction

Posted by ProBlen.com on 3/6/2018 to Supplements & Boosters
Natural Relief from Erectile Dysfunction

It's the thing every man fears. Every time it happens, you wonder if it's going to happen every time from now on. Some men are haunted by the idea. And for many, it becomes an unfortunate fact of life that just won't go away. We're talking about ED: erectile dysfunction.

Some men are going to feel a little creeped out just reading those words as if just thinking about it can make it happen. Well, it can't, but stressing over it won't help you at all — in fact, stress is definitely one of the causes. There are many other potential causes for ED, both mental and biological. It is possible sometimes for ED to be an indicator of a more serious or even life-threatening condition, such as prostate cancer. But don't despair — in many cases, it's simply a result of other factors you can control at home.

Live your best life, now!

Posted by Josh Tarin on 2/28/2018 to Thyroid
Live your best life, now!

According to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of people regularly experience physical symptoms caused by stress including anxiety, depression, and harmful bodily imbalances. But what if you could eliminate this stress? What type of life would you have? Find out what may be the cause of this stress, and how you can live your best life NOW!

Metals: How They Affect Our Bodies Everyday

Posted by Justin T. on 2/24/2018 to Supplements & Boosters
Metals: How They Affect Our Bodies Everyday
In today’s age, we’re all aware of the damaging effects of too much sugar, salt, alcohol, and other substances. It’s clear they all may negatively have an impact on our moods and general health, but even some of the most health-conscious people are unaware of high levels of toxicity from metals.

The Benefits of Deer Antler Velvet

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 2/21/2018 to HGH
The Benefits of Deer Antler Velvet

It's often said that when you're looking for something to give your body a boost, there's nothing better than a natural supplement. It's completely true that Nature can be a treasure trove of healthful additions to our lives, and we can find many different ways to help our bodies, whether you want to fill gaps in your nutrition, speed up your healing processes, recover from exercise faster, or meet other health and fitness goals.

Adrenals, DHEA, and the Effects of Stress

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 2/5/2018 to HGH
Adrenals, DHEA, and the Effects of Stress

The human body's response to stress takes many forms, all of which have the evolutionary purpose of ensuring our survival. Stress causes us to put on weight to help protect us from starvation. An elevated heart rate brings more oxygen to the body's tissues in case we should need to run from danger. The famous "fight or flight" response prepares us to defend ourselves or to dash away at top speed. And there's actually a third option along with fight or flight: freeze. The freeze response is meant to help us hide effectively.

Magnesium – The Chill Out Mineral

Posted by Ana Jones on 2/2/2018 to Nutritional
Magnesium – The Chill Out Mineral
The consumption of Magnesium for our body’s optimal function is extremely important. This mineral does not get enough credit for everything it does to support our body even though it participates in over 350 bodily functions. 

What is Andropause and How Can You Ease the Symptoms?

Posted by Christianna Cannon on 1/25/2018 to Men
What is Andropause and How Can You Ease the Symptoms?
Every adult has heard of menopause, the stage in a woman's life when her body has moved past reproductive age. But did you know men can go through their own version of menopause? It’s commonly referred to as male menopause or andropause. The good news is that it's not inevitable, and doesn't result in a shutdown of the reproductive system. The bad news is that it can cause health problems and unpleasant symptoms that affect the quality of life.

Understanding Homeopathy

Posted by ProBLEN.com on 1/8/2018 to Nutritional
Understanding Homeopathy

 

Ever since its development in the early 19th century, homeopathic medicine has produced results for millions of people throughout the world. Homeopathy works on the principle that the body is its own best healer, and homeopathic medicines are formulated to stimulate the body's own immune system and vital energies. In this way, treatment is performed by the body itself, and not by the sometimes intrusive or even outright harmful method of prescription drugs. In addition, homeopathy has the advantage of treating the actual condition rather than merely the symptoms.