When it comes to the body, many people often try to make sure that their body is healthy and strong by eating the right food, exercising regularly, and even getting a routine check-up from their primary healthcare providers. Even though people can achieve this, sometimes harmful pathogens like autoimmune diseases, metabolic syndrome, and chronic illnesses can affect the body.
Metabolic Syndrome affects many people. In fact, more than a quarter of the United States has it!
Surprisingly though, the hormone estrogen can play a role in the development of osteoarthritis and when a woman is under the menopausal phase. They can experience a decline in their estrogen levels, and osteoporosis will begin to wreak the bones and joints, causing chronic inflammation.
With perimenopause, it is the beginning of the menopausal transition as the female body starts to change. From hot flashes to irregular sleep patterns, perimenopause is a natural way to let the body know that change is coming.
For the blood-brain barrier, since it is an endocrine tissue, it can divide the hormone receptors.
Since testosterone levels in males are vastly different, older men tend to have lower levels than younger men, and testosterone levels can gradually decline throughout adult life.
By exploring the science and psychology of the mind-body disconnect, researchers can see how a person’s hormones can affect their perception of the world.
When it is damaged, a variety of conditions can affect the hippocampus’s ability to do its job for the brain, thus making the individual suffer from retaining information.
Even though glycine has a crucial role in the human body, the amino acid has received little to no attention until recently.
Microbes have multicellular hosts and can have many effects on the host’s health and well-being. One of the most important but understudied mechanisms that microbes have is that they can involve hormones.
EDC can cause significant risks to humans by targeting different organs and systems in the body. The interactions and the mechanisms of toxicity created by EDC and environmental factors can be concerning a person’s general health problems.
The liver is the one that takes these toxins and transformed them into suitable compounds to excrete out of the body as biotransformation.
When there is a high level of prostaglandins in the body due to the natural healing process from injuries and inflammation, it can contribute to several diseases from the unwanted inflammation.
Trouble concentrating, mood swings, headaches, and fatigue could be a common occurrence in one’s day to day life. These symptoms are commonly brushed off as lack of sleep but did you know these symptoms are also side effects of hormone imbalance?