Home testing has many benefits for you—no trips to your doctor's office, no trips to an anonymous lab collection facility, your privacy is assured and you avoid being seen by your neighbors or friends out in public or at a medical facility, and you have total control on the collection of your samples.
The American Psychological Association (APA)1 and the Advisory Board2 did a study showing that stress levels are on the rise for all generations. Each generation reports their stress levels are higher than they consider healthy, regardless of age. The highest stressed generation starts with our youngest, Gen Z, and then in ascending order of stress are the Millennials, Gen Xers, Boomers and then the Matures.
The world of conventional medicine is finally waking up to what patients have long been asking. In the last four years, there has been a shift towards a more open-minded attitude prescribing "combination therapy" for better thyroid care.
Nature is rewarding us this year—spring came one day earlier than usual. Celebrate nature's invitation to spring ahead this year!
Neurotransmitters are the brain's chemical messengers. They help the brain function correctly, which then allows it to control the many different functions of the body – tissues, glands, organs, and muscles are all affected by neurotransmitters.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s enough time to achieve some big improvements in your heart health. Now is the perfect time to get started on a new, heart-healthy game plan. Think about making one small change each week to lower sodium, get active, quit smoking, and control blood pressure to boost your heart health this month.
The average person who can't lose weight usually wants to know if it has something to do with a sluggish thyroid.
We ask our doctor to run a test, and lo' and behold' the results often come back "normal".
How can this be we ask, especially when weight gain continues to be an issue and/or we suffer from other hypothyroid hallmarks - feeling cold, old, stressed and depressed.