Lack of sleep is one of the more common problems experienced by many adults. Adequate sleep is such a rare commodity. How often do you find yourself struggling to fall asleep, stay asleep, or just plain missing a good night’s restful sleep? Many important processes take place as we sleep. Regeneration and
Are you aware that your thyroid gland may be under attack? A very common medical condition known as Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is an autoimmune condition where your own antibodies begin to attack your thyroid gland. If left untreated, eventually the thyroid gland will become dysfunctional. How does one feel with a dysfunctional or
As I fly across the country tonight at 30,000 feet, I would like to share with you a few basic preventative health measures that one can utilize to optimize your health in this environment. At BodyLogicMD of Las Vegas, I work with many exposed to these challenges including pilots, flight attendants, and
Many of us have that insatiable sweet tooth that for many can be our downfall into the pits of ill health. This month is National Diabetes Month. Diabetes is now the 7th leading cause of death in the United States. There has been a rapid acceleration of diabetes and diabetic related health
How many of you just feel plain exhausted or running on empty? Life demands never seem to give you a break and day after day keep challenging you. How do you meet those demands….high test caffeine, sugar, quick gimmicky concoctions that promise you energy for so many hours. How well is that
Putting on the pounds is a very common, frustrating problem voiced by many of the baby boomers who seek help for this issue at BodyLogic MD Las Vegas. Looking in the mirror and seeing that middle girth grow, formation of love handles, enlarged buttocks, and thighs is a daily persistent challenge. Working
What are some of the most common symptoms of hormonal imbalance?
According an article recently published by Emax Health, studies conducted by researchers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington School of Medicine suggests that men who experience male pattern baldness by age 30 have a significantly lower risk of developing prostate cancer.