Chronic stress and/or repetitive stress have physical consequences. There have been many studies done over the years that show a connection between a stressful lifestyle and poor health. Stress actually accelerates the aging process and can shorten your life. It hastens the rate of cellular aging. The inflammatory effects of elevated cortisol

Clearly one of the the greatest sporting events of the year is Superbowl Sunday! Did you realize that there is a greater battle also raging within your own body? The offensive team is called catabolic. Your defense is anabolic. Our bodies are bombarded with daily stressors from both external sources and internal sources. This

It is important for men to realize the importance of stress reduction, diet and lifestyle on their hormone levels. Men should find ways to reduce their stress such as meditation, exercise, reading, journaling or enjoying nature.

Before rushing to the anti-depressants, consider that your depression may be caused my a hormonal imbalance and natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help.

Dr. Alicia Stanton, CMO BodyLogicMD Connecticut discusses the effect of the economic recession and financial stress and a man's testosterone levels and overall well-being.

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