For 2017, Tammy is determined that she WILL lose weight and keep it off. But she still isn’t sure how to do it. It seems like dieting and exercising on her own is not enough. Have you been in Tammy’s shoes? Maybe you feel that way right now as you are formulating your personal goals for 2017. Dr. Scott can help.
Weight loss and weight management can be a real struggle this season. What can you do to be intentional during this season of sweets?
You made it! You’ve made it through the summer with the kids at home and lived to tell about it! But now the summer is behind you. As you send your kids off to a new school year, you get a new start, too. It’s time to take quality care of yourself! Take advantage of this season of the calendar year and intentionally make a plan so that you can be the best you.
As the summer stretches on, it becomes more and more tempting to let the kids and you lay around the house in front of a screen all day long. But you can beat the summer blues by getting outside while at the same time enhancing your health.
The summer sun is in full swing! Whether you are spending your days harvesting your garden, relaxing at the beach, walking for exercise, or finally having that yard sale, you are no stranger to sweating in the sweltering heat. Hydration is top priority in these summer months.
The quest for a “fountain of youth” spans thousands of years. While the introduction of Botox as a cosmetic therapy may not go back quite as far, its medical uses are well documented.
very human body produces hormones. Some hormone production increases from birth to the young adult stage. Then the body slowly reduces the amount of hormones that are produced.
Decreased libido, less energy in general and unhappy side effects result from your body producing less. I’m a member of The North American Menopause Society and they have a great article bioidentical hormones Charlotte Changes in Hormone Levels, which discusses how menopause affects women in particular.