Category: Low Libido

Fundamental Guiding Principles of Naturopathic Medicine

Join us for an overview of the principles of naturopathic medicine. Trail Campus, October 25; Thursday 6:30pm – 7:30pm $15.00 + $0.75 GST All proceeds will go to the KBRH Health Foundation Click here to register . Sir John Arthur Thomson Vis Medicatrix Naturae Keynote address – 1914 British Medical Assoc Annual Meeting “What, then, do ...

Lyme Disease is on the rise!

Do you have a health disorder that has not been diagnosed because all the testing to rule out the disease comes back normal? Usually there are a great many differing diagnoses from a lot of physicians. Symptoms of Lyme disease can often be mistake for a variety of other diseases, as it can negatively impact ...

Estrogen, Cancer and Immune Dysfunction

Considerable evidence suggests that estrogen dominance promotes immunological overactivity/imbalance.  This overabundance of estrogen may cause autoimmune diseases i.e., over activity of normal immune function.  This imbalance is related to certain diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).  Androgens (testosterone, DHEA) and progesterone are natural immune suppressors which have a balancing effect on ...

Safe and Effective Hormone Balancing

Do you have these symptoms? Hot flashes Night sweats Insomnia Memory loss Mood swings (depression) Low sex drive Fatigue Irregular periods Breast tenderness Increased skin wrinkling Weight gain Anxiety The solution is here! Salivary hormone testing Bioidentical hormone and nutritional supplements What are the advantages of saliva test? Measures active hormone levels Easy and convenient ...

Vaginal Dryness with Menopause

The cause of hot flashes may be elusive, but vaginal dryness is a direct consequence of decreased estrogen. When estrogen levels drop, it takes a few years for the effects to be noticed, but eventually the drop in estrogen leads to dryness and thinning of the cells in the vagina and genital area. Low levels ...

Menopause and Your Skin

Many women complain of a significant loss of skin elasticity with the onset of menopause. Estrogen is known to keep skin looking younger and more elastic. For some women, this alone is sufficient reason to take estrogens. It is important to remember that estrogens must always be balanced with progesterone and to be used in ...

Concentration and Memory Problems During Menopause

Another symptom relating to the change of menstrual status with age is poor concentration and foggy thinking. Estrogen is needed for the transport of glucose into the brain, which means that too little estrogen leads to energy starved brain cells and foggy thinking. Supplementing with too much progesterone can also contribute to foggy thinking. Too ...