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Vitamin D Deficiency and Women’s Health: What You Need to Know
Vitamin D, also known as the "sunshine vitamin," is an essential nutrient that plays a crucial role in maintaining overall health. However, a large number of women suffer from vitamin D deficiency, which can lead to various health problems. In this blog, we will discuss the causes, symptoms, and...
Is Botox Safe?
Botox is a popular cosmetic treatment that is used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. However, despite its widespread use, some people may still have concerns about the safety of Botox. In this blog post, we will discuss the safety of Botox and provide scientific evidence to...
High-Intensity Exercise: Can It Reduce Your Cancer Risk?
It’s no secret that exercise has countless benefits for your health and overall well-being, but did you know that a reduced risk of cancer might be one of them? Recent research suggests that high- and even moderate-intensity exercise may reduce your cancer risk by up to 72%. Although it has long...
Support Men’s Heart and Brain Health with Omega 3+CoQ10
Heart disease and cognitive decline are among the leading men’s health concerns, and for good reason. According to the CDC, heart disease is a leading cause of death for men, and research has shown that men experience a higher rate of cognitive decline in aging as compared to women.
Don’t Sweat It: Treating Hyperhidrosis with Botulinim Toxin
Hyperhidrosis, or overactivity of the sweat glands, is a relatively common condition that results in excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis can have a number of causes: Heart disease, Overactive thyroid, Menopause
Glucose control disorders and Anxiety conditions.
The Science of Hair Loss: What You Need to Know ?
Hair loss is a common complaint that is a manifestation of a wide variety of disorders. Classic male pattern hair loss or patchy hair loss due to alopecia areata can be challenging. What you need to know?
PRP vs. PRF: What’s the Difference?
Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is often used in medical aesthetics procedures due to its natural growth factors and regenerative ability. PRP treatments use your body’s own blood to make an injectable that’s used in a variety of treatments. What’s the Difference?
Take A Stand For Your Health: The Trouble With Sitting Too Much & What To Do About It
The latest research warns us about the dangers of excessive sitting and its harmful effects. Some of the benefits of getting out of the chair and walking include (The Trouble With Sitting Too Much) : Increased cardiovascular and pulmonary (heart and lung) fitness. Reduced risk of heart disease...
Micro Needles, Big Results: Learn How Microneedling Can Transform Your Skin
In general, microneedling is considered an excellent treatment for general skin rejuvenation. When coupled with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) it can have synergistic effects. PRP is an autologous serum containing high concentrations of platelets and growth factors.
Skin “A-Peel”: Discover What Chemical Peels Can Do For You
Chemical Peels work by exfoliating the skin surface to (1) reduce the appearance of blemishes, (2) smooth the skin surface and/or (3) improve radiance and restore the skin’s overall health. There are three types of chemical peels.
Liquid Gold: Discover Platelet-Rich Plasma, And Its Incredible Anti-Aging Benefits
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections have been used by doctors in recent years to help the body heal itself. PRP injections harness the body’s ability to heal and takes advantage of natural growth factors.
Cell Turnover: Why It Matters & How You Can Maximize It!
Cell turnover is one of the most important skin functions that contributes to a smoother, clearer and more youthful skin appearance. As we age our cell renewal factor or cell turnover rate slows. Cell turnover is the process in which skin cells travel from the lower or deeper layers to the outermost or superficial layers.
Get Your Skincare Cold-Weather Ready!
With winter in full effect it is important to take steps to ensure that you skin is healthy and well hydrated. Dry skin happens when humidity levels drop. When the air outside is cold and dry the water in your skin evaporates more quickly. Low humidity makes your skin feel dry and tight as well as look more flaky.
Boost Immunity & Fight Aging With The Right Foods
Think of your food as your fuel and strive for balance. Limit empty calories and foods that cause dangerous insulin spikes and leave you feeling fatigued. Choose The Right Foods to fuel your day and also help prevent illness as you will be better off for it!
The 411 on EMSCULPT
EMSCULPT is based on high-intensity focused Electro-magnetic (HIFEM) field technology which has the ability to induce supramaximal muscle contractions. The rapidly changing magnetic field induces electric currents in the tissue where it depolarizes neural membranes and governs motor units in the target muscles, causing concentric contractions.
Magnetic Energy To Stay In Shape? Drew Barrymore Credits Game-Changing Procedure
Drew Barrymore is the latest star to reveal her secret to looking fabulous — and it happens to be, well, magnetic. The 44-year old actress admits she struggled to "look fit" post-pregnancy despite her best efforts in the gym — including dance cardio classes and Pilates. "After having my daughters...
The Skinny On Snacking
Snacking is often a part of our day and eating on the run is almost an essential part of the American diet. Making smart choices with your snacks is vital to good health. It can be a challenge as many foods that are seemingly healthy and nutritious just aren’t.
All About Neuromodulators
Neuromodulators, of which Botox is perhaps the best well known, are valued for their ability to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. There are multiple medical indications some of which are neck spasms (cervical dystonia), excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) or an overactive bladder.