🔑 Key Takeaways
- Dr. Gillette's balanced approach to hormone health and use of multiple tools and preventative medicine can benefit both males and females, shared for free on public platforms for greater accessibility and understanding.
- Communicate with your doctor about concerns related to energy, focus, and athletic performance. Men and women have different challenges in accessing hormonal data, but lifestyle interventions such as diet, exercise, and stress optimization can help. Resistance training and caloric restriction can also improve hormone health. Start early and maintain interventions over time.
- Prioritize stress management, sleep, sunlight exposure, personalized nutrition, regular blood testing, and exercise (zone 2 cardio and resistance) for improved health. Don't forget to consider spiritual health as a crucial component for overall well-being.
- Caloric restriction can benefit obese individuals but decrease testosterone levels in healthy individuals. Intermittent fasting may improve growth hormone and IGF-1 levels, but mental clarity and pleasure in eating are factors to consider. Understanding the difference between weight loss and overall health benefits is crucial. Exercise is another way to improve overall health.
- Hormone optimization can improve sleep quality by addressing growth hormone deficiency and utilizing progesterone and its derivatives as GABA agonists. Caution should be taken in considering the source of exogenous IGF-1.
- Low testosterone levels can negatively impact sleep in men, while testosterone replacement therapy can increase the risk of sleep apnea. It is also important to monitor testosterone levels in women to prevent certain health conditions.
- Testosterone production varies among individuals and can be genetically determined. DHT, a powerful androgen hormone, affects hair loss and is mediated by the androgen receptor. Gene transcription of the receptor affects the severity of male pattern baldness, and androgen insensitive insensitivity syndrome is caused by the gene from the mother being completely insensitive to androgens.
- Balancing DHT levels is crucial for cardiovascular health and preventing male pattern baldness. Dietary changes and supplementation can help, but it's important to monitor levels and consult a doctor for personalized recommendations.
- Consult with your doctor before taking supplements or medications that inhibit ISO enzymes or progesterones. Be aware of potential side effects, but know that most effects are reversible. Be cautious when taking creatine as it may vary from person to person and potentially lead to hair loss.
- While alpha reductase inhibitors may cause initial hair loss, they promote healthier follicles. For long-term hair maintenance, consider options like Dutasteride and Mesotherapy, but be aware of potential side effects. Additionally, early detection and treatment of PCOS can improve its management.
- Managing body composition, using supplements and medications, and addressing hormonal imbalances can alleviate symptoms and improve overall health in women with PCOS. Hormonal contraceptives can also affect perception of attractiveness.
- Oral contraceptives can alter hormones and reduce libido, but do not permanently damage fertility. Substance use, such as marijuana, alcohol, and barbiturates, can also have negative effects on testosterone levels.
- Marijuana, alcohol, and certain sleep supplements can decrease testosterone levels. It is important to talk with a doctor before considering testosterone replacement therapy as increasing testosterone without medical supervision can be harmful.
- A healthy prostate involves avoiding things that harm it, such as infections and chronic constipation, while consuming a diet high in prebiotic fiber and probiotics. Regular checkups, decreasing inflammation and congestion, and monitoring PSA levels can reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer.
- Keeping low levels of CRP, exercising pelvic floor muscles, taking Todalofil and Flomax medications, consuming enough insoluble fiber, and avoiding high estrogen levels are effective ways to prevent mutations, infections, and abnormal cell growth in the prostate.
- Low dose Tadalafil can benefit prostate health and potentially prevent hair loss, but may have negative effects on blood pressure. Testosterone replacement therapy should aim for a steady state to avoid overactivity of the androgen receptor gene and thick blood side effects.
- Injections or lymph-absorbed capsules are better than topical applications for low SHBG. Longer Ester is needed for injectables. Aromatase inhibitors aren't recommended. Use lifestyle interventions, supplements, and regular monitoring for healthy estrogen levels.
- Testosterone replacement therapy should be personalized based on an individual's androgen receptor sensitivity, lifestyle factors, and preferences. Caution should be taken when using supplements and altering diet. Balanced testosterone to estrogen ratio is crucial for quality of life.
- Getting healthy trans fats and omega-3 from ruminants or their food products can help balance testosterone to estrogen ratio. Vegans should consider supplementation or consuming plant-based diets rich in polyphenols to activate beta estrogen receptor.
- Tonga Ali can reduce hyperestrogenism and increase testosterone, while Dojokarate is a potential testosterone booster that needs further research for safety. Use Tonga Ali as post-cycle therapy, cycle off for safety purposes, and consider Indonesian sources for effectiveness.
- Supplements like Naltrexone, Tonga Ali, and boron may help regulate LH and testosterone levels in recovery, but consult with a physician and do blood work before taking. Cycling and recommended dosages are important, and those with high LH may not benefit from further increase.
- HCG can improve fertility and hormone function but may also have estrogenic effects and risks for women. Careful consideration and monitoring is necessary when using HCG for fertility or hormone therapy.
- The delicate balance between dopamine and prolactin is crucial to avoid a hyperdopaminergic state and overflow of dopamine, which can cause severe side effects. Proper diagnosis of pituitary tumors is essential to manage hormonal imbalances caused by the tumors.
- Improving low motivation and energy can be accomplished through steps such as eliminating prolactin-increasing factors and taking supplements like dopamine agonists, vitamin B6, and L-carnitine, while also prioritizing lifestyle factors such as exercise and sleep.
- L-Carnitine can be taken in capsule or injectable form, but a high dose is needed for fertility benefits. Garlic or Alison can mitigate potential side effects and regular blood tests can provide important health information.
- Building and maintaining positive relationships requires a balance of time apart and time together, planning for good times, avoiding hyperprolactin phases. Hormonal crosstalk and dopamine fluctuations play important roles. Optimization of hormones is critical for both relationship success and individual well-being.
- Hormones like dopamine, prolactin, and oxytocin play important roles in shaping perception and behavior in relationships. Being aware of these changes can make it easier to navigate through the different stages and maintain the spark in relationships.
- Peptides are not equal in safety, and professional guidance is necessary. Avoid hot tubs and heated water if you have infertility or low sperm count, and consider cold showers and ice baths for women to increase beta adrenergic receptor activity. Be cautious to avoid frostbite in the future.
- Peptide therapy can offer benefits such as promoting lean body mass and healing injuries, but it's important to consult a doctor before use and be aware of potential risks such as increased cancer risk.
- Peptides like BPC 1, 5, 7 and copper peptide GFK have healing properties, but must be obtained from a reputable source. Malana tan has FDA-approved uses, but recreational use can cause harm. Consult with a physician and ask about individualized treatment. Sometimes, less is more.
- Peptide PT 1 41 can aid in boosting libido for women with hypoactive sexual disorder but long-term use may increase alpha melanocyte stimulating hormone levels. Optimizing hormone health requires a holistic approach involving diet, exercise, stress management, rest, sunlight exposure, and spirituality.
- A person's spiritual journey is personal and should not be pressured. Being open to diverse beliefs and practices can foster positive physician-patient relationships and stimulate critical thinking. Neuroscience is exploring the basis of spiritual experiences in the brain.
📝 Podcast Summary
Hormone Health Expert's Approach to Total Wellness
Dr. Kyle Gillette is an expert in hormone health, with a broad and in-depth knowledge on the topic. He provides full-spectrum medicine, with a balanced approach to total health across the lifespan. Dr. Gillette is a clear communicator with a deep love of understanding biology and medicine in ways that can benefit people. He uses various tools such as behavioral, nutritional, exercise-based, hormone replacement therapy and other supplementation to manage hormone health. His approach is very receptive to both male and female issues. Dr. Gillette's providing a wealth of knowledge on all things, hormones, and hormone-related health on zero cost to consumer platforms, making knowledge more approachable. A preventative approach towards medicine is a crucial component of overall health, and its significance is becoming evident in recent times.
Importance of Understanding Your Hormone Health and Lifestyle Interventions.
Understanding your hormone health is important and can be approached by asking pertinent questions about your symptoms and family history. It is important to communicate with your doctor about concerns related to energy, focus, and athletic performance, even if you don't have a pathology. Men and women have different challenges related to accessing hormonal data. The six pillars of lifestyle interventions, including diet, exercise, stress optimization, sleep, environmental exposures, and supplements, are crucial for hormone health. Resistance training and caloric restriction can be particularly helpful for hormone health. Starting these interventions early and maintaining them over time is key to optimizing hormone health.
Achieving Optimal Health as a Household Unit with Focus on Six Key Areas
To achieve optimal health, it's important to work on it together as a household unit with a focus on six important areas including stress, sleep optimization, sunlight, spirit, diet, and exercise. Diet should be individualized based on genetics and biofeedback, and regular blood testing every three to six months is recommended. Exercise should include a minimum of 150 to 180 minutes of zone two cardio per week and resistance exercise for cardiovascular health, brain health, and musculoskeletal health. Spiritual health is also an important aspect to consider in achieving overall well-being, and should not be overlooked.
Caloric restriction, intermittent fasting, and overall health
Caloric restriction can help obese and metabolic syndrome patients to improve their testosterone levels and overall health, but it can decrease testosterone levels in healthy individuals. Intermittent fasting can help improve growth hormone and IGF-1 levels but may not be necessary for weight loss. The mental clarity and increased pleasure in eating during the eating window is a factor that makes people try intermittent fasting. It is crucial to understand the difference between weight loss and overall health benefits when it comes to caloric restriction and exercise. Additionally, caloric restriction is not the only way to achieve intermittent fasting, and there are other methods to improve overall health like exercise.
Hormone Optimization and Its Impact on Sleep Quality
Hormone optimization can positively affect sleep. Growth hormone deficiency can impact sleep, while progesterone and its derivatives can function as a GABA agonist to improve sleep quality. IGF-1 has a longer duration of action compared to growth hormone and has a local action that improves body composition after exercise. While there is little evidence to suggest that increasing growth hormone levels from intermittent fasting or saunas can lead to cancer, it is important to consider the source of IGF-1, as exogenous IGF-1 does not necessarily improve body composition. Ultimately, sleep is crucial to mental and physical health, and hormone optimization can play a role in improving sleep quality.
The Impact of Testosterone on Sleep and Health
Low testosterone can lead to poor sleep in men. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can increase the risk of sleep apnea, leading to poor sleep even in people with normal testosterone levels. Testosterone merely exacerbates existing features of people and does not change them as a person. Women have testosterone too, and it mostly comes from the Thika cells in the ovaries. Women have almost all significantly more testosterone than estrogen, and significantly more DHA than either. Knowing a woman's testosterone is important for pathology prevention, such as breast cancer and osteoporosis, but estrogen and progesterone levels are more important to know.
Understanding Natural Testosterone Production, DHT and Gene Transcription of Androgen Receptor
Natural testosterone production varies greatly among individuals and can be genetically gifted, leading to controversies in sports competitions. DHT is a powerful androgen hormone in both men and women, and its effects are mediated by the androgen receptor. Male pattern baldness is related to gene transcription of the androgen receptor, and people with fewer CAG repeats have less severe hair loss. Elevated levels of DHT may not be causing more hair loss than 50 years ago, as people in the past were more sensitive to androgens. Androgen insensitive insensitivity syndrome (AIS) is related to men with the AR gene from their mother being completely insensitive to androgens.
Understanding DHT for Heart Health and Hair Loss
DHT is important for cardiovascular health, including heart muscle growth and remodeling. While some level of DHT is necessary for optimal health, excess DHT can contribute to male pattern baldness and other health issues. Dietary changes and supplementation, such as turmeric and black pepper extracts, can inhibit the conversion of testosterone to DHT and therefore reduce DHT levels. However, individuals should avoid these supplements if their DHT levels are already low. Creatine, on the other hand, can increase the conversion of testosterone to DHT and may be beneficial for those with low DHT levels. DHT is also involved in libido, motivation, and drive. It's important to monitor DHT levels and consult a doctor for recommendations on how to optimize DHT levels for overall health.
Approaching Supplements and Medications with Caution
When experimenting with supplements or medication, it's important to approach it with caution and talk to your doctor. The effects of inhibiting five alpha reductase, which supplements like saw Palmetto and Finasteride do, can vary and have different impacts depending on the ISO enzymes they inhibit. Inhibiting certain progesterones can also cause side effects. However, most effects of these supplements and medications are reversible. Creatine monohydrate can potentially increase DHT, which can lead to hair loss, but it varies from person to person. If you notice more hair falling out while taking creatine, you can stop and the hair will grow back if the stem cell niches in the hair follicle are still there.
Options for Maintaining or Growing Hair and Addressing Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Five alpha reductase inhibitors may cause a large amount of hair fall at first, but this sheds unhealthy cells and promotes growth of new and healthier follicles. Maintaining or growing hair can be done through options like Dutasteride and Mesotherapy, but it is important to consider the potential side effects of blocking DHT in the periphery, especially for women who can be sensitive to DHT. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is an underdiagnosed condition that causes infertility or subfertility, usually diagnosed in the thirties, and can be identified through the Rotterdam criteria. Early detection and treatment can help women with PCOS manage their symptoms.
Diagnosing and Treating PCOS: Beyond Polycystic Ovaries
PCOS can be diagnosed without having polycystic ovaries, if there are symptoms of androgen excess, insulin resistance, oligomenorrhea, or infertility. Optimizing body composition, treating metabolic syndrome, and taking supplements like myo-inositol or ASTA tall can help with insulin sensitization and androgen inhibition. Women on oral contraceptives experience a shift in their perception of men's attractiveness due to blunting of hormone output. Men also perceive women on oral contraceptives differently. To reduce androgen receptor activity, women can take DeCarlo or Diane dull methane, along with considering anti-androgen medications like spironolactone.
Effects of Oral Contraceptives and Substance Use on Libido and Fertility
Oral contraceptives alter the peaks and troughs in libido and attractiveness, and reduce the associated increase in libido that normally occurs from the increase in androgen. Synthetic progestins have various pros and cons, and some can cause weak anti-androgen effects. Oral contraception may disrupt fertility past 6 to 12 months, but persistent elevated SHBG can be present for quite some time. However, it does not quicken the transition to infertility or cause permanent damage. Marijuana can decrease testosterone, while high alcohol and barbiturate intake can reduce testosterone.
The Effects of Marijuana, Alcohol, and Sleep Supplements on Testosterone
Smoked marijuana may reduce testosterone or increase the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. Alcohol and potent GABA agonists like barbiturates, benzodiazepines, or non-benzo also decrease testosterone. The American heart association recommends moderate alcohol intake of one to two drinks a day for men and zero to one for women. Daily intake of sleep supplements containing GABA, Trazadone, or melatonin should be avoided. Magnesium and L-theanine can be exceptions. Testosterone levels are dropping, and people are considering taking testosterone, although it was previously considered steroid use. However, it's crucial to remember that increasing testosterone without a doctor's prescription can have dangerous side effects.
Maintaining Prostate Health and Decreasing Prostate Cancer Risk
Testosterone supplementation won't cause prostate cancer but it will grow an existing cancer. Prostate cancer is normal with aging, and it's only a matter of time until you develop it. Maintaining prostate health involves looking for things that can hurt it, such as infections, chronic constipation, and colitis, and preventing those with a diet rich in prebiotic fiber and probiotics to ensure regular bowel movements. Following PSA levels, having prostate MRIs, and decreasing inflammation and congestion of the prostate can decrease the chances of developing prostate cancer. Young males with higher testosterone levels don't have a higher risk of prostate cancer, but older males with cumulative damage and prostate cancer are normal with aging.
Maintaining Prostate Health through Prevention and Management Techniques
Maintaining low levels of CRP can help prevent mutations and atypical cell turnover in the prostate. Strengthening the pelvic floor is important for both men and women and can be aided by exercises and pelvic floor physical therapists. Taking low doses of Todalofil, such as Cialis, can help decrease congestion in the prostate and improve urinary system health. Flomax is another medication that can be used to improve urinary system health. Eating enough insoluble or non dietary fiber can prevent diverticulitis, colitis, and prostate infections. Avoiding high estrogen levels can also prevent atypical cells in the prostate.
Low dose Tadalafil and Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Prostate Health and Hair Loss
Low dose Tadalafil can be used to maintain or enhance prostate health, but it may carry negative effects such as lowering blood pressure. It can also potentially help prevent hair loss by increasing blood flow. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is recommended only for hypogonadal patients whose benefits outweigh the side effects. TRT should aim for a steady state to avoid the overactivity of the androgen receptor gene and the side effects of thick blood. Different types of esters or topical testosterone can be used to get around these side effects. Steady-state TRT is not exactly the same as producing pulsatile testosterone release endogenously from our body.
Methods for Regulating Testosterone Levels and Controlling Estrogen
When it comes to regulating serum testosterone levels, injections are preferred over topical applications for people with low SHBG. Capsules that are absorbed through the lymph are also an option. A lower SHBG means a longer Ester is required for injectables. Aromatase inhibitors aren't recommended for most people as lifestyle interventions can often help with estrogen control. Supplements like calcium D glucarate and cruciferous vegetables can also assist with estrogen control. It's important to monitor estrogen levels regularly to ensure they're at a healthy level.
An Individualized Approach is Key to Optimizing TRT
When it comes to TRT, an individualized approach is crucial as everyone's androgen receptor sensitivity is different. Quality of life can be subjective and people are willing to give up different things. Supplements and practices can increase testosterone levels, but it's important to be cautious and only alter one thing at a time. Lifestyle factors like alcohol and high-fat meals can upregulate aromatase and increase estrogen levels, so it's important to be mindful. The ratio of testosterone to estrogen is a key factor in how one feels, and a true individualized approach is necessary to find the right dosage of TRT. Ingesting some amount of saturated fat may be useful as cholesterol serves as a precursor to testosterone and estrogen molecules.
The Importance of Healthy Trans Fats and Omega-3 for Hormone Balance
It's important to get healthy trans fats from ruminants or their food products, as well as proper amounts of omega-3 to maintain a healthy testosterone to estrogen ratio. Vegans may be at risk for not getting enough of these healthy fats and may need to supplement with other sources. Tongkat Ali, also known as long jack, has multiple mechanisms of action and can potentially reduce sex hormone binding globulin and free up testosterone, although its effects are not consistent. It's important to note that healthy trans fats are not necessary and can be found naturally occurring in ruminant cheese, milk, and butter. Plant-based diets rich in polyphenols may also activate the beta estrogen receptor.
The Benefits and Cycle of Tonga Ali and Dojokarate Supplements
Tonga Ali can help reduce hyperestrogenism in women and increase testosterone in both men and women. A dosage of 400 milligrams taken once a day is effective and sources from Indonesian Tonga Bali is ideal. It can also be used for post-cycle therapy and to lower persistent SHBG levels after discontinuing birth control pills. While Tonga Ali may not need to be cycled off, it is recommended to cycle off for safety purposes. A reasonable cycle off would be 11 months on and one month off. Dojokarate is a potential testosterone booster that increases luteinizing hormone release and receptor sensitivity but needs further research to determine its safety as a long-term supplement.
Supplements for increasing LH and testosterone levels in recovery
Naltrexone can potentially help increase LH in people recovering from opiates or alcohol, and Tonga Ali and boron supplements can help regulate SHBG and increase LH and testosterone levels. However, it is important to do blood work and consult a physician before taking supplements. Cycling supplements like Fiducia for three weeks on and one week off is likely safe, and boron can be taken at three to six milligrams once or twice a day. It's worth noting that although supplements are generally safer than medications, it is important to ensure the quality of supplements and follow recommended dosages. Additionally, people with already high LH may not benefit from increasing it further with supplements.
Understanding the uses and risks of HCG in fertility and hormone therapy.
HCG is a hormone that is similar to TSH and is commonly used for fertility treatment. It can suppress LH output, but also improve thyroid function. It can be used alone or in combination with testosterone therapy. HCG can also improve sensitivity in the genitals and is commonly used to treat post-finasteride syndrome. However, HCG may increase estrogen and there may be risks for women taking it on their ability to get pregnant. Overall, the potential benefits and risks of taking HCG should be carefully considered before use.
Maintaining the Delicate Balance between Dopamine and Prolactin
The delicate balance between dopamine and prolactin needs to be maintained as dopamine agonists can lead to hyperdopaminergic state and overflow of dopamine, leading to the crash of dopamine waves. Prolactin gene or estrogen upregulates PRL gene, increasing prolactin synthesis and inhibiting the release of testosterone. Pituitary tumors are common and can be caused by high contact sports, head blows, or even concussion. Microadenomas can be non-producing, causing fatigue and high prolactin feeling. Augmenting dopamine through prescription drugs can lead to hitting many transmitter systems, and it's important to maintain a delicate dance between sympathetic and parasympathetic drive even across minutes.
Boosting Dopamine and Energy to Improve Motivation
Low drive and motivation may be caused by low levels of dopamine, which can be increased through various interventions such as taking dopamine agonists, vitamin B6, and vitamin E. However, it is important to start with the least powerful interventions such as eliminating things that could be increasing prolactin. L-carnitine can also be beneficial for enhancing sperm quality, egg quality, and rates of conception as it acts as the shuttle that helps get the fuel into the motor in a cell. Overall, lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, sleep quality, and supplementation can significantly affect the body's energy production and fuel utilization.
Tips for Taking L-Carnitine for Fertility and Androgen Receptor Upregulation
L-carnitine can be taken in capsule or injectable form, but only a small amount is bioavailable. For fertility and androgen receptor upregulation, the recommended dose is one gram per day, which would require taking approximately 15-20 capsules. L-carnitine can be found in some foods, but it is not very bioavailable. Injecting L-carnitine is 100% bioavailable, but it burns if injected subcutaneously. One possible side effect of taking L-carnitine is an increase in TMAO. Incorporating 600 milligrams of garlic or Alison into the daily diet can mitigate this effect. Regular blood tests can provide important information about hormone levels, metabolic markers, and lipids. While insurance may not cover these tests, they are becoming more affordable through options like FSAs, HSAs, and care credit.
The Importance of Building Positive Relationships and Maintaining Hormonal Balance
Building positive relationships and maintaining hormonal balance is important for overall well-being. Time apart and time together, planning ahead for good times, and avoiding hyperprolactin phases can help stabilize relationships. Hormonal crosstalk and pheromonal communication plays an important role in both new and long-term relationships. Dopamine is associated with novelty and excitement, and its levels fluctuate over time during a relationship. Relationships go through crises and planning ahead can help stabilize them. Hormone optimization both for the sake of a relationship and because of the relationship is important, and it is bi-directional. It is suggested that spending 100% of time together can be detrimental to a relationship, and time apart can renew excitement.
Understanding the Hormonal Changes in Relationships
Relationships go through different stages, including the dopamine-fueled initial phase and the changing dynamics during pregnancy and infancy. Hormones like dopamine, prolactin, and oxytocin play a significant role in shaping perception and behavior. Separation and affiliation bonds can serve as a dopamine reservoir for couples to maintain the spark in their relationships. Prolactin is essential for nesting instinct, breastfeeding, infant maturity, and respiratory health. Cold exposure may not correct hypogonadism, but it can acutely help with warming testes and increasing testosterone levels. Understanding the changes and being aware of the side effects in relationships and hormonal changes can make it easier to navigate through them.
Peptides, Saunas, and Reproductive Health: Things to Watch Out For
Peptides are gaining popularity, but they are heterogeneous with varying degrees of safety. Insulin is a peptide that is safe when prescribed by doctors. Some peptides are FDA approved, like Tessa Moreland for lipo dystrophy. However, usage of other peptides should be approached with caution and only with professional guidance. Saunas raise the temperature of the testes, which is the enemy of sperm production. For those with infertility or low sperm count, hot tubs and heated water should be avoided. Women can benefit from cold showers and ice baths as it can increase the activity of beta adrenergic receptors. The primary concern is not estrogen output. People need to be careful not to get frostbite in the future.
Understanding Peptide Therapy and Potential Risks
Using growth hormone releasing hormone peptides like Sermorelin prescribed by doctors may have risks such as increased cancer risk. However, these peptides can be used in injuries and for other benefits like decreasing body fat and increasing lean body mass without taking growth hormone. Other peptides like BPC 1, 5, 7 have gastroprotective benefits and can increase vascular endothelial growth factor, but should be avoided by people with cancer risk. It is essential to consult a doctor before taking any of these peptides and understand their mechanism of action and potential risks.
The Benefits and Risks of Peptides and Malana Tan
Peptides like BPC 1, 5, 7 can help increase blood flow to the injured area and aid in recovering from injuries but it's important to work with a physician and get it from a good compounding pharmacy. Non-prescription forms often contain lipopolysaccharide (LPs) which can cause inflammation. Malana tan has several FDA approved indications but it's important to avoid its recreational use for tanning purposes as it can cause serious damages like Priya prism. It's essential to ask questions to your doctor regarding the dosing regimen and individualized treatment. Copper peptide like GFK can help regenerate the liver and nervous system. Sometimes, the best dosage of something to take is zero.
Peptide PT 1 41 and Hormone Health Optimization
Peptide PT 1 41 helps women with hypoactive sexual disorder to boost their libido, and it is also relatively safe and approved for men. However, long-term administration may increase alpha melanocyte stimulating hormone, so people with a family history of melanoma or potentially having it should be careful. Besides, the peptide is also approved for lipo dystrophy and a rare genetic condition in childhood. Optimizing hormone health requires managing six critical factors, namely diet, exercise, appropriate caloric restriction, managing stress, sleep, and sunlight, as well as nurturing spiritual health as part of the holistic approach to health and wellness. Patients need to bring physical, mental, and spiritual health together, as they are interconnected and essential for overall health and quality of life.
Embracing Personal Spirituality in the Absence of Religious Practices
People who identify as atheists or agnostics may not have prescriptive religious practices, but can still explore spirituality and find what they truly believe in. As a physician, Dr. Kyle Gillett believes that everyone's spiritual journey is personal and should not be pressured. Neuroscience is currently asking questions about the grounding of spiritual experiences in the brain. The most commonly used drug, caffeine, may not have a significant effect on hormones unless it affects sleep. Being open to different beliefs and practices, regardless of one's own background, can lead to excellent physician-patient rapport and stimulate thinking, which is the ultimate goal of this podcast.