If you’ve ever been bombarded by those TV ads nattering on about “Low T” or websites that offer supplemental testosterone prescriptions like they were candy, you might be tempted to think the whole business built around the world of low testosterone is a scam. But it’s not. The problem of not having enough is very real – even if the solution they’re pushing, for most men, is rarely the right one. What guys don’t hear on the TV ads is that when you take control of your lifestyle, you can bring back your testosterone levels to a more youthful and healthy place.
While big stressors in our lives like work, family, finances, responsibilities, etc., are serious ones, another one that’s often overlooked is 24/7 exposure to
electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) – and their disruptive impact on your sleep. The good news is you can purge plenty of them from your days, and set yourself up for good sleep at night.
Over the last few years you may have heard a lot of talk about ‘bio-hacking.’ And while it may sound a bit Brave New World, in practice, bio-hacking is really about applying smart, health-enhancing strategies to help us create the best, healthiest versions of ourselves possible. So, how to bio-hack your way to better health? I have a few ideas for you.
These days, it’s all about “micro” work-outs, sometimes known as (I’m not kidding) exercise “snacking,” and it’s a great way to give your body and brain the TLC they need to function well all day, every day. So, if you’re ready to start ‘snacking,’ your way to a healthier you, here’s what you need to know.
A lack of social connection, does a number on physical health. Studies show that higher levels of loneliness, as well as the poor quality and quantity of social relationships, are associated with shorter lifespans. Add to that a higher risk for heart disease, chronic inflammation, cancer and cognitive decline, and even an increased susceptibly to viral infection, and the physical downsides associated with loneliness are considerable. So, if over the past few years, you’ve retreated somewhat from family, friends and colleagues and you haven’t quite found your way back, I urge you to make the effort to turn the volume back up on those relationships.
Why we age and what causes it can be understood on a molecular level. Although lifestyle choices play a factor, some of the biggest catalysts pertain to the natural changes inside our bodies. In this article, you'll learn about the NAD+ molecule and how it's the secret to healthy aging.