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We are taught to ward off stress with iron crosses and glasses of tea. But it seems as if by doing this, we are holding ourselves back. The negative impact of stress might all be in our mind.
Have you heard about putting half an onion next to your bed? Eating garlic? Drinking apple cider vinegar? Do these home remedies actually work? Here's what I found.
New research looked the impact of sleep deprivation on the performance of judo players in competition. Less sleep meant less power and worse cardio.
For some, going to bed earlier is easier said than done. What do you do if sleep escapes you on a regular basis? Here are tips for those who are struggling to find a natural way to get more shut-eye.
People wear their lack of sleep like a badge of honor. But skipping sleep really isn’t getting any of us ahead. It’s making us sick, depressed, fat, and aging us at an accelerated rate.
Here are seven articles about the signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue, along with solutions and strategies for getting back on track.
It is imperative in the case of neck injury to have the proper diagnosis before beginning treatment. Home treatments can negatively impact your recovery - or even make the problem more sinister.
Adiponectin is one of the most abundant hormones in your blood, and one of its roles is fat and sugar metabolism. A new study tried to determine how it's stimulated, with questionable results.
A scientific look at the evidence that anabolic steroids permanently increase a user's sporting potential such that they can never compete evenly against drug-free athletes again.
We recently discussed how training and a bad diet can really kill your sex drive. So, I am going to give you three recommendations for natural supplements that can light the fire under your libido.
Studies have linked cancer growth to the hormonal effects of exercise. But what happens when you expose prostate cancer cells to complete post-exercise blood samples, and not just isolated hormones?
Why, when you should be feeling like jumping your man’s (or lady’s) bones, is all you really want to do is zone out to some Netflix and go to bed? Could it be your workouts killing your desires?
You know you need to pay more attention to your adrenal health and hormone levels, but which test is a good test? Blood levels or saliva? Here are my suggestions for the bests tests.
A lot of energy drinks claim to contain magic ingredients that boost performance.Do they really work? A recent study suggests the only real magic bullet is caffeine.
There are tons of studies examining the benefits of meditation on adrenal hormones, blood pressure, heart rate, and mood. Here's some science and some types of meditation to try.
Most athletes use some kind of ergogenic aid to improve their performance. Are you using aids that really work or falling for a gimmick? A new review helps answer that question.
Everyone knows hormones are important for building muscle, right? A new review of the research suggests they might not be as important as we think they are.