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Category Archives: Hypothalamus

Bizarre Study Finds Women on The Pill Have a Smaller Hypothalamus, But Does It Matter? – ScienceAlert

Posted: December 8, 2019 at 7:44 pm

Preliminary MRI scans have shown some women on the birth control pill have different sized brain structures, and while that might sound freaky, that's no reason to stop taking the medication. It's still unclear whether these changes in brain volume are linked to the hormonal pill. And if they are, is that causing negative irreversible effects? Continue reading

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Contraceptive use linked to shrinking brain size, researchers find – Catholic Citizens of Illinois

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By Paul Smeaton CHICAGO, December 6, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) A study recently presented to the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) suggests that taking contraceptive pills may shrink a womans brain size. The study looked at MRI scans of 50 healthy women, 21 of whom were taking oral contraceptive pills, and found that women taking birth control pills had significantly smaller hypothalamus volume Continue reading

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Birth control pills shrink the area of the brain that controls sex drive in women – Times Now

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Birth control pills shrink the area of the brain that controls sex drive in women | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspGetty Images New Delhi: Birth control pills, also known as oral contraceptives are a very popular method of contraception used by women all over the world. They are also used to treat irregular periods, PCOS and other conditions Continue reading

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Your birth control pills may be making the part of your brain responsible for sex drive and appetite smaller – Business Insider Australia

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Birth control pills revolutionised the way people had sex and was even linked to womens sexual liberation in the 1960s because of the freedom it gave people to have sex without the fear of pregnancy. But the long-term effects of oral contraceptive pills are poorly understood, and recent scientific findings show the pills might actually be making one area of the brain, the hypothalamus, smaller. The study, presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, included 50 healthy women, 21 of whom were taking oral contraceptive pills, or OCPs. Continue reading

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Women who take the Pill every day have a smaller brain region called the hypothalamus – Herald Publicist

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Ladies who take the Tablet every day have a key mind area which is smaller, specialists have discovered for the primary time. The hypothalamus is essential for the conventional manufacturing of hormones and performs a job in temper, urge for food, intercourse drive and sleep. Researchers at Montefiore Medical Heart in New York Metropolis scanned the brains of 50 ladies to make the conclusion Continue reading

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‘Small things every day’ can retrain your brain to cope with stress – Stuff.co.nz

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Training our brain to manage stress without using common techniques such as relying on sugar or alcohol is "simple", but not necessarily easy according to neuroscientist, Dr Selena Bartlett. The first step is learning to recognise the methods you use now to cope with stress that may not be serving you, but that you can learn to "train" yourself away from relying upon Continue reading

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Researchers discover why youre skipping the gym for Netflix and sleep – The CEO Magazine

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You may have your new years resolutions sorted but following through with your most ambitious fitness goals could be down to genetics. By Mike Huyhn Posted on December 6, 2019 Talk about a rude awakening. As another new year rounds the bend there are no doubt plenty of people plotting their annual fitness goals which they will never actually fulfil. Continue reading

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From winter vagina to heart attacks and bad skin the 8 health dangers of cold weather – The Sun

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WEATHER forecasters are warning that the UK could be face a 40-day freeze as an Arctic blast brings frost and snow to Britain. And as temperatures plummet to well below zero, the chill could put our health at risk Continue reading

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Exactly what and when to eat before and after a workout, according to a dietitian – Evening Standard

Posted: November 18, 2019 at 10:41 am

The latest lifestyle, fashion and travel trends The London fitness scene is booming, new studios open each month, challenges and transformation programmes encourage us to train every day to see results fast. Our appetite for exercise has never been so big, turbo charged by the #fitfluencers we see on Instagram, of course. But are you eating enough and at the right times to sustain your training Continue reading

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A good night’s sleep is a priority everything else comes after – The Badger Herald

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Its 11 p.m. on a Wednesday. State Street has fallen dark and eerie, with only the distant glisten from the Capitol illuminating Madisons vacant streets Continue reading

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