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Category Archives: Hypothalamus

Stress Messes With Your Sex Hormones: These RD-Approved Foods Can Help – mindbodygreen.com

Posted: January 15, 2020 at 4:49 pm

The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA-axis) is a feedback and regulatory system for how the body responds to stress. And directly within the HPA-axis, each gland has sexual hormone influence. In fact, the reproductive influence on the stress axis is now referred to as the HPG-axis, where instead of adrenal as the primary target, the gonads or sexual organs are. Continue reading

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Intermittent Fasting and Circadian Clock – Theravive

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Just about all species humans, animals, plants and some microbes are influenced by their circadian clock. The circadian clock controls every hormone. Continue reading

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Eating in a 6-hour window and fasting for 18 hours might help you live longer – KTBS

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Abstaining from food for 16 to 18 hours a day could be key to treating a variety of health conditions -- even if you've got to train yourself to push past the hunger. A review of past animal and human studies in The New England Journal of Medicine suggests that intermittent fasting can reduce blood pressure, aid in weight loss, stabilize blood sugar levels and improve longevity. The report functions as a road map of sorts for physicians to prescribe fasting as a method of prevention or treatment for obesity, cancer, diabetes and heart disease Continue reading

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How to get good sleep – Thegardenisland.com

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Many people are struggling with sleep disorders, which might mean they fall asleep quickly but then wake up multiple times in the night, or it may mean not falling asleep easily at all. I am really very lucky to not have any sleep issues in my life. Continue reading

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The Anxious Brain – The Good Men Project

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by Dr. Jeremy Schmoe, DC, DACNB Ill make this simple: when you injure your brain, you will affect the integration between your brain-gut and gut-brain axis Continue reading

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The Link Between BDNF and Neuroplasticity – Psychology Today

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Source: Lightspring/Shutterstock The human brain is by far the most complex and intricate organ in the body. Apart from regulating our most basic biological functions, the brain is also the seat of consciousness. When something is not right, either due to an irregularity in neurochemical signaling or because of structural deficits caused by either injury or old age, this can often affect how we experience consciousness and how we perceive the world around us. Continue reading

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Fasting for 18-hours and Eating Within a 6-hour Window May Help You Live Longer – Science Times

Posted: January 5, 2020 at 3:47 pm

(Photo : pexels) Not eating food from 16 to 18 hours every day could be a way to treat numerous health conditions, even if you have to train yourself to push past the hunger. A past animal and human studies in The New England Journal of Medicine was reviewed and it suggested that intermittent fasting(IF) can help reduce blood pressure, aid weight loss, and improve longevity Continue reading

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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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