After all, they are the reason some of us go on the warpath each month, causing our partners to run for cover; or they may turn you into an emotional basket case, causing you to breakdown if someone looks at you the wrong way. Hormones are the reason many of us suffer from PMS, endometriosis, heavy bleeding, and painful fibroids. But all too often, for one reason or another or many , the hormonal symphony goes out of tune and sleep, mood, libido, and overall health can be negatively affected. For most women, sex education came early usually in elementary school and commonly involved a quick lesson on the menstrual cycle and how to wear a maxi pad; the rest was up to our imaginations. Hormones tell us when to sleep and when to eat; they rev up energy levels when we feel stressed; and they let the ovaries know when to release an egg each month.
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Due to the increase in erectile dysfunction ED and infertility in world population, there is growing interest in the integrative treatment of these diseases. Therefore, it is raising a market with non-prescription natural supplements. Especially in menu of internet, online shops come increasingly to light new natural over the counter products. Recent sale and use of medicinal plants and their extracts in the treatment of ED are according to the declaration of the producers first of all on a number of the thousand-year-old traditions in some nations, based on the efficacy and safety of these plants, verified in the long-time healing practice. The aim of this article was to make an extensive review of the scientific and professional medical literature and to find out which medicinal plants, minerals and other active substances, sold in the natural products for ED, were evaluated in relevant clinical trials as statistically significant in their efficacy and safety.
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Posted on Thursday, August 14, Zeligs, MD and A. Scott Connelly, MD. Diindolylmethane , or DIM for short, is a plant indole—a plant compound with health-promoting properties. DIM and other plant indoles are found in all cruciferous vegetables.