What is in a Myers Cocktail Infusion?

What is in a Myers Cocktail Infusion?

Named for the late John Myers, M.D., the Myers Cocktail is an infusion of multiple vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium and magnesium. This nutrient cocktail is injected into the body via IV. It is believed that by introducing the mixture...
What Does HGH Do for Women?

What Does HGH Do for Women?

As a woman, a decrease in HGH or Human Growth Hormone can result in various side effects as you age such as weight gain. Women who experience HGH treatment can expect to see many physical, mental and emotional improvements over time. As a non-invasive treatment for...
What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)—also known as hormone therapy (HT)—treats and diminishes the often-debilitating symptoms experienced by men and women during all stages of menopause and testosterone deficiency. Why Get HRT? For women, the uncomfortable symptoms that...
What Growth Hormones DON’T Do

What Growth Hormones DON’T Do

Growth hormones (GH) are naturally occurring in the human body and stimulate growth, cell reproduction, and cell regeneration. While a person cannot increase muscle mass or bone density without them, they are also important to maintaining the health of all human...
Beginner’s Guide to Estrogen Replacement

Beginner’s Guide to Estrogen Replacement

Do you have hot flashes that leave you drenched in sweat? Feelings of moodiness or anxiety that have your family hiding from you? (Even the dog?) Have you experienced weight gain to the degree that you can’t find one thing to wear in your closet? Are you feeling...
10 Myths About Menopause

10 Myths About Menopause

Myths, like gossip, can take on a life of their own, passing from person to person with just enough accurate information to make the whole thing plausible. Unfortunately, as long as women have been going through life changes (i.e., forever) myths about menopause have...
The History of Menopause

The History of Menopause

An awareness of menopause can be traced all the way back to the ancient Greeks. In fact, the roots of the word can be found in Greek as well—”men,” meaning month, which is related to the word moon, and “pauein” meaning to cease or stop. In...
The Evolution of Hormone Therapy

The Evolution of Hormone Therapy

Contemporary medical articles often report that prior to the 1960s, menopausal women had few options when it came to effectively dealing with the symptoms they experienced during “the change.” Hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, and irritability were...