The Doctors April 18 2012
From head to toe, inside the body and out, you might be shocked to discover just how much your hormones are affecting your health and happiness. That’s what The Doctors explored on today’s show, and what they revealed could surprise you, help you find relief, or even improve your life.
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The Doctors: Brain Stimulator Light Headphones
Researchers have found that certain specific scents help to get a rise out of men. Learn how your fragrance can stimulate their desire, as if it’s that complicated to begin with.
The Drs: PCOS, Fertility & Osteoporosis Hormones
You might not realize how common Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is among women, but it’s a cause for growing concern. And because all of our hormones are interconnected, it could have implications when it comes to fertility. Plus, what is the connection between hormones and stress factors from Osteoporosis?
The Doctors: Fatherhood & Testosterone
Maternal instincts are said to be heightened after a woman gives birth. But why does it seem like the opposite could be happening when men become fathers? Learn the surprising evolutionary and biological reason that could be behind this correlation. Also, what’s the link between sperm count and deep voice?
The Doctors: Menopause & Hormone Replacement Therapy
Menopause is a concern for many mature women, and you may want to pay close attention to how it affected your relatives when deciding your treatment approach. Is Hormone Replacement right for you? Also, learn about other options including natural alternatives. Get a fuller picture of the situation before you make a decision.
The Doctors: Sleep Smoothie Recipe
If you’re an insomnia, The Doctors have one more reason for you to be worried: you could have a higher cancer risk due to low melatonin. Learn about an easy and health conscious smoothie recipe that can help you get to sleep faster.
The Doctors: Acne, Obesity & Hormones
Hormones truly are connected to every body process. Lastly, learn how they are related to incidence of acne, and why scientists are now studying how obesity is related to hormonal factors. In fact, hormones could be the reason why exercise helps us burn fat.