hormones


It’s Proven: Love is Good for Your Health

Researchers have discovered that when someone feels positive emotions like gratitude, love or appreciation, the heart beats out a message that affect a person’s health.


Nervous Nelly? 12 Things It’s Doing to Your Brain

Chronic stress increases one of the stress hormones that affects many brain functions, putting you at risk for several mental and physiological conditions.


7 Drug-Free Ways to Boost Your Testosterone

Seven tips to help you boost and maintain healthy levels of testosterone.


Signs of Adrenal Fatigue and What You Can Do About It

Your adrenals are small, walnut-sized glands that sit on top of each of your kidneys. Their main function is to produce hormones that are essential to healthy living including: Cortisol (also called hydrocortisone) is widely known as the “stress” hormone as it is released by the body in response to stress or fear. But...


Creating Art Lowers Stress Hormones

If you want to lower your stress levels, taking up some form of art may be the solution—even if you can’t draw or paint. In an enjoyable-sounding study, 39 adults, ranging from 18 to 59 years old, participated in 45 minutes of art-making. Cortisol levels were taken before and after the art-making period. (The...


How Changing Hormones Impact The Look of Your Skin

We all know that during menopause our hormones change drastically, but what you may not know that those hormonal changes can also cause major changes in your skin.


6 Scary Contaminants Found in Tap Water

Studies show that numerous contaminants are found in tap water such as small amounts of birth control pills, Teflon, herbicides, pathogenic microbes and metals.


New Evidence that These Popular Medications Are Causing an Epidemic of Violence

ANH-USA has researched dozens of the most high-profile cases of violent crimes over the last few decades. We found that in just under half of the cases (eleven out of twenty-three), the perpetrator was documented to be taking, or had recently stopped taking, some form of antidepressant or antipsychotic medication.


Meet the 75 Brands Still Lacing Your Food with a Dangerous Chemical

Food and beverage containers are among many household items that still today contain BPA and other endocrine-disrupting chemicals.


Understanding Toxins and 6 Ways You Can Get Rid of Them

Is your body equipped with the necessary tools to thoroughly cleanse toxins from your system?