Why Aging Women Need Testosterone – page 1 | Life Extension
— Read on www.lifeextension.com/magazine/2004/4/report_test/page-01
The Physiologic Effects of Pain on the Endocrine System
— Read on www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4107914/
Although severe pain can have profound and negative impacts on the cardiovascular (CV) system, this complication has received scant attention. Pain may affect the CV system by multiple mechanisms, and sudden CV death may occur in chronic pain patients who experience a severe pain flare.
— Read on www.practicalpainmanagement.com/pain/other/co-morbidities/treat-pain-save-heart
Estrogen and progesterone levels decline during menopause, which in turn can cause a variety of symptoms. Is pain one of them?
— Read on www.healthline.com/health/menopause/pain
A new website launched that focuses on vital, groundbreaking information for pain patients!
Sadly, in 2019, most pain patients are facing forced tapering of pain medications and, sadly, loss of access to prescription medications entirely. This website explains how to address Chronic and Intractable Pain by treating the Endocrine System.
Dr Forest Tennant has devoted a lifetime to researching this topic. His research has proven that the only way to reduce pain levels and, thus reduce the amount of opioids an IP patient takes every day, is to treat a patients hormones as well. This new website will help you learn how this is achieved.
Hormones and Pain Care Information Network
— Read on hormonesandpaincare.com/
October 3rd, 2018 More PAIN RELATED SUICIDES are continuing with opioid pain medication reductions and discontinuations as suggested by the CDC and by Andrew Kolodny, M.D. and his “Physicians for…
— Read on medium.com/@ThomasKlineMD/opioidcrisis-pain-related-suicides-associated-with-forced-tapers-c68c79ecf84d