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F I T 2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 3 1 Special Advertising Section Proudly Introducing the Region's First Dental Ambulatory Surgical Center Proudly Introducing the Region's First Dental Ambulatory Surgical Center The Dental SurgiCenter of Louisville 2800 Cannons Lane Suite 100 Louisville, KY 40205 502.813.8604 h T MYTH #2: Aftermarket insoles are a waste. Shoes cost so much so they should be ready to roll right out of the box. Foot needs vary and what is produced for the average runner may not be best for you. — Larry Holt, Ken Combs Running Store Poor sleep can affect decision-making, decrease attention span and produce depression-like moods. It's also associated with an increased risk of hypertension, heart disease and Alzheimer's. Loss of hormones results in sleep disturbances. 25 Again by Body Shapes Medical brings back peaceful, deep, restorative sleep. — Dr. Elizabeth Bates, 25 Again by Body Shapes Medical Evidence-Based Medicine Points toward Boosting Hormones with 25 Again by Body Shapes Medical "Hormones make you healthier," states Dr. Elizabeth Bates of 25 Again by Body Shapes Medical. An internist for 13 years, Dr. Bates knows how to help people regain their health when hormones diminish and inevitably bottom out: "Boost hormones back to healthy levels." Research indicates levels are healthiest when we are in our 20s. Hence, the name of Bates' practice: 25 Again by Body Shapes Medical. Hormones boost the immune system and fight toxicity developing in our bodies. Regaining a healthy balance helps combat chronic diseases and recovers quality of life. Also, these aren't your grandmother's synthetic hormones. For nearly three decades, research has proven the immunity protection of today's bioidentical hormones without the negatives associated with hormone therapy of the past. Hormones start to decline around age 35. Symptoms can be subtle at first: weight gain, decreased sex drive ultitasking. In the early 40s, sleep and mood are also impacted. Foggy brains are common. Women start to have night sweats and pain with intercourse. Men have trouble maintaining erections. Motivation is lost and fatigue takes over, but it doesn't have to be this way. Medical experts are successfully using bioidentical hormones to restore optimal levels in men and women. Research shows the earlier hormones are optimized the lower the risk for chronic disease and the sooner people can get back to leading their best lives. To learn more about how hormones could our life, health and happiness, call (502) 425-0500 or visit Five area locations.

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