Denver Health Blog

Healthy Habits for Weight Loss

Healthy Habits for Weight Loss When it comes to weight loss, you might be tempted to go down the road and pick maybe some outrageous options. You know them well: Keto diet, intermittent fasting, extremely difficult exercises, and more. While these promise you fast results, these are not the healthier

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Depression in Athletes

DEPRESSION; EVERY ATHLETE’S WORST NIGHTMARE

DEPRESSION; DOWN SO LOW, THE DUMPS LOOK UP Depression is insidious. It creeps up on you with stealth silence. The “blahs”, turn into the ongoing, deepening mental black and blues. Days can start with “oh, no…not again, with covers pulled back over your head. It’s like nothing you’ve ever gone

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Low T, True or False?

LOW T; TRUE OR FALSE?

Testosterone. It’s what makes a man a man. (Or so it’s said.) So it isn’t something any man would want a lack of. But it happens. It’s called low testosterone, or Low T. Low T is a condition surrounded by misinformation. Or little information at all. It’s not something most

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Holiday Stress Blog

HOLIDAY STRESS; MAY ALL YOUR HORMONES BE MERRY AND BRIGHT

IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE STRESSMAS Mountains of red, green, gold, and sparkle hit you wherever you go. And it started the day after Halloween. Get in the spirit everyone. Christmas wasn’t what you hoped it would be last year as some families were still Covid-concerned. So now

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adrenal fatigue

ADRENAL FATIGUE; DON’T BLAME THANKSGIVING FOR FEELING SO WIPED

TOO POOPED TO PARTICIPATE IN ANYTHING? In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Native Americans shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. They didn’t realize how stressful it would become. Planning. Travel. Shopping. Cooking. Eating. More eating. Company. More

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