SE03E22 - Whore Moans - Exploring Hormonal Wellness & It's Impact On Sexual Health w/ Dr. Phillips

SE03E22 - Whore Moans - Exploring Hormonal Wellness & It's Impact On Sexual Health w/ Dr. Phillips

Hormones are a BIG deal, and not just for teenagers. Hormones are responsible for driving a multitude of body functions & processes. Everything from stress levels to sleep & sexual function are impacted by your hormonal health. A number of doctors have embraced addressing vitamins, hormones, and more under a different umbrella: Wellness. Dr. Phillips joined us IN studio for this finale for Season 3 of Casual Swinger! We discuss the overall impact of hormones on our personal & sexual health, Mickey & Mallory's personal journeys in hormone replacement, and the potential complications from synthetic hormone treatments offered by traditional doctors & insurance companies. This edutainment episode could change your life, it certainly changed ours!

 

Dr. Phillips Center for Wellness

Nutrient Deficiency Warning

Healthline - BioIdentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Amore Medical - The P Shot

Casual Toys

Rachal's Rascals

Hedonism II Resort

Uberlube

Unique Condoms

 

Potential Benefits of Testosterone:

Improved Well-Being

Prostate Cancer Protection

Energy

Strength

Endurance

Improved Body Composition

Bone Density

Erectile Function and Sexual Performance

Decrease in Visceral Fat and Subcutaneous Fat

Maint. of Muscle Mass=Metabolism

Increases Collagen and Skin Thickness

Skin Tone

Decrease wrinkles, fat deposition, cellulite

Lipid and cholesterol parameters

CVD

HTN

Arthritis

Immune response

Healing

Protects Neuro and Vascular system

Decrease IR

Decrease Syndrome X

Improves Metabolism

 

Potential Benefits of Estrogen:

Protects against Heart Disease

Stroke

Osteoporosis

Vaginal Atrophy

Urinary Incontinence

Macular Degeneration

UTI's 

Cataracts

Hot flashes

 

Potential Benefits of Progesterone: 

PMS

Sleep

Osteoporosis

Breast Cancer Protection

Heart Disease

 

Potential Benefits of DHEA: 

Precursor to other hormones

Immune System Stimulation

(Helps Prevent Cancer and Infections)

Sexual Vitality

Improves Erections

Improves Mood

Decreases Cholesterol

Improves Memory

Anti-Depressant

Helps with Sleep

Decreases Visceral Fat

Decrease IR  (insulin resistance) 

Osteoporosis

Atherosclerosis

 

Causes of Errectile Dysfunction: 

Diabetes

Hypertension

Alchohol

Poor Sleep

Low Testosterone

Advanced Age (decreases Nitric oxide)

Depression

Medication

Stress

Relationship problems

Anxiety

Self Image

Increased Cholesterol

Heart Disease