Welcome to my blog. I document my adventures in travel, style, and food. Hope you have a nice stay! First of all, I am roaring a happy birthday to my best friend forever Sara Elizabeth Thomas. She has taken over the Just Aneissa blog today to talk about her transformation. Take it away birthday queen.
dark spots on your skin: menopause, hormones, and melasma
dark spots on your skin: menopause, hormones, and melasma | genneve
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While having thick and dark hair on the face is a normal effect of hormones in men, for women it's a condition called hirsutism that can appear for a variety of reasons. The most common is excessive production of androgens, caused by a hormonal imbalance. This can appear as a result of things like stress, menopause, and obesity, but also because of medical conditions like Polycystic ovarian syndrome, characterized by multiple cysts in the ovaries which cause a deficient hormonal production, and adrenal gland disorders, which affect the production of a variety of hormones like cortisol. Certain medications like Minoxidil, Cyclosporine, and anabolic steroids have excessive hair on the face as a side effect.
Everyone wants to look and feel younger. Manny talks to Dr. Jennifer Landa about how hormones could be the secret. Although the wisdom that comes with age is nice, the wrinkles, ailing joints and general frailty are not. Luckily, the key to anti-aging is within your reach.