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Are your hormones in tune? Mounting evidence suggests that exposure to light at night -- whether you're asleep or awake --  might play a crucial role in cancer, diabetes, and obesity. The World Health Organization classified "circadian disruption" as probably carcinogenic, and light at night is considered by some to be an endocrine disruptor that may affect melatonin, cortisol, ghrelin, leptin, and testosterone. "Most people think, and the drug companies want you to think, that waking up at night is bad for you," says Richard Stevens, ., a cancer epidemiologist at the University of Connecticut health center. But that's not the case, he says -- it's exposure to light at night that's the problem. "If you wake up at night, as most of us do, that is a period of quiet wakefulness -- stay in bed, in the dark, and enjoy it," Stevens suggests.

What you may be thinking of is there is a medicine called Arimidex which is primarily used in breast cancer patients to block the conversion of androgens or male type hormones that are normally found in women into the hormone estrogen by blocking a converting enzyme.  Likewise, that is effective in people using androgen supplements so that it blocks the conversion into estrogen to prevent gynecomastia.  Patients who already have well-established gynecomastia are sometimes placed on Arimidex and though it may stop some of the pain occasionally found in this condition or slightly shrink the size, it is rarely effective in giving a satisfactory response and requires the patient to take this long term, which has its own set of issues.  I hope this has been helpful.

Hormones play a vital role in the different processes of the body, such as growth and development, reproduction, metabolism and sexual function. [1] The pituitary, pineal, thymus, thyroid, adrenal glands, and pancreas produce the most of hormones in our body, but the testes (in males) and the ovaries (in females) produce the hormones in charge of sexual and reproductive function. Most hormone levels are not checked routinely since hormone levels tend to decline as you age, but if your hormone levels are low (such as testosterone, estrogen, or cortisol), there are numerous actions you can take to boost your levels and feel much better.

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It's not difficult, hard, or complicated...it's actually really, really easy to do!

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Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) - In women FSH is often used as a gauge of ovarian reserve. In general, under 6 is excellent, 6-9 is good, 9-10 fair, 10-13 diminished reserve, 13+ very hard to stimulate. In PCOS testing, the LH:FSH ratio may be used in the diagnosis. The ratio is usually close to 1:1, but if the LH is higher, it is one possible indication of PCOS. Basic hormone testing for males often only includes testosterone and FSH. However, in cases such as Klinefelters Syndrome doctors will usually look at both FSH and LH levels. In males FSH stimulates the Sertoli cells in the testes to produce androgen-binding proteins, testosterone, and a protein called inhibin. Inhibin, in turn, travels in the blood back to the pituitary gland whre it creates a "negative feedback loop" that decreases the output of FSH. Since FSH stimulates testosterone production, and testosterone can be converted to DHT and estradiol, an increase of any or all three can also create a "feedback loop" that decreases FSH secretion.

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That's it!

It's not difficult, hard, or complicated...it's actually really, really easy to do!

But strangely enough, some guys just don't get it.

Which brings me directly to disclaimer number 2 (sorry folks, but this has to be done).

If for some reason you do not understand the concept above, or are not willing to do it, please leave this page now.

The LAST thing I want is for you to order one supplement, take it 36 days in a row, then email me, complaining that it doesn't work.

I'm tired of getting emails like this!

If you can't or will not cycle, move on please, there's nothing to see here.

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