Even if you are diagnosed with the same condition as your neighbor, your wellness plan will be different because YOU'RE different.
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1 in 7 women have a thyroid disorder and most are undiagnosed. Even after many people are diagnosed with a thyroid condition, the medications can only do so much and symptoms tend to persist. At Mahan Health, we work to find the underlying cause of your thyroid condition so that we can reverse the symptoms.
Fertility issues, menstrual irregularities, pregnancy, menopause, and low testosterone are all things that can affect our daily wellbeing. Hormones are responsible for everything from our brain health to our bone health and more. While things like PMS symptoms and infertility are often thought of as a normal part of life, in reality, they don't have to be. Birth control and synthetic hormone replacement simply mask the symptoms. There are things that can be done to balance your hormones naturally, and Mahan Health can help.
All health begins and ends in our gut. Over 70% of Americans are dealing with digestive issues including but not limited to, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas, and abdominal pain. These are not just temporary symptoms -they indicate a deeper issue. The digestive system is connected to everything from our brain health to skin health to hormonal health, and more.
Mental health issues are brain health issues. When someone is experiencing anxiety or depression, this means that there’s an imbalance in their neurochemistry. This is a brain health issue, and brain health issues stem from a number of different factors. Find out why you are experiencing brain health issues.
Most of the neurotransmitters in our body that signal to our brain are produced in our gut. Recent research shows that by addressing this gut-brain connection, many diseases have been found to be preventable, even Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. If you’re experiencing migraines, brain fog, concentration issues, poor memory, and/or balance issues, let’s explore this together.
"Dr. Hanisha is a fantastic resource! I have been seeing her for seven months now and working with her is a breath of fresh air in a world of conflicting viewpoints on health, food, and medicine. She is great at evaluating and understanding the root causes of my symptoms and finds ways to address them through food, supplements, and a variety of other methods. It's nice to work with someone who genuinely has a passion for optimizing her patients' health and it is evident every time we meet."
The majority of men today have suboptimal testosterone levels -
Are your testosterone levels optimal?
Dr. Hanisha hosts the podcast "Mahan Health", which is all about how you can achieve Mahan or "great" health.
In this episode, she interviews Dr. Michael Moeller on the symptoms of suboptimal testosterone and what you can start doing to optimize your testosterone levels.