Good hormone balance can greatly improve a person’s overall well-being and quality of life. We are able to help individuals achieve optimal health and wellness by recommending a personalised program that includes exercise, lifestyle alterations, nutritional supplements, and most importantly Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT).
Many people suffer with pain needlessly, mistakenly believing its part of aging or nothing can be done to help them. We offer a new solution to address the predicament of pain sufferers who do not respond to commercially available preparations – gels, creams and rubs suitable for topical application, avoiding the oral route, thus minimizing potential side effects such as stomach irritation and liver damage.
Addressing autism involves more than prescription drugs alone can achieve. When no commercially available agent is appropriate for a pediatric patient, a compounded formulation often assures successful treatment. Our medications and supplements are free of dye, artificial flavouring, preservatives, gluten and casein.
Hormone deficiency in the human body has been discovered to be a major contributor in accelerating the aging process. Men and women experiencing this phenomenon are plagued with multiple health problems which threaten their physical and mental wellbeing. By replacing the relevant deficient hormones with bio-identical hormones ( which are exact copies of physiological hormones),Read More
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) has been around for more than 30 years but it has only been in the past 6 years that it has gained prominence thanks to celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and Suzanne Somers who have brought BHRT to the public’s attention. Dr Neal Rouzier, author of the best-seller “How to AchieveRead More
What is veterinary compounding? How can we help our furry friends? Pets have always been part of the family and therefore deserve the best medical care available. Read on to find out how we can maximize therapeutic success and compliance of the animals in our care.Read More
Public forum at The RSGC, KL: Accent Wellness hosted a public forum for both the public and the press with world renowned Dr N Rouzier as the speaker for an insight to healthy ageing and the importance of hormones. Dr Rouzier on Capital FM: Dr Rouzier shared on radio with Asha Gill of CapitalRead More
First time in South-East Asia!! Dr. Rouzier’s seminars are designed to incorporate a substantial amount of practical information into a 2-day motivating experience. His courses will demonstrate the health benefits and physiology of hormones, the detrimental effects of hormone deprivation and the importance of hormone supplementation as well as the distinct differences between synthetic andRead More
The benefits of compounding and Accent Wellness’ services briefly explained in Body, Mind and Soul.Read More
Frequently asked questions on BHRT for Health and Beauty magazine.Read More
Accent Wellness participated in the recent Health Fair 2012 organized by The Star newspaper with the aim to meet the publics’ needs for health promotion, education and prevention, especially in the field of pharmaceutical compounding and its main role in preventive medicine.Read More
Accent Wellness attended the 3rd International Bangkok Congress on Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine for the education of detection, prevention, and treatment of age-related diseases, methods to retard and optimize the human aging process – breakthroughs on hormone therapy – as well as exchange experiences with members of an international symposium.Read More
Many adults are affected by acne and some continue to get acne throughout their life. Fluctuating hormone levels, stress and hair and skin care products may cause adult acne. Sometimes, acne is a sign of an underlying medical condition and may require a combination of treatment methods therefore it’s important to consult your doctor or dermatologist before you attempt to purchase over-the-counter options.
DID YOU KNOW - Wounds in animals can be very frustrating to treat. Because animals groom themselves (and others) and are prone to removing any foreign object placed on their skin (like bandages, topical dressings, or locally applied medications). Veterinarians and pet owners frequently struggle to find methods to promote successful wound healing, and often wounds may be so painful that even applying light pressure by placing a bandage or rubbing in an antibiotic cream can cause the animal to cry out in pain or become defensively aggressive. In recent years, veterinarians and compounding pharmacists have teamed up to develop an adhesive bandage system where the medications are mixed with a powder resin to be easily puffed on to a wound to form an antimicrobial occlusive protective bandage. Do you know what this means? Avoiding an unnecessary struggle/fight with your pet for optimal healing! Ask our pharmacists for more information now!
Each August, the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) sponsors Psoriasis Awareness Month, dedicated to raising awareness, educating the public and dispelling myths about the disease. Psoriasis is a common dermatologic problem faced by approximately 3% of Malaysians. Symptoms typically include dry skin, which may be thickened or red with a scaly appearance, swelling, itching, and soreness. Whereas it is generally not a debilitating condition, psoriasis can negatively affect quality of life with its often unpleasant symptoms. Many prescription treatments are available to alleviate symptoms, but when a commercially available medication may not provide the best treatment form, a compounding pharmacy can offer a host of various options to increase compliance for the management of psoriasis. Contact us today to find out how!
DID YOU KNOW- Celiac Disease (CD) affects about 1 in 100 Americans. CD can seriously damage the small intestine, but is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Although not experienced by all persons, the most common signs and symptoms of CD include lactose intolerance, diarrhea, excessive flatulence (passing gas), abdominal pain and bloating. 80% of people with CD are sensitive to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Gluten is also found in many medications, vitamins, processed foods and alcoholic beverages. A gluten-free diet can improve the quality of life for many people with CD and at Accent Wellness, we are able to compound gluten-free medications. Call us for more information today!
DID YOU KNOW- As we age, our trillions of cells age also. All cells eventually reach the end of their lifespan, and lose their ability to function normally or cease to function altogether. While many of us are concerned about outward signs of aging, we need to be concerned about the health of each cell, which is directly influenced by many factors including nutrition, genetics, oxidative stress, illness, physical activity, environmental factors and personal lifestyle choices. Over time, nutrient deficiencies cause long-term damage to DNA in our cells, and that damage is believed to be a cause of chronic illnesses and cancers. Scientific evidence has shown that improving cellular energy production with adequate nutrition may help to prevent or reverse infirmities associated with the aging process. Ask our pharmacist for more information today!
July is UV Safety month. Be sure you are applying sunscreen correctly! Some of the most common mistakes include not applying enough, not reapplying, using too high SPF, and not letting the sunscreen absorb into your skin before exposing it to the sun. Take the time to learn more about proper sunscreen application and protect yourself and your family from the sun (More details here; http://bit.ly/1rlBaMm)
DID YOU KNOW- Insufficient workout causes 10% of global deaths as physical activity boosts brainpower, academic prowess, stops non-communicable diseases. The United Nations apex health body said regular physical activity of moderate intensity - such as walking, cycling, or doing sports - has significant benefits for health. "At all ages, the benefits of being physically active outweigh potential harm, for example through accidents. Some physical activity is better than doing none. By becoming more active throughout the day in relatively simple ways, people can quite easily achieve the recommended activity levels." According to the WHO, regular and adequate levels of physical activity: improve muscular and cardiorespiratory fitness; improve bone and functional health; reduce the risk of hypertension, coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, breast and colon cancer and depression; reduce the risk of falls as well as hip or vertebral fractures; and are fundamental to energy balance and weight control. Let’s start working out today!
DID YOU KNOW -- Many people hesitate to eat nuts because they are thought to be relatively high in fat and calories, but well-established research shows that nuts are an excellent source of protein. The protein in nuts gives you long-term energy and can help you feel full longer, making a great addition to your breakfast and a healthy snack choice! Nuts also contain an amino acid called arginine, a nutrient that may increase the flexibility of your arteries and help to prevent blood clots. Arginine is also thought to boost immunity and improve sexual health in men and women. Additional heart-enhancing and weight-busting nutrients in nuts include: •Fiber: Among its many benefits, fiber has been shown to reduce cholesterol and lower your risk of diabetes. Fiber also helps fill you up, so that you can eat less and feel satisfied. •Vitamin E: This is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect your body against disease-causing free radicals and may reduce the build-up of arterial plaque. •Plant sterols: These are naturally-occurring substances in nuts (especially peanuts) that help lower cholesterol. •Calcium, selenium (another antioxidant) and folate: These are other important nutrients present in nuts. Folate, which is found in walnuts in particular, is crucial for healthy neural tube development in babies.