Georgia. America’s seventh-most populated state offers a broad range of sight-seeing natural and man-made attractions, from old-south tradition to modern-day, fast-paced cities. From the excitement of the many sights and sounds of Atlanta to the relaxing beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, the awe-inspiring mountains, and the numerous historical sites, Georgia offers unique tourist opportunities that are only found in the Peach State.
Here are just a few of the many alluring destinations that Georgia has to offer:
- The World of Cocoa-Cola. The world headquarters of the world’s most popular beverage brand has a fascinating history and offers several lessons in technology, marketing, and chemistry, all delivered in an entertaining package. See the vault that contains the secret coca-cola formula, taste the several different coke products that are marketed across the globe and formulated to the taste buds of the country where the product is shipped, enjoy the awesome technology of the bottling plant that sends out massive quantities of cola, and visit the many museums and souvenir shops for take-home mementos. The kids will love the Polar Bear!
- Brasstown Bald Mountain. Rising 4,784 feet above sea level, this mountain is the highest area in the North Georgia Mountains, and to say that the view is breathtaking is indeed an understatement. Be sure to make the trek to the observation tower and enjoy the panoramic 360-degree view of the adjacent areas, including Tennessee and North Carolina. When the weather cooperates you can even make out the Atlanta skyline, an incredible 80 miles away! Enjoy the awesome sunset.
- Fort Benning. Located close to Columbus and straddling the Alabama-Georgia border, Fort Benning has been the home of the United States Army infantry since 1909. Benning is also where soldiers become paratroopers, the elite Rangers, and the former home of the Scout Dog training school. Enjoy learning the proud history of the Army’s finest troops while touring the museums and behold the majestic 249-foot drop towers also known as the “Free Towers” that aspiring trainees must conquer to become “airborne” (paratroopers) and be glad you don’t have to overcome that challenge.
- The romantic antebellum streets of Savannah. While strolling the streets of Savannah you will feel like you have taken a trip back in time. The Savannah Historic District is approximately one square mile and remains remarkably similar to its civil-war era appearance. The majestic trees that shade the streets, the luxurious antebellum estates, and the stone-paved streets create an atmosphere that can be felt as well as seen. Savannah also offers a contemporary scene with its many art galleries, museums, and other cultural attractions.
- The Atlanta Botanical Garden. If you would like to learn more about conservation and have a fun time doing it, this is the place to be. With a focus on habitat restoration and monitoring, conservation genetics, evolutionary studies, global efforts to protect international plant populations and fragile ecosystems, you will have many of your questions answered and leave with a deep appreciation of the science of conservation. Don’t forget to tour the Fuqua Orchid Center and the zen-like Japanese Garden.
- The Georgia Aquarium. Located in Atlanta, the Georgia Aquarium boasts the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere, and it’s growing even more. Consider this: the aquarium is home to more than 100, 000 water animals living in more than 10 million gallons of fresh and saltwater! From albino alligators and large sharks to piranhas, sea lions, and Japanese spider crabs, the aquatic residents range from well-know mammals and reptiles to exotic creatures that are guaranteed to hold your fascinating interest. Enjoy a lazy walk through the massive 100-foot long acrylic tunnel and see the sea critters up close. Just don’t be in a hurry.
- Stone Mountain Park. Located just 15 miles east of Atlanta on 3,200 acres of Mother Nature’s breathtaking beauty, Stone Mountain is the largest exposed granite structure in the world. One visitor described the mountain as “like walking on the moon.” This is a must-see in Georgia.
- Jekyll Island. Located off the coast of Georgia, Jekyll Island is teeming with many different species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Often used as a film site, the island has a fascinating history that you can discover with a tour of the Jekyll Island Historic District.
- The Atlanta Zoo. See an incredible range of small and large animals and discover facts about conservation that you didn’t know.
- The Okefenokee Swamp. Known to the Indians as the “Land of the Quaking Earth”, this swampland area consists of more than 770 square miles of swamp grassland, cypress swamps, and watercourses. An estimated 10,000 alligators call the swamp home and the boat trip will allow you to see them up close.
- And there are many more attractions in the Peach State: Callaway gardens, the Chattahoochee National Forest, and the Ocmulgee National Monument are all sights that are well-worth seeing.
And we will ensure you have the health and stamina to enjoy your trip
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Why your hormones are vital to your continued good health
A simple definition of a hormone is this: Hormones are chemical substances that act like messenger molecules in the body. After being made in one part of the body, they travel to other parts of the body where they help control how cells and organs do their work. Hormones are messengers, controlling and coordinating activities throughout the body.
When reaching a target site, a hormone attaches to a receptor, much like a key fits into a lock. Once the hormone locks into its receptor, it transmits a message that causes the target site to take a specific action. Hormone receptors may be within the nucleus or on the surface of the cell. Hormones dictate the function of entire organs, controlling processes as growth and development, reproduction, and sexual characteristics. Hormones also affect how the body uses and stores energy and control the volume of fluid and levels of salts and sugar (glucose) in the blood. Very small amounts of hormones can trigger significant responses in the body.
So far, so good. The problem is that beginning around age 30 our levels of these crucial life-giving molecules begin to drop. At first, the symptoms of decline are nearly imperceptible.
But as hormone levels continue to plummet, the symptoms become noticeable. Here are a few of the signs of hormonal decline:
Fatigue. Even after getting a good night’s sleep, many older folks still feel tired and worn-out. This is another red flag warning that you may need hormone replacement.
Loss of muscle and strength
Increased brain fog and mental confusion
Erectile Dysfunction. For men, this is one of the most dreaded symptoms of lower levels of testosterone.
If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms, stop worrying about it. Take action and contact us. We are a licensed and board-certified hormone replacement clinic and offer the most cutting-edge, up-to-date hormone replacement therapy for people living in Georgia that are 30 years of age and older.
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