Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement for Male Hormonal Imbalance
Weight gain, fatigue, loss of sex drive, insomnia, negativity, feeling old and tired. These may all be symptoms of hormone imbalance. Testosterone, DHEA and Growth Hormones play a major part in how you think, feel, and perform. They also play a major role in your overall health.
Often men will ask their physician for a "quick fix" of steroidal hormones or prescriptions for erectile dysfunction, thinking that there is no natural way to restore their feelings of energy and sexual ability. Steroids and erectile dysfunction drugs (such as Viagra, Cialis or Levitra) are not always the answer or may only solve part of the problem. A better approach is to first restore proper hormone balance with natural hormones that arenot foreign to body.
Bio-identical Hormones are alternatives to synthetic drugs with potential dangerous side effects. Bio-Identical Hormones are individually dosed to meet your specific requirements for a natural balance.
Hormone Replacement Therapy is equally suited to correct imbalanced and deficient hormone levels for both men and women. Understanding the impact hormones play in the life and wellbeing of you and your partner will be beneficial to you both. Hormonal Deficiencies in Women and Corrective Hormone Replacement
Hormonal Deficiencies in Men - Androgens: Testosterone and DHEA
What Are the Symptoms of Androgen Deficiency?
Without adequate androgen hormone levels (testosterone and/or DHEA) a man may lose his sex drive, experience erectile dysfunction, feel depressed, have a decreased sense of well-being, and have difficulty concentrating.
What Changes Occur in the Body Due to DHEA/Testosterone Deficiency?
- Decrease in muscle mass with an increase in body fat
- Decrease in hemoglobin and possibly mild anemia
- Fragile bones (osteoporosis)
- Decrease in body hair
- Changes in cholesterol levels and lipid levels
- Decreased mental alertness
Hormone Replacement for Men and the Positive Effects
DHEA - Levels begin to drop in your thirties. DHEA is a precursor to testosterone...which means that the body metabolizes - or converts - DHEA to testosterone.
- Precursor hormone-regulates other hormones
- Maintains youth/health
- Protects against heart disease
- Enhances immunity
- Acts as a glucose stabilizer
- Stress reducer
- Stabilizes weight
Testosterone - Primary male hormone. Levels usually decline beginning in the 50's. Responsible for gender characteristics, sexual desire and performance.
- Enhances libido
- Decreases heart disease risk
- Increases lean body mass
- Prevents osteoporosis
- Lowers total cholesterol and LDL
- Improves mental alertness
- Supports Collagen
- Anabolic hormone
Growth Hormone - Major player in fat to muscle ration and overall youthfulness