Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy 


Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men

As men age, their hormone levels change in a predictable manner. Levels of testosterone and growth hormone begin to decline steadily from the early 30s onwards, with a more rapid decline seen in the 50s and 60s. This decline in hormone production can lead to a number of unwanted symptoms, including fatigue, decreased muscle mass and strength, weight gain, and even depression. According to studies, testosterone levels can decrease by 1-2% per year after the age of 30, with a similar decline seen in growth hormone levels. However, hormone replacement therapy could be the solution to this problem. Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy has been shown to improve symptoms associated with declining hormone levels and improve overall quality of life in men. It involves the use of hormones that are molecularly identical to those produced in the body, and is thought to be safer and more effective than traditional hormone replacement therapy. If you’re experiencing any of the aforementioned symptoms associated with declining testosterone and growth hormone levels, it’s worth talking to your doctor about the potential benefits of hormone replacement therapy.

Symptoms of Hormonal Imblances

Hormonal imbalances in men can manifest in a variety of ways. From mood swings and fatigue to weight gain and hair loss, the symptoms can often be vague and easily dismissed as simply a part of daily life. However, these imbalances can have a significant impact on a man’s overall health and well-being, leading to potentially serious issues if left untreated. It’s important for men to be aware of the signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalances and seek medical attention if they suspect an issue. By taking action and addressing these imbalances, men can take control of their health and enjoy a higher quality of life.

Common Types of Imbalances in Men

Hormonal imbalances can affect anyone, including men. They can be caused by genetics, environment, lifestyle, and age. Factors contributing to imbalances include family history, exposure to pollutants, poor diet, lack of exercise, and natural aging. Symptoms may include fatigue, decreased muscle mass, and a decreased sex drive. It’s important for men to be aware of their hormonal health and to seek medical advice if they suspect they have an imbalance. Treatment is available under the guidance of a medical professional.


Original Hormone Levels

On average, Men over the age of 40 retain 50% of their original hormone levels


Loss of Sex Drive

Roughly 40% of men above 40 have reported loss or decrease in sex drive

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