Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men
Unfortunately for men, the male-dominant hormone testosterone peaks at around the age of 17 and only declines throughout the aging process. By the time most men reach retirement, they are left with only half of the amount of testosterone they once possessed in their youth. Luckily, Hormone Replacement Therapy provides an all-natural, efficient, and effective means of resupplying the hormonally deficient and imbalanced male body. This not only helps to rejuvenate and keep men young and healthy, but also provides numerous benefits, both preventative as well as curative as men age.
Much like how women experience Menopause in their 40’s-50’s, men experience a similar decrease in hormone production known as Andropause. Andropause in men affects a wide number of bodily functions including digestion, cardiac and circulatory health, metabolism, weight, mental and emotional states, as well as sexual health. By taking HRT to restore diminished levels of testosterone among other all-natural hormones, the diseases and health concerns associated with old age can be combated and prolonged, even completely prevented in most cases.
Hormone Replacement Therapy can provide men with the same somatic hormone alternatives as it does women, however the benefits associated with redistributing all-natural testosterone throughout the aging male body has an impressive list of benefits:
- Leaner Muscle
- Decreased Body Fat
- Higher Bone Density
- Healthier Cholesterol Levels
- Rejuvenated Sex Drive
- Wider Coronary Arteries
- Higher RBC Count
- Prostate Cancer Inhibition
- Improved Memory and Concentration
- Improved Moods and Prevention of Depression
- Higher Levels of Energy
- Improved Metabolism
- Better Sleep
- Healthier Hygiene
- Fortified Urinary Continence
- Improved Digestion
- Reduced Stress Levels
- Better Hair, Skin, and Nail Quality and Complexion
- Reduced Cravings
- Lower Blood Pressure
- Regulated Blood Sugar Levels
- Stronger Immunity
- Healthy Aging and Prolonged Youth
- Increased Endurance
- Balanced Hormone Levels
For men, pellet therapy provides help for:
- Lack of mental acuity
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low sex drive
- Low libido
Pellet therapy for men revolves around righting levels of testosterone, using the natural version of it. This treatment can also help prevent heart disease, Alzheimer’s, prostate cancer and more.
Although testosterone is the most common male sex hormone, there are over 100 other different hormones that regulate virtually every cellular and bodily process. Some of the most drastic changes that we as humans undergo in life are triggered and regulated with the use of hormones as chemical messengers. Hormones also regulate heart rate and respiration, sleep patterns, blood pressure, bone density and health, maintain the integrity of muscle, lubricate the joints, dictate growth, aid in the production of heat and energy in the body, the burning of fat, mediate stress, ward off fatigue, alleviate anxiety and depression, contribute towards the retention of both short and long-term memory, balance blood sugar levels, aid in immunity, the easing of pain, control sex drive and libido, as well as stimulate the brain and nervous system.
Hormone level decrease and imbalance is the hallmark sign of aging. By replenishing the body with Bioidentical Hormones that the body recognizes and integrates into its metabolic activity, HRT provides a safe and effective means of treating and preventing the symptoms associated with aging without the side effects included in the use of synthesized hormone supplements.
Talk to your local Hormone Replacement Therapy Doctor to learn more about how you can begin the process towards a healthier and prolonged life with HRT. If your overall feeling of wellbeing has declined in recent years and you feel that you’re missing that extra zest for life, schedule an appointment for consultation today to have your hormone levels checked and balanced with Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Conditions Treated with Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Low Testosterone