Every man will certainly experience a gradual decline in male hormone production as they age. On the positive side, now a man can feel healthy, sexual and look his best!
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms then don’t hesitate and make an appointment today!
- Reduced libido (Sex drive)
- Decreased sexual desire
- Decreased sexual fantasies
- Erectile dysfunction
- Decreased morning erections
- Decreased firmness of erections
- Longer recovery time between orgasms
- Loss of drive and competitive edge
- Stiffness and pain in muscles and joints
- Decreased effectiveness of exercise workouts
- Irritability “Grumpy old men” syndrome
- Disturbed sleep
- Heart disease & Atherosclerosis
- Prostate enlargement
- Thinning/sagging skin
- Slow wound healing
- Poor concentration/ memory lapses
Surprisingly, hormones influence every aspect of your body’s function. When the wrong messages are communicated in the body when too much or too little of a hormone is produced.
Thyroid hormones are ultimately responsible for regulating the body. For example, these are hormones that affect almost every cell in the male body. As a result, thyroid treatments have proven to be a safe and effective treatment for lowering cholesterol.
Testosterone is a hormone that is released in the adrenal glands and testes of men. So men really rely on this hormone to help the development of muscle mass, strength, endurance and to decrease fat. For example, it protects against cardiovascular disease, hypertension, body fat, and arthritis.
Deficient testosterone levels may lead to decreased muscle mass, loss of sex drive, erectile dysfunction, depression and an overall lower sense of well-being.
DHEA is a precursor to other sex hormones. For example, it is also released by the adrenal glands. Then works to improve the function of the immune system and brain function. In fact, DHEA has shown to increase energy, reduce visceral fat and cholesterol levels. In recent studies, DHEA is used as an anti-stress hormone. After all, it helps fight the effects that stress can have on a person’s immune system.