Are you confused about hormones?
Is it safe to use hormones?
What Are Your Options-Thyroid, Adrenal, Sex Hormones
Are you experiencing anxiety, depression,weight gain difficulty sleeping, pain, fatigue, brain fog, and low libido? Is your significant other experiencing loss of energy, loss of muscle mass, increased body fat, loss of libido, loss of a morning erection and depression? Did you know that low testosterone can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease?
|Its important to understand how hormones effect you. As we age hormones effect our immune system, reproductive system, brain function, sleep patterns and metabolism.
As each woman
enters menopause, she should be individually
supported, medically evaluated for hormone
levels and risk assessments
such as bone or heart, diet, lifestyle,
need for supplements, and finally her
personal hormone levels, and given
the appropriate advice tailored to her
particular needs. Therefore I
recommend being tested properly.
The Adrenal hormones are an important component in how we feel as we age. The adrenals kick in and produce sex hormones when we enter menopause or andropause. It is therefore important to support the adrenals first and formost before taking Bio Identical Hormones.
I therefore recomment the Adrenal Stress test by Diagnos Tech. For more information on this test click on the test name.
The Menopause Profile identifies deficiencies (or excesses) of important sex hormones estradiol, estrone, estriol, progesterone, and testosterone. It can provide guidance in the therapeutic intervention of several conditions associated with sex hormone imbalances in women:
Hypertension and Heart Disease
Men can experience Andropause with clear cut symptoms and risk factors.
With advancing age, levels of bioavailable testosterone in men often plummet, corresponding to a marked decrease in sexual function. By the time a man reaches age 50, his bioavailable levels of testosterone may be only half their youthful levels. Significantly, testosterone loss has been shown to precede-not simply accompany--both a drop in sexual interest and frequency of erections. Experts on sexual dysfunction specifically advise that testosterone be measured in male patients with low sex drive and/or decreased testicular size as well as Cortisol and DHEA. Elevated estrogens can lead to cancer.
The Male Hormone Profile measures circadian activity of the free fraction of testosterone by analyzing 4 saliva samples collected at specific times over a 24-hour period. AndroEssence provides a focused overview of hormonal balance in men, to evaluate dynamics of sex steroid metabolism that can profoundly affect a man's health throughout his lifetime.
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