THERAPY FOR MEN
Your first step – Find Out How you can Benefit Bioidentical Hormones Programs for Men! As men age they lose 1% of their testosterone every year!
PADAM or partial androgen deficicency of the aging male or andropause is the male equivalent of menopause. It is real although more subtle than menopause. The process of male aging starts at around 30 years of age and remains until the end of our life. It is marked by the slow decline of all hormones in the male body and therefore a slowing of all global capacities.
In women, estrogen levels decline after menopause but just the opposite occurs in men who experience rising estrogen as well as SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin).
With decreasing testosterone levels and rising estrogen levels, the hallmark of hormonal imbalance, it correlates with increased abdominal fat and shrinking of muscle mass. These limit the amount and effectiveness of testosterone, a vital hormone.
The decrease of testosterone as with HGH (human growth hormone) contributes to the familiar “pot belly” and declining muscle tone in middle-age men. As fat mass increase, energy levels inevitably drop, as well as motivation. Gradually cardiac output declines, lung capacity decreases and other organ functions diminish.
Also, loss of feeling of well-being sometimes manifests as depression and lack of motivation, which is a common psychological complication of hormonal imbalance. Many other diseases that middle-age men begin experiencing attributed to decreasing hormone levels are abdominal weight gain, prostate and heart disease, elevated cholesterol and angina.
Critical Hormones for Men:
- Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)
- Growth Hormone (HGH)