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BodyRx’s male hormone replacement therapy helps men who are suffering from the symptoms of hormonal imbalance such as erectile dysfunction, thinning hair, weight gain, muscle loss, depression, and the symptoms of male menopause (andropause).
Hormones for men match the natural hormones in the body molecule by molecule, making them precise duplications of the male hormones that your body naturally produces.
Natural hormones like testosterone, estrogen and progesterone are easily metabolized, allowing your body to incorporate them without the negative side effects often associated with synthetic hormones.
Male hormones are made from compounds found in plants like wild yam or soy beans. Compounding pharmacies expertly formulate customized medications designed to meet an individual’s specific health care needs. The plant-based hormones are processed to hold an identical structure to male hormones produced by your body.
Andropause, is the result of a gradual drop in testosterone. These hormone changes decline and change with age. As early as 35, men begin to lose testosterone at a rate of one to two percent a year. According to the US Census Bureau, approximately 4-5 million men have symptoms of low testosterone levels and only 5-10% of these men will seek treatment.
A recent World Health Organization (WHO) report analyzed male hormones and found that the testosterone levels in most 70 year old men were 10 percent of the level in males that are 25 years old. By the time men are between the ages of 40 and 55 they can begin experiencing symptoms of andropause.
Testosterone helps the body in building protein and is essential for normal sexual drive, stamina, and in producing erections. Testosterone also contributes to several metabolic functions including bone formation, liver function, prostate gland growth and production of blood cells in bone marrow.
While testosterone is declining in men, the Sex Binding Hormone Globulin (SHBG), also called androgen-binding protein, increases in levels. SHGB inhibits a substantial portion of remaining testosterone from working. The remaining working testosterone is referred to as bioavailable testosterone. Bioavailable testosterone declines with time, causing gradual male menopause symptoms.
Your customized nutrition program is absolutely critical to the success of your overall treatment; this is because the foods you eat affect your hormones. Your body relies on many vitamins and minerals to help produce and manage your hormones and there are numerous interactions between your diet and your hormones. Your body needs good nutrition to assist and maintain hormonal balance.
Diet and a good exercise plan go hand and hand for fitness and hormone health. In order to truly transform your body, you must commit to setting up a fitness routine and keeping to it. It?s a lifestyle change. Making exercise a daily part of your routine will transform your physical and emotional body. Studies show that people who lead a life filled with exercise live the longest and have the lowest incidence of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis.