What do you do to keep your body in optimum shape?
Do you work out? Try to eat well? Get an occasional treatment to keep your skin glowing, or your body looking the best it can?
If you are on this list, chances are that you try your hardest to stay healthy and fit….
….Except in one area, which is all too often overlooked.
In popular culture, people like to use it like it's a joke -
“Stop being so hormonal…”
“My hormones have gone haywire….”
Hormones are trotted out as an excuse every time someone is a little moody and have come to be seen as something negative.
But there is an unfortunate truth about hormones.
As we grow older, large parts of the population – both women and men – suffer from hormone imbalances which can wreak havoc with our sleep patterns, libido, weight, memory, skin, strength, energy and yes, moods as well.
The tricky part is that a hormone imbalance tends to develop slowly, without us even realizing. You may have the beginnings of an imbalance without seeing symptoms yet.
And often doctors fail to locate hormones as the cause.
Yet even one of those symptoms can make day-to-day life very difficult, leaving you feeling exhausted, depressed, and uncomfortable in your own body. They can damage your relationships and affect your confidence.
Worst of all, when you don’t know what’s wrong with you, it can be incredibly isolating and frustrating.
So what do you do?
First of all, it’s vital that you keep track of how balanced your hormones are – even if you are not showing any symptoms. Just as in any other area, pre-emption here is key to maintaining your good health over the long-term.
You can use bood, saliva or urine to measure specific hormone levels. This can give us a complete and very accurate map of your hormones.
Secondly, when you do discover that your hormones are out of whack, treat them.
The best is to use bio-identical hormones. The clue’s in the name: These are identical to the hormones your body makes, but are extracted from plants, usually yams and soya, in a laboratory.
They are taken either as a cream or as a troche placed under the tongue; a few can be taken by mouth.
For some, this will prevent some of the most difficult physical, mental and emotional symptoms of ageing from emerging. For others, it will restore a quality of life they may not have experienced for several years...
· Giving you back your energy so that you can keep up with your children and younger colleagues
· Improving your memory, so that you can concentrate better
· Boosting your libido so that you can get your sex life back
· Plumping out your skin so that you look younger
· And minimizing the effects of the menopause, including hot flushes, anxiety and depression – symptoms which can affect ageing men as well.
Hormones are a serious business. Let’s get them in check.
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Subj: Male Hormones: Out of Balance?
Subj: When male hormones are out-of-whack
A few nights ago, my neighbor Justin showed me / my partner and I / my husband and I / my wife and I his latest purchase: a beautiful Audi sportback // Ford Mustang // sporty Lexus.
We “oohed” and “aahed” in equal measures as we circled the car.
“You’ll certainly turn heads in this,” I / my partner told him.
“Yeah,” he sighed. “It’s just that everyone thinks I’m having a midlife crisis...”
Although we all laughed, I could tell that Justin was a little upset at this.
And I can totally understand that. After all, when we think about the female ‘mid-life’, it conjures up images of menopause, hot flushes, night sweats and often a very difficult time.
Mention the male mid-life stage and you’re more likely to get funny comments about mid-life crises, leaving your family, Harley Davidsons and ponytails.
So let’s correct a few myths.
Many people don’t believe that the ‘male menopause’ really exists, but it’s a fact of life that in their 40s, most men will have a drop in their testosterone and DHEA hormone levels.
The result can be periods of low energy, anxiety, a lack of concentration and difficulty sleeping, not to mention that men might start losing muscle bulk and hair.
Definitely not funny….
(Nor is it funny if you’re a woman who’s living with a man going through this phase....)
The good news is that there’s plenty to be done about it.
Here at [CLINIC NAME] we can profile patients’ hormones (both men and women), using [NAME THE TEST / EXPLAIN HOW IT’S DONE]. This allows us to diagnose any problems.
If we discover an imbalance, we restore it with bio-identical hormones, which are identical to the hormones your body makes.
We’ve had some terrific success stories...
Tony is a typical case.
A while back, he was struggling to stay awake in the afternoon. His kids had even told him they expected him to be asleep on the weekends, which really upset him.
A hormone test showed that several of them has bottomed out - frankly it was a miracle he was functioning at all!
But once he started taking testosterone (we use bioidentical hormones which are identical to the hormones your body makes, but are extracted from plants in a lab), his energy levels were restored.
He began to see an enormous improvement in the results he saw from his workouts at the gym. He even felt more creative.
So if you, or someone close to you, would like to check hormone levels, the next step is to book a consultation with us.
We’ll take a full medical history, discuss any symptoms and answer your questions before you take the test.
Then, depending on the results, we can work with you to fix any problems.
== > Click here to request a consultation now.
Or call us directly on [INSERT PHONE NUMBER]
Hormone imbalances – in men or women – aren’t funny. They’re serious. Let’s make sure that you (or your partner) are functioning at your optimum.
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