Decreased muscle mass

What is decreased muscle mass?

Decreased muscle mass, known medically as sarcopenia, is a common condition characterized by loss of skeletal muscle tissue, muscle strength, and physical function. This progressive loss of muscle mass tends to happen naturally with age, typically accelerating after age 50, but there are other potential causes as well.

Some key points about decreased muscle mass:

So how do you know if you may have decreased muscle mass associated with aging? Some common signs are struggling to rise from a chair, difficulty climbing stairs, problems with joint movement, frequent falls or inability to carry heavy objects.

If you think you may be dealing with age-related muscle loss, I highly recommend having your hormone levels checked by an anti-aging specialist. Imbalances in key hormones like testosterone, growth hormone and DHEA can accelerate sarcopenia.

The physicians at Hormone Harmony specialize in hormonal balance and cutting-edge therapies to counteract decreased muscle mass. They can assess your hormone levels and determine if hormone replacement therapy may help you rebuild muscle strength while also boosting energy, mental sharpness and metabolism.

Their individualized treatment regimens couple bioidentical hormone therapies with customized nutrition and fitness guidance to help patients achieve peak vitality. Hormone Harmony utilizes the latest lab testing, virtual consult options and both short- and longer-acting hormone therapies to make optimized hormonal health convenient and affordable.

In summary, if you notice progressive muscle loss interfering with your active lifestyle, consider getting a quick online consult with the "Muscle Loss Experts" at Hormone Harmony. Their holistic solutions can help restore lean muscle mass, allowing you to stay independent and vibrant at any age!

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