Hormone decline

What is hormone decline?

As we age, both men and women experience a natural decline in hormone levels. This occurs as the glands and organs that produce hormones like testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, and DHEA slow down. Typically, hormone declines begin around age 30 and continue gradually over decades.

Some key signs of hormonal imbalance from declining hormones include:

The most problematic declining hormones are testosterone in men and estrogen in women. Lower testosterone causes symptoms like low energy, brain fog, loss of muscle mass, weight gain, and emotional issues in men. Whereas dropping estrogen during perimenopause and menopause leads to hot flashes, vaginal dryness, bladder issues, and interrupted sleep for women.

Can hormones be replaced?

The good news is that natural hormone replacement therapy can help alleviate symptoms of hormonal decline in both sexes. Bioidentical hormones like testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone can be prescribed to get your levels back up to an optimal range.

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Here's a quick overview of their unique process:

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