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From Blah To Aha
“I didn’t think I needed hormone treatment,” says 62-year-old Saroya. She remembers limping into a local bioidentical hormone replacement center five years ago. “After my first insert, I felt a vibrancy and aliveness in my body that I hadn’t felt for years,” Saroya says. “And I can walk fast without pain now.”
Do you see declining hormone levels as a natural part of aging? The sex hormones – estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – not only affect your sex life, but also your energy levels, your capacity for maintaining muscle and keeping weight off, and your ability to think clearly. Why should you have to live with a declining body and mind? The answer is simple: You don’t.
With careful restoration of the three sex hormones through bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), adults can rediscover the vitality they need to enjoy life. The most recent research on hormone replacement supports not only its safety, but also the fact that women and men replenishing their hormones live longer and suffer less incidence of cancer, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.
Bioidentical hormones can be administered via subcutaneous pellets, creams and injections. Unlike synthetic hormones, these bioidenticals duplicate the molecular structure of the hormones made by the human body. Bioidenticals come in a wide range of dosage levels, as to allow therapy to be better tailored to your biospecific needs.
“It seemed like I was dragging myself around all the time,” says Paul, a 56-year-old HRT patient, “and even though I hadn’t changed my work-outs, my muscles seemed to be losing mass.”
“The testosterone replacement has made a huge difference,” he adds. “My energy is up, my muscles have better definition and my stomach is flatter, too. I feel like myself again.”
Don’t settle for feeling “old.” By restoring your hormones to optimal levels with BHRT, you can reclaim your vitality and rediscover the many pleasures life has to offer. Contact a bioidentical hormone specialist to learn more today.