Hormone Imbalance & What You Can do About It!

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When I talk to patients about hormone replacement therapy, I like to tell them that we take your hormone imbalance and restore it to it’s proper level.

There are many critical hormones in your body. In order to have you functioning your best, they all must interact together in kind of complex dance. If one is out of step, the whole performance falls apart!

Under the best of circumstances, your body tends to keep your hormones balanced. But, many things can throw it off. Stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, can all knock the delicate balance of your hormones out of whack. The result is fatigue, lack of energy, mood swings, and sexual wellness issues – all the things we normally attribute to aging – but that really are a sign of hormone imbalance.

The good news is, even before we discuss the possibilities of hormone replacement therapies, or HRT, there are many things you can do to help with your hormone imbalance, that will keep your hormones balanced!

Hormone Imbalance Facts

Nothing is more important to the way you think, feel and perform, than your hormones. These little chemical messengers are basically what get you through the day.

Your ability to get out of bed in the morning, how you feel when you do, how you will perform physically and mentally during the day, and if you feel “up to” a little romance when you get home at night, are all regulated by your hormones.

HGH can help your hormone imbalanceAs you get older, the levels of critical hormones all decline. The most significant of these are testosterone, and human growth hormone, or HGH. These are not only essential to your physical and mental well-being, but they influence the production of other hormones.

The drop in testosterone and HGH as you get older causes the whole system to get thrown off.

Stress further adds to hormone imbalance. High stress produces more cortisol, and cortisol is a hormone that interferes with the production of testosterone and HGH.

Lack of sleep also adds to this hormone imbalance, as HGH and Testosterone are replenished during restful sleep.

The best way to break this cycle and pump your levels, is to “pump it up.” Heavy and intense exercise improves testosterone and HGH levels, and causes cortisol levels to drop. High Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT in particular, is great for this.

Combine regular exercise with a good diet, and you create the best weapon against the worst hormone crusher – belly fat!

Other ways to pump up your testosterone naturally include:

 

  • Minimizing the consumption of alcohol
  • Minimizing the use of recreational drugs, including marijuana
  • Getting enough sleep can also raise your testosterone levels
  • Practice stress reduction techniques such as yoga, meditation or Tai Chi
  • Quit smoking
  • Fight negativity, have more positive thoughts

 

The Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy

Testopsterone can help with hormone imbalanceIf you are between the ages of 35 and 55, and you do all of the above, yet still find that you are:

  • Tired
  • Depressed
  • Gaining weight
  • Losing muscle
  • Have sexual issues

If you have a hormone imbalance you may benefit from hormone replacement therapy or HRT.

HRT can replace what time and stress takes away. HRT can help bring your hormone imbalance back to normal. HRT can be used to optimize your testosterone levels, or your HGH levels, or both.

But, the only way to tell if you are a candidate for HRT is to have your levels checked by a qualified professional. Why not contact our offices today? Speak with one of our concierge age-management counselors.

You may even qualify for a free consultation, or your first month’s supply of testosterone completely free!

You can find out a lot more about the benefits of HRT, and many other ways to age optimally in my new full length book, Great Gains For Life.

 

Have you or anyone you know tried any HRT treatments? What were the results?

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  1. Steve
    Posted October 30, 2015 at 12:47 pm | Permalink

    Thanks, It’s good to know that there are ways to try to hack your levels before trying HRT… I am going to try making these kinds of changes…I will keep you posted how it turns out!

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