It has been observed, that hormones decrease by 1 to 3% every year. It starts at the age of 30, and drops by 20 to 40% at the age of 50.
Testosterone is the hormone which starts decreasing for men and women. Weight gain and a decrease in sex drive are the first signs that this is taking place. Estrogen, which is your fat storing hormone takes on more roles when your sex hormone, testosterone, decreases.
Our hormones play different tasks in every person, and normally depends upon different situation of hormones like testosterone, thyroid, DHEA, estrogen, HGH (Human Growth Hormone), and cortisol.
When we talk about estrogen, ailments like heart disease, osteoporosis, incontinence and Alzheimer’s disease are protected and guarded by estrogen. It has also a good impact towards our skin tone, digestive system, sensory functions, emotional well-being, cognitive insight, sensory function and digestion.
Level of energy and libido on the other hand are enhanced by testosterone hormone. It also helps build muscles to strengthen the bones. Numerous functions are carried out by testosterone, among which includes muscle tone support, function of brain and health of the heart.
Research tells us that as we age, our HGH drops, and is linked with several factors of aging such as loss of hair pigment, grey hair, muscle loss, decrease in body fat, CVD, osteoporosis, sexual dysfunction, and the life span also declines.
There will be a gradual change in our health which we’ll slowly notice. Many signs and symptoms will be observed after several years when the levels of hormone stops. These symptoms include diminished libido, waning energy, decreased lean muscle, enlarged body fat, damaged bones, decrease in skin softness, recall lapses, cardiovascular disease, irritability, and mood swings.
At American Longevity Center, medicines for such are used. It is our duty to make you feel healthy and to avoid such diseases. 95% of people trust our facilities and a lot of those whom we already treated told us about their satisfaction and that they just love to get changed and look better in just a couple of weeks.
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