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  There are two main types of testosterone available, synthetic and bioidentical. Both are manufactured and produced in a lab but the important part is how differently your body reacts to each.   Bioidentical testosterone duplicates the exact chemical and molecular structure of the naturally produced hormone. Therefore, the body thinks it is the real deal, and your body reacts as it should.   Synthetic testosterone does not have the same molecular structure as the naturally produced hormone, so it doesn’t quite fit the receptor. As a result, these hormones can cause unwanted side effects.   Testosterone molecules are a bit like keys to a lock; they have a 3D shape that perfectly fits the hormone receptors. When these molecules attach to the receptor it fits tightly,

Males begin a hormonal decline at age 35 - there is a decrease of 2% of testosterone production per year. As those testosterone levels fall, men begin to experience decreased mental clarity, mood swings, irritability, depression, anxiety, extreme fatigue, and sleep disturbances. Most men do not lose their sex drive, so this can't be used as a marker of hormonal balance!   Often patients are band-aids with antidepressants, sleeping and anxiety pills and a host of other medications. These drugs have additional side effects such as weight gain, zombie like-state, dependency for sleep, and decreased sex drive. These medications do not address the root problem that is causing the symptoms.   In a recent study, men over 55 with higher levels of testosterone showed

You Are Tested Low In Hormones   This one is pretty obvious, but not always acknowledged. Similar to the fact that doctors don’t give insulin to someone who doesn’t test with abnormal levels, doctors test to make sure that your levels are signaling a need for a hormone. If your body is producing a normal level of the hormone, there isn’t a reason to take it. Your body is producing a level that it is happy with, so let it be happy!    Your doctor will be able to look at your other hormone levels and the standard levels for your age, to determine that your results are within a healthy range. Many people assume they are low in a hormone because of age

Defined as either having trouble getting an erection or maintaining an erection. According to recent studies, as many as 52% of men suffer from ED with 40 % being over the age of 40. Achieving an erection is a complex process involving the brain, hormones, nerves, muscles and blood circulation.   Female Sexual Dysfunction   Hypoactive sexual health desire is a common medical condition than affects both peri and post menopausal women. Symptoms include low sexual health desire and satisfaction with sexual health activity. Studies have shown chemical imbalances in the brain can be the cause of these unwanted symptoms.    PT-141 increases both libido and improve overall sexual satisfaction by working directly on the part of the brain involved in sexual health desire. Women report

There has long been a need for new, innovative weight loss solutions. Sources estimate that 39 percent of adults worldwide are overweight and 13 percent of adults are obese.   If you struggle to maintain your weight, you know how frustrating it can be. Extra weight not only affects your self-confidence, but it can lead to joint pain and increase your risk for chronic illnesses. Unfortunately, following a regular exercise and diet regimen can be a challenge, and many current medications have troubling side effects.    Years ago, peptides were considered an option for weight-loss treatment but abandoned despite their enormous potential to help with type 2 diabetes and obesity as well as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antiviral traits. Barriers—such as the human body’s

Peptide Therapy: The Science   Peptide therapy is a new and cutting-edge science that has many potential benefits. Because peptides are naturally produced in the body, the body recognizes them and utilizes them as a natural substance.   Because peptide therapy is still a relatively new treatment in medicine, it has yet to gain the popularity that it deserves. The first peptide therapy was actually introduced in the 1920s — and we know of it today as the widely-used medication for treating diabetes — insulin. That’s right — insulin is technically a peptide therapy.   Insulin is a peptide hormone that works by supplementing production in individuals who cannot otherwise produce it on their own. As a result, blood sugar levels spike causing a vast array

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