Hormones for Men

As the most abundant steroid hormone in the body, DHEA is mainly produced in the brain, adrenal glands, and gonads. It is also a precursor to the sex hormones testosterone and estrogen. DHEA levels fall dramatically by age 40, making the body more susceptible to infections, cancer, depression, fatigue, cardiovascular dysfunction, and cognitive deterioration. Restoring DHEA benefits energy, immunity, cognition, mood, and neurological health. It helps the breakdown of fat and cholesterol to improve body composition and cardiovascular health.

  • Restore energy
  • Sustain the immune system
  • Balance insulin and cortisol levels
  • Protect the heart and mental function

Testosterone is a steroid hormone that maintains muscle mass, strength, endurance, cardiovascular function, and sexual health. This primary hormone starts to decline in men around 30 years old, which can increase body fat, promote growth in the prostate gland, and elevate cardiovascular and diabetes risks. Supplementing with testosterone can benefit your heart, mood, energy, libido, bone and muscle health.For more information on the health benefits of testosterone replacement, go to: RESEARCH

  • Decrease body fat
  • Improve muscle strength and endurance
  • Protect against heart disease, stroke, and diabetes

Melatonin is produced by the pineal gland. Like many hormones, its production declines significantly by age 40. Melatonin controls our circadian rhythm: it improves quality of sleep by increasing REM sleep and deep (stage IV) sleep. During this deep stage of sleep the immune system is stimulated, and melatonin has been found to modulate immune function by activating the cytokine system (lymphocytic function). In addition, it is an unusually powerful anti-oxidant. It is therefore not surprising that multiple randomized controlled trials have shown benefit from melatonin in the treatment of cancer.

Improved quality of sleep, immune system function and cancer protection with virtually no side effects makes Melatonin an ideal adjunct to any Age Management program.

  • Restore sleep
  • Improve mood and immunity
  • Cancer-fighting benefits

The thyroid gland secretes hormones that regulate critical metabolic functions. The two main thyroid hormones are thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). These hormones regulate body temperature, metabolism, energy, cholesterol, weight, and cognitive function. As we age, thyroid hormone production can decline, causing a condition known as hypothyroidism. Thyroid is the only hormone that affects virtually every cell in the body; thus, there are dozens of symptoms related to hypothyroidism, including fatigue, weight gain, depression, poor circulation, and dry skin, hair and nails. Restoring optimal thyroid function can significantly increase energy levels, metabolism, mood and sense of well-being, as well as decrease your risk of heart disease. For more details go to: RESEARCH

  • Maintain weight and energy
  • Improve concentration and mood
  • Aid cellular growth and metabolic function