Choosing Which (Testosterone) Therapy is Best For You
When men think about their testosterone levels it is often already late in the game. Not feeling optimal, perhaps fighting some heart issues, cholesterol challenges, or perhaps starting to feel old, happens more and more in men over forty. Hormones are essential to life and to living healthy. By doing some blood tests you may become a lot wiser about yourself; and more motivated to improve or maintain your good health.
Cancer is the #2 cause of death in this country, and has been for decades. Billions of dollars have been assigned, fundraised, and donated to find a cure. Perhaps there is none? Perhaps we have had cures right under our noses that have been suppressed by western medicine. What can/would you do if you were diagnosed?
So many men are powerful in the brain: they know what they want; they know/remember how to do things; and they can talk a good game. However, more and more men don't 'feel' the way they talk. The reason is that their hormones have changed with age. Sadly, today that is not an 'old-man" disorder anymore; many young men experience decreased testosterone, and they don't know what or why? This article provides some newer research and thoughts for a fresh approach.
After discussing symptoms and causes, and a probable relationship to an imbalance of hormones (especially in women), this article discusses thyroid hormones such as T4 and T3, as well as autoimmune disorders Hashimoto's and Graves'.
In women hypothyroidism is often caused by progesterone deficiency, which is a common ailment involving an imbalance between estrogen and progesterone. Read on to learn signs and symptoms that may indicate you're living with hyperthyroidism.