What Are The Benefits Of Hormone Balancing For Men?

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Many parts of life require a sense of equilibrium. Work-life balance allows us to take pleasure in the rewards of our efforts. Long-term security is built on a foundation of financial balance. We can develop mutually beneficial ties with others if we maintain balance in our interactions.

Balance is also necessary to keep our internal environment working well, compensating for pressures and unforeseen events. For our bodies to sustain health and optimum functionality, a variety of processes must be balanced, but hormones play a particularly important role. Consider the potential for internal chaos if your hormones—the chemical messengers in charge of moderating many critical processes in our bodies—are out of whack.

Hormonal imbalance in men, unfortunately, closely accompanies the aging process. While most women see a dramatic and irreversible drop in natural estrogen levels in their forties, most males endure a steady and cumulative loss of testosterone starting around the age of 30, at a rate of around 1-2 percent each year.

However, for some guys, the pace of decrease is significantly rapid, far faster than the body can adapt. The consequences can be felt throughout the body, causing both disruptive and uncomfortable symptoms. This hormone imbalance, also known as male menopause or andropause, can make natural aging difficult for males, leaving them frantic to find strategies to regulate male hormones.

How Significant Is Hormone Imbalance for Men?

Men with specific malignancies and those who utilize anabolic steroids are more likely to have too much testosterone. Low testosterone, on the other hand, is a typical occurrence that worsens with age; according to one estimate, 30% of men aged 60-70 and 70% of those aged 70-80 have low testosterone levels. Even though not all men will suffer symptoms, those who do may find their lives disrupted in a variety of ways. The loss of libido can have a significant impact on your most essential relationships. Exercise and physical activity are affected by changing energy levels and stamina.

Mood swings and cognitive issues can cause problems in both your personal and professional lives. Body composition changes might have an impact on your self-esteem and body image. You may feel disappointed and frustrated as a result of each of these symptoms and their sequelae.

Types of Male Hormone Imbalance

The majority of male hormone abnormalities can be classified into one of four categories.:

Andropause: This is the most prevalent type of male hormonal imbalance, sometimes known as male menopause.

Adrenal fatigue: Your adrenal glands may reduce the production of cortisol, a stress hormone if you are stressed out for a long time.

Hypothyroidism: When the thyroid gland becomes underactive, this disease develops.

Treating Male Hormone Imbalance

Male hormone imbalance can, fortunately, be successfully corrected. Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy is usually the treatment of choice (BHRT). To gently adjust your hormone levels, this natural treatment uses biologically identical replacement hormones, which are available in tablet, cream, gel, and skin patch forms.

When taken appropriately, the hormones are derived from natural sources and have virtually no negative effects. We will prescribe and change them according to your specific requirements. We may also suggest dietary, exercise, and lifestyle adjustments to help you get the most out of your hormone replacement therapy.

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Atlas Health Medical Group in Gilbert, Arizona specializes in providing Naturopathic / Functional Medicine to the East Valley including Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, San Tan and Queen Creek. You may be searching for a hormone doctor if you’re having health issues, especially since your hormones play a huge role in the overall health and functioning of your body. Every single part of your body relies on hormones to do it properly, which is why the endocrine system is so important. If your endocrine system isn’t working properly, it leads to both acute and chronic health problems. Luckily, there are options to correct a hormone imbalance. Continue reading to explore how to identify hormone imbalances, why hormone balances occur, and how to balance hormones using hormone replacement therapy and beyond.  Contact us today for your first appointment!

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