Testosterone, is a male hormone secreted in women mainly by the adrenals and secondarily by the ovaries, plays a role in sexual desire and the sensitivity of the clitoris. It is also an energizing hormone that tones muscles and mood, improves dry skin and cellulite.
It is indicated especially in postmenopausal women to reduce their risk of osteoporosis. Testosterone circulates in the blood in two forms:
Total. Bound to the SHBG protein = little effect on the body.
Free. Bio available = usable by the organism
1. Lack of energy, fatigue
2. Mood disorders
3. Loss of sexual desire and lack of the clitoris sensitivity
4. Dry skin and dry brittle hair
5. A Flabby body
6. Increased fat with a flabby belly
8. Small wrinkles around the mouth
The treatment can be done with 1% liposomal gel, intermittently after ruling out thrombosis, cardiovascular disease and various cancers.
7. THYROID HORMONES
Low growth hormone levels make it virtually impossible for you to burn fat and build muscle.
Did you know that after you turn 18, your growth hormone starts to slowly decline?
By the time most of us are 30 years old, our bodies no longer produce enough HGH to repair all of the damage that is occurring in our bodies.
As Our HGH levels continue to decline, the damage that we call AGING continues to accelerate.
This means that every single year it gets tougher to gain muscle and lose fat. And... every year it starts to take a ton of effort just to maintain your current muscle mass… and you have to go on crazy diets to avoid gaining fat.
1. Dwindling muscle mass (You’re losing muscle even though you are going hard in the gym).
2. Decreased strength (despite training well).
3. Loss of sexual desire.
4. Decreased stamina (you’ve never before needed this many breaks while working out).
5. Unexplained increases in belly fat (even when eating clean).
6. Anxiety and sadness (you feel down, even when things are going well).
7. Trouble recovering from your workouts (you’re fatigued no matter how much you sleep!).
You might be suffering from low HGH.
If that’s you, don’t worry. This can be correctly diagnosed through a simple blood test.