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Treating testosterone deficiency / DHEA naturally
Known as a male hormone, androgens are also naturally present in the female body in low quantities. However, just because there are low quantities in the female organism doesn’t mean that a deficiency cannot seriously impact the female body. Of course, the male organism can also suffer from a deficiency.
The problems associated with an androgen deficiency, especially the loss of libido – to give but a few examples – can be managed by exercise, by avoiding alcohol and by looking after your weight without having to undergo any hormone therapy. Physical activity, above all else, leads to an increase in testosterone production which can be documented by a blood test.
How do you notice a deficiency?
Persons with an androgen deficiency display the following symptoms:
- Chronic fatigue
· Drop in physical performance
· Drop in mental performance
· Poor memory
· Reduced tolerance to stress
· Loss of libido
· Lipometabolic disorder
· Dry skin
· Muscle/skin atrophy
· Loss of hair on body/head
· Breast enlargement (in women)
· Potency problems (in men)
(Bioidentical) testosterone and DHEA can help:
- Increase libido and potency
· Promote fat burning
· Improve performance
· Protect against Alzheimer’s
· Improve cognitive function
· Protect and support myocardial tissue
· Stabilise bones
· Promote muscle development
· Promote immune defence
· Promote hair growth
· Promote general well-being
· Improve sleep
· to give but a few examples
Testosterone and DHEA are only available on prescription. They should only be administered under medical supervision and after a blood test with the corresponding result.
Determining the levels depends on the amount of free testosterone.