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Just a Few of the Major Hormones:
DHEA is a very powerful precursor to all of your major sex hormones: estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. It is referred to as the “mother hormone”. It is produced by the adrenal glands (which are on top of the kidneys). Adrenal fatigue or exhaustion from poor nutrition, yo-yo dieting, physical and emotional stresses; means your adrenals are “tired” and can’t produce enough DHEA.
When DHEA levels are low, your body does not have enough working material to function properly. This throws off your hormone production and you feel a general sense of malaise, along with other symptoms of hormonal imbalance — how severe depends on how many other demands are being made on your body at the same time.
One thing we do know is that adequate levels of DHEA are needed to ensure your body can produce the hormones it needs when it needs them. In that balanced state your mood is stable and you feel clear-headed, joyful and vigorous. DHEA is the best “feel-good” hormone we know. And it works quickly and effectively when taken with the right combination of support.
Is a hormone that is found in both men and women. In men, it is produced in the testes and in women; it is produced in the ovaries. In both sexes, it helps promote healthy sexual desire and function. It also helps maintain healthy bones and muscle tone and strength.
In men, low testosterone may lead to decreased sexual function and desire, infertility, and erectile dysfunction. Loss of hair, decreased muscle mass, and osteoporosis or decreased bone density may occur.
While low testosterone is usually thought of as a male disease, low levels may occur in women and cause significant issues. Symptoms may include hot flashes, irritability, loss of sexual desire (decreased libido), and sleep disturbances. Loss of muscle mass, decreased bone density (osteoporosis), and loss of body hair may also be seen.
Estrogen is the main female hormone. It is what makes women – women. It is made in the ovaries and is crucial for the reproductive cycle. An estrogen imbalance with low estrogen levels may result in painful intercourse, urinary tract infections, and incontinence.
All of your skin may be affected badly by low estrogen. Skin dryness, itching and feeling the 'creepy crawlies' can all be the result of low estrogen levels as we age. Dryness can also be experienced by your eyes, your nails and even your hair, resulting in thinning hair and hair loss.
Because low estrogen affects brain receptors, apathy, depression, feelings of isolation, anxiousness and moodiness can also be experienced by a woman with an estrogen imbalance. Estrogen is vitally important to clear thinking and memory. Women with low estrogen may have foggy thinking and short term memory loss.
Many women experiencing a drop in estrogen levels notice that they are suffering from significant fatigue.
Progesterone and estrogen levels decline as a woman ages, particularly when menopause occurs. Low progesterone levels affect the menstrual cycle and also contribute to aging. The skin loses its elasticity while the bones may become brittle and weak increasing the risk of conditions such as osteoporosis.
Sermorelin has now become as effective as Human Growth Hormone (HGH).
The purpose of Sermorelin Therapy is to stimulate the pituitary gland to increase growth hormone production.
Benefits of Sermorelin Therapy:
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)
HCG Is a very powerful hormone that stimulates the body to maintain and sustain its own natural testosterone production.
The latest research suggests that diet, exercise and HCG supplementation increases the body’s ability to eliminate excess fat. Therefore it is extremely beneficial for those looking to shed some extra weight. It aids in increasing the body’s metabolism rate.