“Total” vs. “Free” Testosterone: What’s the Difference?
Testosterone is a vital hormone for both men and women. Most of the testosterone in the bloodstream is bound to two proteins: albumin and sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG). There is however some testosterone in the blood that is not attached to these proteins, this is what is referred to as “free testosterone.”
Hormone Replacement For Women
Until recently, women were forced to take one size fits all medications that were not biologically identical to the hormones they were missing, often resulting in troublesome and sometimes dangerous side effects. Hormone Logics treats each women individually and provides the exact and consistence maintenance of natural hormone levels available. The benefits of Bio Identical Hormone Replacement are:
Benefits of Supplemental Testosterone
Men suffer needlessly from testosterone deficiency either because hormone deficiency goes unrecognized or the male does not talk about it, especially as it relates to any perceived decline in sexual function. Decreased enjoyment of life, decline in competitive drive or decreased enthusiasm, are all symptoms of hormone imbalance in men. The image below shows the difference male hormones can make within the male body.
Optimize Your Physical State, Feel Like You Are in Your 20s Again!
Aging is difficult enough for women without having to suffer from declining hormone levels. Women often complain of a diminished sense of well-being, chronic fatigue, and a loss of libido just to mention a few hormone imbalance symptoms. This is not necessary! Once women realize they can restore their natural hormones (their bodies once made abundantly) with bio identical hormones, they can restore their energy, feelings of well-being, and sexuality.
Women’s Hormone Deficiencies
For many women there is a tremendous void in treatment of menopause symptoms. Hot flashes and mood swings are just the tip of the iceberg. Some of the earlier signs of symptoms of estrogen deficiency are frequent waking at night, mental fogginess, short-term retention problems, loss of energy, irritability, depression, and lack of enjoyment of sexual activity.