[sharify] Hormones naturally decline as you age, and hormone deficiencies are a great contributor to the symptoms that we commonly associate with aging, such as: hair loss, fatigue, lowered libido, bone loss, muscle loss, cognitive decline, thinning skin and reduced metabolism. Hormones can also decline from things such as: stress, toxic overload, menopause, infections, organ and gland disorders (thyroid disease, adrenal fatigue, liver toxicity etc.), eating disorders, and an unhealthy diet.
Fox News has been reporting on nutrition and how it ultimately affects the body and all aspects of our lives. They are doing this based on the research and experience of doctors, nutritionists, and other practitioners. According to recent surveys, most adults, young and older, still believe that being sick is inevitable, a part of life. The large majority associate a decline in health as a natural part of getting older. Nothing could be farther from the truth. With proper care the human body can last and maintain optimal function as long as there is life.
[sharify] As women age hormone levels naturally decline and estrogen, prolactin and human growth hormone usually decrease significantly. Declining hormone levels are responsible for many menopausal symptoms and a slew of other symptoms commonly associated with aging, such as memory loss, irritability, fatigue, night sweats, loss of libido, reduced vaginal lubrication, bone density loss, reduction of skin elasticity, increased risk for cardiovascular disease, and urinary dysfunction. Fortunately, these symptoms can be prevented and/or reversed with the use of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).