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My Hormone Replacement Therapy

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For many years some of you who have followed me have wondered how I am able to maintain my physique despite my age. A long time ago I became aware of the relationship between aging and decreasing hormonal levels. I have for many years been on a doctor prescribed Hormone Replacement program. Today I am on a complex physician guided hormone replacement program through Apollo Lifestyle consultants. So, what is the difference between doing cycles of so called Anabolic Steroids vs a physician guided hormone replacement therapy program? Synthetic anabolic steroids mimic the effects of the male sex hormone, testosterone which is a natural anabolic steroid, which can increase muscle mass and strength in short periods of time. There are some highly toxic synthetic anabolic steroids as well as some with very low toxicity. However they all have the common side effect of disturbing your own body’s production and balance of hormones. Hormone replacement therapy does not have to use a synthetic testosterone steroid, but can use a pure form of testosterone, identical to the testosterone produced by your own body, it is called bio identical testosterone and comes without additives from a Compounding pharmacy (contrary to testosterone obtained at a regular pharmacy). The difference between hormone replacement therapy and the use of so called anabolic steroids has a lot to do with non-medical versus medical use, and the use of synthetic forms of testosterone versus the use of pure bio identical testosterone. So there are good and there are bad steroids. There are no common traits (benefits and risks) when it comes to steroids that goes across the board. The subject of legality is mostly about expired patents, competing drugs with current patents and other economic and political factors. There’s no getting around the fact that our bodies age. For men, as we get closer to the middle age mark, natural testosterone production in the body begins to slow down by about one to two percent each year – though this can vary widely. Physicians have been seeing this occur with alarming frequency in much younger men. Some of them as young as the late 20’s to early 30’s. Even some teenage boys today suffers from low testosterone levels. Around age 50 or so, about one-half of men will experience what’s known as “andropause,” which is the result of declining levels of androgenic hormones in the body. The symptoms of andropause will vary from one man to another but may include a decrease in energy (lethargy), diminished libido or less interest in sex, erectile dysfunction (ED), muscle weakness, difficulty sleeping, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings or depression and more. Because of the symptoms’ similarity to what women experience in menopause, andropause is sometimes referred to as the “male menopause,” The goal of hormone replacement therapy is to return abnormal hormone levels to a patient’s previous physiological peak normal and to treat certain medical conditions. Hormone replacement therapy has been used for reductions of heart disease, abnormal blood fat levels, high blood pressure, strokes, type-2 diabetes, and early death. HRT starts with a blood test and medical examination to determine testosterone levels and uncover any potential health risks. This is an important-and necessary–step in order to be certain that testosterone deficiency is indeed the root of the andropause symptoms and not diabetes, hypertension or the result of taking certain medications. HRT has proven beneficial to men suffering from symptoms of andropause resulting from a testosterone deficiency in a number of ways including: Increasing sex drive Increasing muscle mass Increasing strength Improving mood Increasing bone density These are just some of the benefits that are associated with a properly-administered, medically-supervised HRT regimen. Once treatment begins, HRT recipients are monitored for possible side effects or adverse reactions to the treatment. Generally though, this is not the case. The overwhelming majority of HRT recipients are very satisfied with the results, generally reporting few, if any, negative side effects or consequences. If you think you have some of the symptoms of a hormonal deficiency or a hormonal imbalance that I have described above or if you are self medicating, do yourself a favor and seek a consultation with the trained physicians at Apollo Lifestyle Consultants and investigate hormone replacement therapy as a way to greatly improve your life, health and how you feel. https://goo.gl/EKQGNz
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Text Comments (4)
bobs bits (1 year ago)
Thank you for that . Another useful film of invaluable information.Can you give us your opinion on training to failure or not. Thanks
Cool One (1 year ago)
I appreciate your candor in this video, Andreas. However, I never understood how people that are most dedicated to natural foods, organic meats, getting proper amounts of sleep, and other parts of the natural cycle of life, can suddenly feel that the natural body has made a gross mistake in aging and in the natural fluctuations of hormones as we age. Another way of looking at it: Despite millions of years of human existence refining every aspect of natural evolution, are we saying that the natural body as it ages is dead wrong?
8095jleon (1 year ago)
Cool One why accept growing old feeble and dying. Stem cell therapy can literally rejuvenate organs. Are you suggesting that because it's not natural we not do it? Are you one that also doesn't fly?
microspect (1 year ago)
I thought this was going to be the announcement for Kung fury part 2

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