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Rediscover Youth With Hormone Therapy

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2015 05:03 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Hormones are the stuff of life. When we are young and they are in balance, we look great, are fertile, have no wrinkles, sleep well, and have a strong libido. We quickly recover after numerous nights of partying and without dark circles under our eyes.

As we age and our hormone levels decline, we start to lose our sex drive, gain weight, and sleep poorly.

But the good news is that you don’t have to suffer with low hormones or hormone imbalance. Taking the correct balance of estradiol, progesterone, testosterone, adrenal support, and thyroid hormones, along with the proper diet, exercise regimen, sleep, and positive relationships will keep you healthy and youthful.

But the key is to find the right doctor with the right experience in the area of bioidentical hormones.

The way to choose the doctor is the same as I explained earlier, with one caveat. You want a well-trained conventional doctor who also has experience with bioidentical hormones.

I have been working with hormones for men and women for more than 20 years, have been taking them myself for 18 years, and teach doctors how to do it right.

In 2007, I started the not-for-profit bhionline.org with a few other doctors who also specialize in wellness and prevention and work with hormones, including Dr. David Brownstein.

We did this in association with State University of New York– Downstate College of Medicine in NYC and are training other doctors to work with bioidentical hormones.

For readers who live near New York City, my practice in Manhattan, which includes other physicians and a nutritionist, exercise trainer, and psychotherapist, is accepting new patients. Just call our office at 212-873-3420.

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