At The Healthicians we believe that in order to keep a vibrant lifestyle and promote longevity, our hormones need to be balanced and within healthy ranges. Our philosophy is science based, with a holistic approach. Most of the time we can bring hormones to optimal levels with different herbs and supplements as well as lifestyle and nutrition changes. However, we know there is a space and a need for bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). When taking this route, it is important to implement a hybrid program between natural and medical to make sure that organs and lipids stay within normal ranges, as well as the natural hormones keep active in order to maximize results. We can do this by mixing different herbs and supplements with the bio-identical hormones to keep our bodies as healthy as possible.
Hormone Replacement Therapy & Erectile Dysfunction
What You Need to Know
Even if you are a healthy individual, hormone levels decline during the aging process for both men and women. Evidence shows that keeping hormones balanced improve quality of life and suggests reduced risk of chronic diseases.
Roughly 40% of men over the age of 45 have low serum testosterone, this increases with age. Also, evidence shows that around 40% of men with high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels will have low testosterone. Research has been consistent over the years with 50% of men with diabetes or obesity having low testosterone.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), or hormone replacement therapy (HRT), has been shown to improve energy, libido (sex drive), lean muscle mass, reduced body fat, improve sleep quality, achieve better erections, higher energy level, and a significant decrease in depression. Some data has been shown to support that increasing testosterone levels may increase bone mineral density, therefore decreasing bone fracture risks.
- HRT Initial Consult & Labs ($250)
- HRT Monthly Membership ($200/Month)
Symptoms of Low Testosterone
- Weight Gain
- Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
- Vaginal Dryness
- Low Sex Drive
- Muscle Loss
- Memory Loss
- Hair Loss
- Hot Flashes
- Mood Changes
- Night Sweats
- Brain Fog