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DHEA

What is DHEA? Dehydroepiandrosterone. What is Dehydroepiandrosterone?

image-12 DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) is produced in the adrenal cortex and in smaller amounts secreted by the brain and testicles. DHEA is another building block to male masculinity. Androgen hormones are the key for males to develop their male sexuality, go through puberty and preserving their male sexual characteristics through adulthood. DHEA is even more important than testosterone in developing and retaining masculinity. Most of the symptoms of andropause are a product of declining testosterone levels which are also known as Low T. What you rarely hear in today’s marketing messages is that it is not all about Low T. In our inter-connected bodies, a decline in testosterone is usually linked to an earlier decline in DHEA. DHEA declines start later than the decline of testosterone, usually around 30, but occur more rapidly and portend further testosterone declines. Under production of DHEA can lead to:

  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Lower sex drive
  • Loss of muscle mass or strength
  • Aching joints
  • Poorly functioning immune system

Appropriate DHEA levels allow for:

  • Increased testosterone production and levels
  • Better body fat ratios
  • Restored muscle
  • Improved flexibility
  • Boosted immune system
  • Improved memory
  • Increased endurance

Hormone therapeutics promotes evaluating of all hormones to target any deficiencies in your overall balance. DHEA supplementation is one of many possibility your physician may prescribe to help you retain your vitality. Physicians believe that appropriate levels of DHEA can help prevent prostate cancer. Physicians do not recommend this course of treatment however, for people diagnosed with prostate cancer as increases in DHEA levels for them could cause increased risk of prostate tumors. Hormone Therapeutics has a number of options to help get your DHEA, testosterone and other hormone levels back in balance. Just click “Contact a Physician” below and schedule your first consultation or to learn more. Contact a Physician to Get Started

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