Natural Life News • July–August 2017
Life Enhancement with Dr. Michael Lang, ND, ABHRT
Testosterone for women has many known and well-researched benefits. Just like men, testosterone will increase the muscle mass and strength in a women. It will increase body sculpting without the huge bulking up that men get. As testosterone is the hormone of desire, it will increase sexual interest and libido. It will increase the emotional sense of well-being in a women.
Testosterone has an anti-depressant action in the brain. It will decrease body fat, maintain bone strength, increase muscle, and tighten up sagging skin.
The causes of lowered Testosterone levels are many, but menopause is the major cause. Stress (PTSD), depression, psychological trauma, adrenal issues, and heavy medications, especially chemotherapy, will all lower testosterone in women.
What kind of symptoms might indication a loss of testosterone in a women? You may be surprised. The majority of women in their 40s, 50s, and beyond have low testosterone.
- Have you had trouble losing weight after 40—or are you the same weight, but flabbier?
- Do you sometimes feel your brain is foggy?
- Does your doctor say you have osteoporosis or osteopenia?
- Do you feel fatigued most of the time?
- Do you feel less sexy than you used to?
- Do you have mood swings?
- Has your hair become thinner and drier?
- Do your cheeks sag and your eyelids droop?
- Are your lips thinner?
These are some of the signs of a testosterone deficiency in women over 40. Over 50, it gets worse, mostly due to menopause, when women’s hormones drop off to basically zero!
Can you relate to the above symptoms? If so, are you willing to be proactive about improving the quality of your life? Testosterone may be a great place to start as part of a comprehensive bio-identical hormone replacement program. Further info may be found at TheVitalLife.net website.
Call Dr. Michael Lang, ND, ABHRT, for an appointment at (406) 586-1100. To learn more about services, visit TheVitalLife.net. Office at 704 N. 22nd Avenue, Suite #1, Bozeman. Facebook: thevitallife.