Alchemy of Health Webinar Series –Is Testosterone the reason Erectile Function changes?
Testosterone Deficiency in younger men – Is it a thing?
Why is it important?
Whilst it is expected that Testosterone declines with age, it is alarming to observe the prevalence of low Testosterone levels in younger men. Erectile dysfunction (or impotence) and infertility are major stressors in males. Establishing the cause and risk factors is paramount to male hormonal balance.
Low DHEA and Testosterone levels in males can be predictive of male menopause also known as ADAM (Androgen deficiency in the ageing male) or Andropause. As a man enters andropause, the first thing that he notices is a downward spiral in energy and muscle strength; also starts to gain weight around the belly and experience mood changes, what some would call the “Grumpy old man syndrome”.
Don’t think that Testosterone is the answer to all male ills. We need all key players – Estrogen, Testosterone, DHEA, Cortisol, Thyroid, Gut – working together in sync in tune with the body’s natural rhythms.
The natural decline of hormone levels in aging men also poses an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and prostate problems.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The play of hormones in a male
- Signs and symptoms of an aging male
- Sex hormones and neurotransmitters in erectile function
- Male hormones in prostate conditions
- Current treatments and pitfalls for balancing male hormones
- Pharmaceutical and natural management of erectile function, andropause and prostate health
This offering provides CPD continuing professional development credits for CMA and ATMS