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Low testosterone in women has similar consequences as in men, diminishing drive, sexual enjoyment, endurance and strength. It compromises emotional resilience and mental faculties. There are receptors throughout the nervous system that need this hormone for proper brain and nerve function.
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Lack of T hormone, which is needed for strong, smooth skin is related to vaginal dryness and painful sex. When women's' levels of T are low, thinning of skin and mucous membranes results.
IMPORTANT: Please remember there are no 'instant cures' that have solid, lasting results.
Low Testosterone in women IS solved by addressing the problem from many angles. Diet, supplements, exercise program (or lack thereof), detoxification protocol, neurotransmitter balance, metabolic balance, sleep habits and other lifestyle choices are very important determinants of hormone levels.
Know the symptoms, causes and ways to prevent or solve this problem...
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3 - Serious weight training
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Lack of sexual desire is one of the most common symptoms, often accompanied by less intense orgasmic experiences. Sex just doesn't seem as satisfying as before.
In addition, T is important for the resilience and strength of all tissues in the body including the entrance and walls of the vagina. Reduced T can lead to vaginal dryness and tissue weakening to the point where penetrative sex becomes painful rather than pleasurable.
Other signs of low testosterone in women include declining endurance and strength. If you do weight training or endurance workouts, you may find it requires more effort to do things that were easy before.
You may notice undesirable changes in the contours of your body, particularly if you love to work out. Low testosterone in women has similar effects in men and women; it becomes harder to build AND maintain muscle mass.
Lack of T can also lead to bone loss, especially if you are susceptible to begin with.
Low testosterone in women also can result in lowered confidence and self-esteem, fatigue and compromised mental ability, since the nervous system has receptors for this hormone.
While some other bioidentical hormones such as USP Progesterone and USP Estriol are generally safe and beneficial for women who are menopausal and beyond, Testosterone Replacement Therapy can derail your vitality.
This is because most women are able to produce their own Testosterone in ovaries and adrenal glands well past menopause.
Did you know that bioidentical T supplementation can EASILY cause your body to down regulate its own hormone output?
This means that - sometimes permanently - it diminishes your body's ability to produce hormones on its own, leaving you dependent on a bioidentical hormone prescription!
You may be interested to know that there are a host of natural ways you can optimize T production and utilization
Don't get me wrong - I am in favor of bio identical hormone supplementation WHEN it is appropriate! Do solicit the opinion of your MD.
However, it is tempting to do things backwards when it comes to low testosterone in women.
Why? Because you want a solution right now.
Beware! It is too easy to look at it in a linear way - 'too little testosterone means a hormone supplement is needed.'
Hormone supplementation, even natural bioidentical Testosterone, should be a LAST step!
Testosterone supplementation for both men and women is a VERY tricky path!
Why..? Because it is a big challenge to supplement just enough to be effective and not give too much which then compromises the body's own T production!
There are no quick fixes. What appear to be 'magic pills' have their downside.
The approach that will yield the most lasting and satisfying results is to do everything you possibly can to optimize your body's own T production.
**REMEMBER, the more you do to create ALL aspects of optimal health, the more likely your body will boost testosterone production on its own.**
If you supplement - even bioidentical hormones - on a shaky foundation, it won't have the profound and long term effectiveness you would have with the support an optimally healthy protocol.
Once you have built a solid foundation of a comprehensive approach to optimal health, need for hormone supplementation will likely diminish.
You may find that simply adding a transdermal cream that aids the body in producing and utilizing its own testosterone brings your sexual response, confidence and energy up to where you want them.
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