Men, Hormones, and Aging

The male endocrine system is a complex collection of glands that control all of a man’s basic body functions.

Hormones

These glands — located in the brain, thyroid, thymus, pancreas and testes — produce various hormones that travel through the body to organs and tissues, where they trigger responses, such as growth or sexual development.

And along with diet, lifestyle, or genetics…

… The rate at which a guy’s hormone production in these glands declines has a HUGE impact on how aging affects his life.

Primary Hormones Associated With Aging

Of all of the male hormones, there are three that are most closely associated with aging:

Testosterone:

The principal sex hormone, testosterone is produced in the testes, and is responsible for the development of the male reproductive system, as well as secondary sex characteristics, like increased muscle, bone mass, and hair growth.

Testosterone also plays a role in mental concentration, mood, the immune system, cholesterol regulation, bone health, and sex drive.

HGH (the "youth hormone"):

HGH is produced in the brain’s pituitary gland, and is the master gland that regulates the entire hormone system. As its name implies, it’s responsible for the growth of the human body, from childhood to adulthood.

HGH is also responsible for increasing muscle mass, strengthening bone, stimulating the immune system, and synthesizing proteins.

DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone):

This is the most plentiful hormone in the body, and is often referred to as the “master” or “mother” hormone, because the body converts it into other hormones, such as testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, and corticosterone.

Male Hormones in Decline

The production of all of these critical hormones begins to slowly decline, usually when a man is 25-30 years old.

hormones begins to slowly decline

In the case of testosterone, for instance, production decreases by approximately 1% per year, starting when a man is in his early 20s. So by the time he reaches his mid-50s, he will only produce 75% as much testosterone, and by the time he reaches his 70, only half as much.

This decline in hormone production (a.k.a. andropause) is due primarily to the natural slowdown of the glands that regulate hormone production in the body.

The signs of declining testosterone, HGH, and DHEA include:

Depression, feelings of anger, loss of sexual appetite, erection and sexual performance difficulties, weight gain (particularly around the abdomen), loss of strength and muscle tone, thinning hair, night sweats, and even osteoporosis.

Slowing the Decline of Hormones

suffering from andropause

Fortunately, science has now proven that many of these signs of declining hormones can be relieved, and in some cases almost reversed.

In extreme cases of hormonal deficiencies for which medical intervention is warranted, some men need hormone replacement therapy…

This involves replacing missing testosterone or HGH in your body through injections of synthetic hormones.

For cases of normal aging, there is thankfully a much safer more convenient, more afforordable option: natural herbal supplementation with Provacyl™.

Provacyl™ can help kick start your body to begin naturally releasing higher levels of key male hormones again — like testosterone, HGH, and DHEA — resulting in increased sex drive, more energy, and improved mental clarity.

It has no known side effects, and is available without a prescription.

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Don’t hide in shame.

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