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October 22, 2010

Male Hormone Balance

by Stephanie Carnes

Male hormone balance is an important aspect necessary for achieving wellness. The Optimal Health Center offers specialized testing to assist in balancing male steroid hormones including the reproductive and adrenal hormones that deal with stress-handling.

Imbalances in male hormones can result in fatigue, irritability, depression, weight gain, erectile disfunction, decreased muscle tone, and hair loss just to name a few. Many hormones are anabolic (body building) and anti-aging (disease preventative) in function, which is why it is so important to address hormone imbalances or disturbances and correct them with diet and lifestyle changes. Finding male steroid hormone balance can be accomplished through a plan that includes nutritional and herbal support. The following are recommended:
  • Routine Colon Cleansing - A weekly to monthly enema series is an excellent foundation for self-care and can assist the body’s ability to detoxify and heal. 
  • Men's Hormonal Support Enema Salt
  • Exercise Regularly - If exercise is difficult for you, you may have hormonal issues that can be corrected using our Male Hormone Panel Saliva Test. Exercise also reduces risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) in men.
  • Sleep & Relaxation – If you struggle to get a good night’s rest or find deep relaxation, you may have adrenal fatigue which can be identified by using our Adrenal Stress Index Test
  • Optimize Vitamin D Levels – This will decrease risk of heart disease, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. 
  • Therapeutic Diet - Optimal levels of iodine are needed for all of the endocrine glands to function, especially the thyroid, adrenals, and gonads. 
Other levels to consider are ferritin and cholesterol. Ferritin is a intracellular protein that stores iron and releases it in a controlled manner. High ferritin levels can cause testicular atrophy, and it is important to note that ferritin increases drastically in the presence of an infection or cancer. Additionally, cholesterol is the precursor for all steroid hormones. If your cholesterol levels are too low (much below 180), you may experience health troubles due to steroid hormone imbalances.

The Optimal Health Center can assist you with each of these tools and help you create a plan that works best for you. Please contact us for support.

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