The Aging Lifecycle

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Early Stage

During your 20’s, there is nothing that can stop you. The production of testosterone and other key hormones is at its peak and you feel better than ever.



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Middle Stage

As you hit your 30’s and early 40’s, you start to feel the downward slide. Your peak is over, and it is noticeable. During this time, you start to feel the uncomfortable symptoms of the aging process.

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Later Stage

The increased effects of andropause & menopause are here, and you can’t ignore it. The symptoms of aging start to have a greater impact on your daily life and overall health.

Your 20’s

The early stage of life in your 20’s are the peak time for hormone production. During this time, key hormones like testosterone, estrogen, growth hormone, and progesterone are more optimized. However, this starts to diminish by the end of your 20’s which can be the beginning of a hormone imbalance.

Your 30’s & 40’s

Men & women both start to feel the effects of aging and unbalanced hormones during their early 30’s and 40’s. It becomes very apparent that there are changes underway as hormone production starts to decline. You might start to notice a difference in your metabolism, muscle mass, energy levels, focus and even your mood.

Your 50’s & Up

As you reach your 50’s, andropause & menopause start to magnify which means that your hormone production really isn’t what it used to be. The fluctuation in your hormone levels is an inevitable part of the aging process, and it can have a serious impact on how you feel. You might feel tired, libido is low, concentration is harder, and you can’t seem to lose weight.


Fatigue

One of the most common symptoms of a hormone imbalance is fatigue. As your levels start to decline, you may start to feel more tired during the day and routine tasks seem to be more exhausting.


Low Sex Drive

Testotserone production has a significant impact on libido and sexual performance. If this level is isn’t balanced or optimized, you might start to feel a diminished desire for sex and men can experience erectile issues.

Weight Gain

Hormones play a crucial role in metabolism, fat distribution, and weight management. A hormone imbalance can make it more difficult to lose weight and with decreased energy levels it becomes harder to hit the gym.

Muscle Loss

Your body needs testosterone to convert protein to muscle. When this hormone level starts to decline, many people experience a loss of lean muscle and may find it more difficult to build muscle despite frequent exercise.

Poor Sleep

There are many hormones that help regulate your sleep cycles. When these hormones are out of balance, it can be difficult to achieve restful sleep. You might find yourself struggling to fall asleep or waking up frequently during the night.

Irritability & Mood Swings

If you find yourself easily irritated or more grouchy than normal, it’s probably related to your hormones. For both men & women, irritability and more frequent mood swings are a common indicator of a hormone imbalance.

Brain Fog

Most people don’t realize it, but with low hormones comes more brain fog. When your levels start to decline, it becomes harder to concentrate and focus on daily tasks.

Erectile Dysfunction

Along with a diminished sex drive, many men might experience difficulity getting and sustaining an erection during andropause. This is due a decrease in testosterone which is a key sex hormone.

Fatigue

One of the most common symptoms of a hormone imbalance is fatigue. As your levels start to decline, you may start to feel more tired during the day and routine tasks seem to be more exhausting.

Hot Flashes

Hot Flashes are the hallmark symptom of menopause in women. This is due to an imbalance of progesterone and estrogen and can cause other uncomfortable symptoms like dizziness, nausea, or rapid heart rate.


Night Sweats

Along with hot flashes, many women experience night sweats because of low hormones which can make it difficult to sleep and in turn make you feel fatigued the next day.

Vaginal Dryness

One of the most uncomfortable symptoms of a hormone imbalance in women. Vaginal dryness can have a significant impact on your daily life and can be determential to your sex life.

Brain Fog

Most people don’t realize it, but with low hormones comes more brain fog. When your levels start to decline, it becomes harder to concentrate and focus on daily tasks.

Poor Sleep

There are many hormones that help regulate your sleep cycles. When these hormones are out of balance, it can be difficult to achieve restful sleep. You might find yourself struggling to fall asleep or waking up frequently during the night.

Weight Gain

Hormones play a crucial role in metabolism, fat distribution, and weight management. A hormone imbalance can make it more difficult to lose weight and with decreased energy levels it becomes harder to hit the gym.

Irritability & Mood Swings

If you find yourself easily irritated or more grouchy than normal, it’s probably related to your hormones. For both men & women, irritability and more frequent mood swings are a common indicator of a hormone imbalance.

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