At What Age Does Erectile Dysfunction Affect Men?

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Everyone gets older; more importantly, everyone tends to feel the effects of that at some point or another. The steady decline in hormone levels, collagen and other factors that give us that youthful look are to blame for many symptoms that affect men and women as they grow older. In men, the loss of testosterone often leaves them with decreased motivation, libido, energy levels and even a loss of focus and motivation to go after what they really want. In women, the onset of menopause dramatically decreases the estrogen and progesterone levels in their system. The end of menstruation brings hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, irritability and other unpleasant symptoms.

For some men and women, they experience all of these symptoms, while others won’t have to deal with any of these. Others still will feel certain symptoms, but not all of them. This is where the different Hormone Replacement Therapies come in. Here’s how to narrow down which therapy would be right for you:

For Women Dealing with Menopause

The loss of estrogen and progesterone is a shock to your system; you’ve had it in your system during most of your life and now, all of a sudden, your ovaries are shutting down and no longer supplying you with this. This results in unpleasant side effects such as:

  • Hot flashes
  • Loss of sex drive
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement might be your best bet. This form of Hormone Replacement Therapy is the one of the best because it produces little to no side effects, thanks to the exact matching of the natural hormone levels in your body specifically – this allows your body to absorb it easier.

For women dealing with Sexual Health Problems

Vaginal dryness, less intense orgasms, lack of libido and other issues can arise after your body stops producing estrogen and progesterone. If the trouble is mostly in this arena, the O-Shot for women might be the best form of HRT. This program utilizes Platelet Rich Plasma therapy, or the plasma from your own blood to help improve sexual stimulation, boost libido, increase lubrication ability, tighten the vaginal opening and other benefits.

For Men dealing with Loss of Energy and Drive

Testosterone therapy is often an effective way to treat the loss of motivation and drive. It’s one of the most common fixes and offers more benefits beyond just a little boost in energy; it typically boosts many things, from focus and overall mood improvement to sexual performance and the ability to shed muscle and build muscle.

Sometimes, the testosterone levels in your body aren’t the issue; another hormone that tends to affect men in the similar way is the Human Growth Hormone (HGH). Human Growth Hormone Therapy can help treat:

  • Loss of libido
  • Skin sagging
  • Fatigue
  • Slower metabolism
  • Loss of bone density and muscle mass
  • Weight gain
  • Slower recovery from illnesses and injuries

For Men dealing with Erectile Dysfunction

Sexual wellness is a significant part of overall wellness. Erectile dysfunction is a particularly frustrating and common issue that takes over and impedes men’s ability to perform. There are a number of treatments available for this including:

  • Testosterone Therapy
  • Priapus Shot (P Shot)
  • Pulsewave therapy (utilizing vibrations)
  • Erectile Dysfunction medication: Quick Tabs

For Men and Women Dealing with Weight Gain

One of the most common complaints among aging men and women is the inability to shed excess weight. While this might be a byproduct of other symptoms, such as slowed metabolism or the hindered ability to build muscle, the way to rectify is typically the same; by replacing the hormones responsible for helping you burn that fat. For men, testosterone therapy might do the trick. For both men and women, HGH therapy could be the fix. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is another viable option for men and women. Also, fluctuating or dramatic weight gain often point to a thyroid problem. That’s why when it comes to weight gain, one of the first options to consider (depending on diagnosis) is thyroid optimization therapy. Since the thyroid glands are what regulate and stimulate the conversion of nutrients into energy – this is really where you get to the root of a weight gain problem. If you suffer from a slowed metabolism as a result, fatigue and weight gain may result, making thyroid optimization therapy the best bet.