HORMONE / TESTOSTERONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY

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Testosterone and Hormone Replacement causes Hair Loss

In the last few years Hormone Therapy Spas and Testosterone Replacement Clinics have taken the country by storm. Many of whom had been put on antidepressants or nerve meds. Bu by going this direction because of having low testosterone or estrogen imbalances doing wonders for he well-being for Millions of Women and Men.

Men’s Hair Loss

In men low testosterone *can* cause hair loss. Beard, head, side burns, on the chest and back, legs, arms etc. Also low testosterone has other problems you certainly don't want: Trouble concentrating, fatigue, depression, losing muscle mass, putting on weight, gaining fat in your breasts, low sex drive, loosing height and penis size, erectile dysfunction and again hair loss.

hormone The symptoms of low testosterone are sometimes obvious, but can be subtle. Testosterone levels decline naturally in men as they age over decades, and symptoms may appear slowly. Normally 10% each 10 years after age 30. You hit 50 get a game plan. Low testosterone symptoms include:
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Fatigue and poor energy level
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Depression
  • Low sex drive (libido)
  • Low sense of well-being
  • Hair Loss caused by Stress

Don’t Panic Stop hair Loss today

The good news now is you can address all the above issues. The destructive activity on the blood supply and your hair follicles must be addressed first. So you will feel better and look younger again with both programs. Your best results will come from getting into a Hair and Scalp Therapy Program first, before taking Testosterone or Hormone replacement Therapy. Also problems with your health, including body fat, muscle mass, bone density, red blood cell count, and overall mood. Or the worst a DIEt plan which starves your body of all vitamins, minerals, normal fats and proteins.

The Endocrine Society says that normal testosterone levels are between 300 and 1,000 ng/dL. If a blood test shows your levels are far below the norm, your doctor may recommend testosterone injections as a form of testosterone replacement therapy. And again there are many other reasons your hair may be thinning: According to the ADD, 80 million men and women experience alopecia, or common hereditary hair loss.

Hair Loss and Women

Some prescription medications, like those used to treat arthritis, depression, and high blood pressure can cause hair to fall out. Auto-immune diseases like lupus cause the body to attack, its own healthy cells, including skin and scalp, which can lead to hair loss.

Thyroid problems. Talk to your doctor and ask her to test your thyroid to make sure it's functioning properly—hair loss can be a sign of hypothyroidism.

Hormone imbalance. As women age and hormones change there can be a surge of the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which can cause hair on the head to thin, while hair to sprout on the chin and face.

Hair Loss due to Stress:

Stress forces the adrenal glands to produce excess amounts of cortisol – the stress hormone. High levels of cortisol deplete collagen, counteract insulin, decrease bone density and can also lead to hair loss. High and constant levels of stress cause the adrenal glands to become overactive due to the increased need for the stress hormone, cortisol. When the male body is stressed, it also produces additional testosterone and adrenaline. Additional testosterone means more DHT which in turn, can cause hair loss in men.

Hair Loss and Imbalanced Thvyroids:

Hair loss is a typical symptom of thyroid disorders. Thyroid disease a form of hormonal imbalance and when the thyroid gland isn't functioning properly, other hormones throughout the body are affected as a result. Thyroid-related hair loss is oftentimes preceded by changes in the hair's texture, usually becoming dry, coarse and easily tangled. Facial and body hair growth can also be stunted by a thyroid imbalance. In fact, a symptom unique to hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland) is thinning of the outer edge of the eyebrows.

Hair loss Nutrition Deficiencies:

Balanced nutrition is the key to optimal overall health. It's crucial that we're getting enough of the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that our bodies need to ensure that the body's organs, tissues and cells are functioning the way they should. Protein, iron, zinc and biotin deficiencies have all been linked to hair loss in men. In addition to deficiencies, having too much of certain nutrients, such as vitamin A or carotenes can also cause premature male pattern baldness.

Hair Loss Due to Medication:

Hair loss is a common side effect for a variety of medications. Blood-thinning medications (anticoagulants), antidepressants, beta blockers, NSAIDS and vitamin A-based drugs (retinoid) have all been linked thinning of the hair or baldness. Chemotherapy is also known for causing hair loss - oftentimes the loss of body and facial as well. However, as with chemotherapy, the hair follicles will re-grow once you've stopped using whatever medication was causing the hair loss.

Stopping Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) Attack on Hair Follicles

Testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, via an enzyme called type II 5-alpha reductase, the American Hair Loss Association explains. This enzyme is found in the oil glands of your hair follicles. DHT binds to receptors in scalp follicles and shrinks hair follicles. Doing so makes it difficult for healthy hair follicles to survive. So it is not your testosterone levels alone that contribute to hair loss. Instead, it is how much of the testosterone has been converted into DHT that contributes to hair loss. This hormonal process occurs in both men and women. Laser Light and the proper oral and topical Ciraderm Products, will gradually reverse this condition. The sooner you start the less hair you’ll lose.

hormoneThe Endocrine Society says that normal testosterone levels are between 300 and 1,000 ng/dL. If a blood test shows your levels are far below the norm, your doctor may recommend testosterone injections as a form of testosterone replacement therapy.

A disease called hypogonadism in males and hypoestrogenism in females, makes it harder to produce the right amount of testosterone in males and estrogen in females. Men and Women diagnosed with hypogonadism can benefit from testosterone therapy and or hormone therapy. Get a quality blood test by a nutritionist to identify any vitamins or minerals, you might be dangerously low on. Now to stop hair loss the Low Light Laser Therapy combined with the Ciraderm Products and Propecia for males, with DHEA and other capsule or gel supplement replacements. Also don’t skimp on vitamins and minerals. Americans need to take a very aggressive position on this problem. Our soil has no minerals so neither does our food. It’s just filler. Find capsules or liquids vitamins and mineral to also make our body and you hair stronger.

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Purposes of Hormone Replacement

HRT relieves the hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats and vaginal dryness that come with the onset of menopause. Female hormone supplements can also slow bone loss (osteoporosis) and prevent the development of colon cancer.

Common Side Effects

As listed in the prescribing information for Premarin, a branded tablet formulation of conjugated estrogens marketed by Wyeth, women using HRT most often experienced abdominal pain, back pain, gassiness, itching (pruritis), leg cramps, vaginal bleeding, vaginal discharge (leucorrhea), vaginitis, weakness and lack of energy (asthenia), and yeast infections (vaginal moniliasis) as side effect during clinical trials of the product.

Rare Side Effects

Other side effects from HRT have included balding, body hair growth, discoloring in the face (chloasma and melasma), raised blood pressure, skin rash (for example, erythema multiforme), thickening of the uterine lining (endometrial hyperplasia) and yellowing of the skin and eyes (cholestatic jaundice).

Warnings

Women who use HRT have slightly increased risks for blood clots, breast cancer, dementia, gall bladder disease, heart attacks and stroke. Also, women with an intact uterus are at increased risk for developing endometrial cancer when they take supplemental estrogen.



Avoiding Problems

To decrease the chance of experiencing side effects and long-term problems, the FDA advises women to use the lowest dose of HRT that provides the desired benefits and to limit how long they take estrogen supplements. The agency further recommends assessing the need for HRT every 3 to 6 months. After reviewing all of the clinical literature on HRT, the editors of Consumers Report wrote in October 2008 that women who had breast cancer, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer or a family history of deaths from cardiovascular causes should not use HRT.

Read more: http://www.ehow.com/about_5148034_side-effects-female-hormone-replacement.html#ixzz34MjyRWo7

”Take advantage of our FREE Hair-and-Scalp Analysis (value: $250).
This information will aid Creative Hair Center professionals in determining the best choice for your hair loss. Save time, money and gasoline. “



Call for your appointment! Creative Hair Center:
918-492-1919 Toll Free: 800-746-4247

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