New Jersey Anti-Aging Centers is a trusted medical provider for thousands of anti-aging patients in New Jersey. Dr. Michael Nusbaum, Medical Director at New Jersey Anti-Aging takes a holistic and comprehensive approach to help patients improve their current state of health, prevent age-related diseases, and gain more enjoyment and fulfillment out of life. Dr. Nusbaum firmly believes that achieving and maintaining good health requires a balanced, integrative approach to wellness that cares for the whole person. He is dedicated to helping you prevent many of the illnesses and diseases associated with the imbalance of hormones and help patients age healthy and gracefully.
Dr. Nusbaum helps each patient individually address age-related concerns. Our philosophy of individual monitoring and safe medication management is woven throughout every facet of our practice. Because this process is unique to every individual, an in-person consultation with Dr. Nusbaum is crucial to help develop a customized treatment plan to address your unique needs.
Your personalized treatment plan will help “slow” the aging process to help you look and feel better. Dr. Nusbaum’s anti-aging program can address a wide range of age-related issues.
- Mood swings
- Lack of libido
- Hormone imbalances
- Testosterone deficiency
- Low energy levels
- Sleep problems
- Weight gain
- Reduced muscle mass
- Body contour and appearance problems
- Wrinkles, sagging, and dry skin
As you probably know, hormone levels decrease as we age. A tiny change in hormone levels can lead to major problems.
Hormones are messengers that travel throughout the bloodstream, transmitting messages from cells to glands concerning development, growth, and energy. When your hormones are in balance, your body can function at an optimal level. However, aging cause hormone levels to decline. Replacement Therapy, or HRT, can restore hormonal levels to optimal concentrations.
REPLACEMENT THERAPY ADVANTAGES
Some of the advantages of RT include:
– Achieving a leaner, strong physique
– Increased energy levels
– Stabilize blood pressure
– Increase bone strength
– Normal cholesterol levels
– Boost memory
– Improve skin tone
– and much more!
REPLACEMENT THERAPIES AT NEW JERSEY ANTI-AGING CLINC
Menopause sees the onset of declining hormones that can negatively impact your day-to-day life, as well as your overall feelings of well-being. Menopausal women often feel “out of sync” as their levels of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone decrease.
Male Menopause is an age-related “change of life” experienced by men. Men can suffer changing hormone levels and lowered testosterone levels that can lead to mental and physical changes.
Testosterone is responsible for muscle mass, libido, and energy level in both men and women. Restoring testosterone to proper levels can lead to a more healthy sex drive, higher energy levels, increased muscle mass, and better mental focus.
Thyroid levels will decrease with age, leading to metabolism and body temperature to lowers. This can contribute to depression and low energy. By implementing a hormone replacement therapy plan, these symptoms are easily and inexpensively counteracted.
Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone
Women experiencing menopause often feel “out of sync”. They can experience hot flashes, weight gain, loss of libido, insomnia, and emotional changes. This is due to declining hormone levels as the ovaries start to decrease the production of estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone. While some of the effects of this declining hormonal levels are considered temporary with many women thinking these symptoms can be “toughed out”, the reality is that these changes can affect your vitality, health, and even your longevity.
EFFECTS OF DECLINING HORMONES
During menopause, other hormones also decline, including human growth hormone and thyroid hormone. As hormonal levels decrease, metabolism and growth changes occur, affecting the following:
– GI tract
– Blood vessels
– Urinary tract
– Skin, brain, energy levels
– Cardiovascular system
Research has shown that disorders affecting women, including menopause, migraines, PMS, and depression can be treated with hormone replacement therapy. This treatment can be using bio-identical estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone can give women who are approaching or experiencing menopause higher energy levels and heightened sexual desire.
Estrogen and Progesterone
At New Jersey Anti-Aging Clinic, we can identify deficient estrogen levels and if necessary, prescribe the proper bio-identical hormones. Proper levels of estrogen can help women feel energetic, have a sharper memory, and minds that are more responsive. They can also have stronger bones, healthier hearts, and glowing skin.
Many women say that they have felt their best during pregnancy. The reasons for this is that hormone levels are at their highest during pregnancy. The strength of these hormones provides women with energy, stamina, and a body that is strong enough to support a baby. However, after childbirth, some women can experience postpartum depression due to the decrease in hormones.
Estrogen hormone therapy can help women relieve mood swings, infertility, premenstrual syndrome, fibrocystic breasts, endometriosis, weight gain, cellulite, vaginal dryness, low libido, frequent bladder infection, osteoporosis, and heart disease.
Progesterone helps balance the effects of estrogen and can relieve mood swings, prevent weight gain, restore libido and more.
Men, like women, experience an age-related “change of life.” Men also suffer from fluctuating hormone levels and testosterone deficiencies that lead to the physical and mental changes. Colloquially known as “Low T,” the medical name for this condition is andropause or male menopause.
While men don’t experience menopause in the same way that women do, they may experience symptoms such as:
- Body fat gain, particularly abdominal
- Loss of lean muscle tissue
- Bone and hair loss
- Wrinkling and drying of the skin
- Fatigue, poor sleep quality, and insomnia
- Decreased libido and Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Hot flashes, blushing, sweating
- Aches and pains
- Nervousness, anxiety, irritability, and depression
- Memory Lapses
- Reduced motivation, apathy
The symptoms of andropause occur gradually and are the direct result of an age-related decline in testosterone and progesterone production, along with an increase in estrogen production. Symptoms can be further exacerbated by declining levels of DHEA.
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