Male and Female Hormones. Sexual Health. Desire. Libido.

No matter your age or situation, sexual health is an integral part of our overall wellness. Countless scientific studies have shown the many benefits of a healthy and active love-life including; living longer, obtaining greater success in business, a greater well-being and of course a happier and longer lasting relationship.

As we proceed in life, the effects of aging and declining hormone deficiencies, such as testosterone can result in depression, low libido and sex drive, lack of energy and fatigue, decreased muscle tone and mass, hair loss, mood swings and irritability, lowered sense of self confidence, mental blocks and lack of drive and focus, difficulty achieving and maintaining erections, less or no interest in sexual or intimate encounters, and increases in body fat and weight gain.

5+ MILLION MEN IN THE USA SUFFER FROM FATIGUE OR DECREASED SEX DRIVE.

Today, men are more aware than ever of their health and wellness and seek medical advice and treatment when faced with ED. Suffering from low testosterone/hormonal imbalance can result in many physical, emotional and psychological issues. Being proactive and seeking medical help to correct it, can get you back to feeling and functioning better and like you once used to. It is often an embarrassing time for men and a frustrating one, but there are many options available to help you! Hormones are important for regulating most of the bodies major functions and processes. If you are experiencing a low sex drive, fatigue, loss of muscle mass, increased body fat (especially in the abdominal area), decreased bone mass, high cholesterol, mood changes, stress, anxiety and overall not feeling yourself, you could have a hormone imbalance or low testosterone.

52% OF ALL MEN OVER 40 HAVE EXPERIENCED ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION.

The most common treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED) typically are oral medications. While these are effective for 60% of men, there are many other options for the 40% left untreated, and one’s that work, including pellet therapy and Peptide Bremelanotide PT-141.

This peptide was developed from Melanotan II, and targets its aphrodisiac effects. What separates peptides such as PT-141 from other sexual medications is that it directly targets the area of the brain that controls sexual response and, in the process, increases libido and promotes more frequent erections. It avoids acting on the vascular system and has been shown to be effective in treating erectile dysfunction, even in men who have not responded to other ED treatments, such as Viagra and Cialis. This peptide is also able to cross the blood-brain-barrier, bypassing the vascular system and acting at the level of the central nervous system. (PT 141 is an FDA approved drug when prescribed by a licensed medical provider).

PT-141 offers effects that may be felt up to 12 hours from the time of administration and has been known to last for up to 3 days, diminishing each day. Patients describe the results as “intense” and “frequent” erections lasting between 2-6 hours.

Symptoms of hormone imbalance in women can include

  • Fatigue
  • Night sweats
  • Hot flashes or flushes
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Weight gain
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Irritability
  • Anxiousness
  • Mood swings
  • Low mood
  • Discomfort during intercourse

PT-141 can improve the sexual dysfunction not only in men, but in women as well. This peptide has been shown to have a substantial effect on libido, generating sexual arousal in both men and women within minutes of administration. PT-141 is said to cater to the most frequent problems associated with women and their sex life. While the average male might assume that the obvious complaints among females are a shortage of orgasms and arousal, it is actually a lack of desire that is most often their chief concern. A product like PT-141, which avoids acting on the vascular system, could cure this problem by working directly on a woman’s mind and promoting sexual desire. Furthermore, it has been shown to be effective in treating erectile dysfunction, even in men who have not responded to other ED treatments, such as Viagra and Cialis. This peptide is also able to cross the blood-brain-barrier, bypassing the vascular system and acting at the level of the central nervous system.(PT 141 is an FDA approved drug when prescribed by a licensed medical provider).

Women’s sexual desires naturally fluctuate over the years. Highs and lows commonly coincide with the beginning or end of a relationship or with major life changes, such as pregnancy, menopause or illness. We also know that some medications used for mood disorders also can also cause low sex drive in women.

Loss of sexual desire, known in medical terms as hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), is the most common form of sexual dysfunction among women of all ages.

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