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Hormone Replacement Therapy For Men – Pinnacle Program

Millions of men and women in the United States have symptoms of low testosterone (Low-T) or other hormone imbalances but may avoid treatment due to the inconvenience of having to go to the health care provider’s office every week for an injection or treatment. SaJune is now offering a service for men and women to receive treatment at home coupled with close medical supervision to ensure safe and effective use. Underlying hormone imbalances can cause symptoms and disease. When we experience weight gain that does not respond to optimal diet and exercise, the metabolic hormones (such as thyroid, cortisol, and insulin) may not be optimal.

Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • Lack of energy
  • Decreased libido
  • Erectile dysfunction (men)
  • Muscle loss or decreased benefits from workouts
  • Sleep problems
  • Generalized weakness
  • Weight gain​

How Does Testosterone and Other Hormones Help these Symptoms?

  • Boost energy
  • Intensify libido
  • Build stronger bones and muscles
  • Increase lean body mass
  • Improve workouts and cardiovascular endurance
  • Sharpen memory
  • Elevate mood​

​Should You Take Hormones?

Some ask whether they are safe taking hormones. I ask “how safe are you without your hormones?” The cells in your brain, heart, vessels, bones, skin, hair follicles and muscles all have receptors for hormones. As the hormone levels dwindle, all these cells and tissues lose stimulation, leading to a rapid decline and advance of degenerative diseases. If you would correct a vitamin or mineral deficiency with bio-identical vitamin or mineral replacement, you should consider replacing a declining hormone.

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