We all hear about testosterone when it comes to men, but what about women?
Here’s the short answer: Yes, it’s very necessary. Do you want:
Decreased risk of heart disease
Increased Cognitive Function
More Toned Lean Muscle
Increased Bone Density
Less Body Fat
In addition to improving sexual mood, it’s also responsible for the sensitivity of the nipples and clitoris
Without it, there’s a greater chance of experiencing a pathological hip or vertebral fracture. Even more frightening is the fact that hip fracture patients have an increased chance of death after their injury.
Declining levels spark several bodily changes to your:
For peak mental acuity, healthy bone density, and muscle tissue
Incorrect testosterone measurement is a common pitfall. Clinical indicators may show that you’re test levels are fine, when in reality they're way too low.
For females between 20 and 70 years of age, 15-70ng is considered a normal range.
To put this in perspective:
One 50-year-old woman may function optimally at 70ng, while for another this may be way too high.
Yet, each would be considered normal by their primary care physician.
The current scale simply doesn’t take into account your unique body.
Cenegenics® develops a customized program centered around your unique needs and lifestyle
Balancing hormones isn’t hard when you have a dedicated team by your side. Find out if your testosterone levels are holding you back and what we can do to help!
Our team is looking forward to providing you with an incredible experience!