3 Natural Hormones to Boost your Libido

Biological, psychological, and social factors affect libido or sexual drive. Everybody is aware of the fact that poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress can have a negative effect on libido, but people tend to keep the problems to themselves and rarely talk about the solutions such as supplements and over-the-counter hormones. Some may even consider Viagra, but the side effects often outweigh the benefits, especially that it is a prescription drug with known side effects. There are several hormones that effectively improve libido including progesterone, DHEA, and HGH; they are available as over-the-counter supplements. As long as they are USP (United States Pharmacopeia) certified products, you can safely consume them as part of everyday diet.


Although progesterone is mainly associated with the female reproductive system, this hormone actually plays an important role in a man’s health as well. Progesterone is the precursors of estrogen and testosterone, both of which must be kept in good balance to support various body functions. In men, progesterone acts like testosterone to antagonize or oppose and block too much estrogen. Increased or normal levels of progesterone result in lower levels of estrogen, hence increasing your testosterone. In women and men, progesterone and testosterone levels naturally decrease as we age but more so when we are exposed to stress, leading to low sexual drive and depression. By applying USP-certified progesterone cream, women and men can ensure good supplies of the hormone to boost their libido.


Dehydroepiandrosterone, or more commonly referred to as DHEA, is a hormone produced by your adrenal glands located above your kidneys. Scientists don’t understand everything about the hormone, but they do know that it functions as the precursors of both female and male sex hormones including estrogen and testosterone. DHEA production is in its peak during the mid 20s, but it decreases with age. DHEA supplementation is good for males and females; because each has its own mechanism (female produces more estrogen, while male produces more testosterone), therefore the supplement can improve libido for both sexes.


Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is the hormone that triggers growth in children and adolescents. It plays various important roles in the human body including muscle growth, bone density, metabolism, body fluids, and possibly heart functions. Sexual drive or libido is also at its peak during youth, but it decreases as the natural growth stops. The decline of HGH also has negative effects on sexual hormones and libido, premature aging, your weight, and many more functions of the aging human body. Therefore non-prescription HGH is the safe and affordable alternative that can help improve libido and general health even when you are no longer growing. Natural HGH is available in an aerosol spray bottle, making it easier for you to take it without the need for costly and often dangerous prescription injections.

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