Anti-Aging Health & Hormones

Nobody is spared from physical aging. Undergone by all living things, it is a natural process that leads to reduced adaptability as well as body functions and eventually death. One of the simplest examples is gray hair; perfectly healthy hair has natural pigment cells released by follicles. As we grow old, the pigment melanin gradually dies and becomes transparent. As a result, the hair turns gray or white. Unfortunately, the same thing happens in all other parts of the body including muscle fibers, skins, and metabolism system. An important part of the aging process is the reduced level of certain hormones such as progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone. By keeping healthy amounts of those hormones, we maintain a good balance of body systems which will lead to postponed signs of aging.

 

Progesterone serves multiple functions in both men and women. It is an important hormone to regulate sleep cycle, improve brain function, and boost immune system. In women, progesterone plays major roles in reproductive process. Throughout life cycles, it is normal for women to experience fluctuations in progesterone levels. Imbalances of progesterone manifest in several noticeable symptoms such as poor sleep, moody swings, and stress – just to name a few. More than that, progesterone is also a precursor hormone, meaning it can covert to other hormones including estrogen or testosterone. It is therefore conceivable that low levels of progesterone affects testosterone levels in men as well as estrogen in both men and women. In the steroid hormone pathway, progesterone can convert to cortisol, a hormone which regulates myriads of body functions including immune response and metabolism. 

 

As men age, testosterone naturally decreases. In women, particularly those who enter or have entered menopause, estrogen production sharply declines. Aging can be the result of hormone imbalances, but this is an inevitable process of life. The best thing we can do is to postpone signs of aging; one of the most effective ways to do that is by keeping a good balance of our hormones. Progesterone is naturally produced by the body, but medical research has found the correct formula to create an identical substance. It helps you to restore hormonal balance and prevent or relieve many problems possibly caused by imbalances. Because progesterone is a precursor of both estrogen and testosterone, progesterone cream can be used by both men and women. USP Progesterone Cream is certified by the U.S. Pharmacopeia Convention, a non-profit organization that sets standards for medicine purity, strength, quality, and identity. It is safe to use and available for everyone.

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