TheHormonePharmacist wrote:Just signed up for the forums.
I've been a compounding pharmacist, specializing in optimizing hormones, for the past 25 years. ...... I work with a company ....that teaches healthcare practitioners to transform patients' lives by optimizing their hormones. ... My Mom is 78 and is showing signs of cognitive decline... My Dad is 80 and also has some memory and gait issues, though not as much as my Mom..... Ideas like Bredesen's are the next big thing in healthcare, something that actually may work, even though it doesn't make pharmaceutical companies billions of dollars. .....As for my own health, I started working out at the gym 4-5 times a week 1 year ago. My wife and I lost 20-25 pounds each with Keto and we've been cutting back carbs as much as we can......I'm 55 years old and homozygous for ApoE4.
You mentioned having optimal estrogen and progesterone levels in your opening post. Do you mean that for men as well as women? What about testosterone levels?
Having gone through surgical menopause totally unaware of the challenges of balancing hormones or the impact on brain health, I know that menopause is an important, complicated, and grossly underestimated brain health issue.TheHormonePharmacist wrote:Women in menopause tend to have the most dramatic symptoms when their estradiol and progesterone drop, at around age 51. I've surveyed over 1400 women in menopause and their stories are heartbreaking. Women often feel miserable, desperate, unheard, and hopeless.
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