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Anti-Aging treatments replace the hormones that our bodies simply stop producing over time. Hormones play a variety of essential roles in many body functions, and having a hormone imbalance can greatly diminish your quality of life. People that have noticed gradual but significant changes after their last few birthdays may be experiencing an imbalance of hormones. If you’ve experienced weight gain, mood swings, fatigue, or the loss of interest and inability to enjoy sex, these could be signs that your body is no longer producing the hormones that it needs to function at its best. However, today’s advancements in medical technology allow us to combat these effects of ageing and enjoy life with a renewed vigour.
The Hamlet Clinic can help you refresh your mind and body. Dr Grant Hamlet specialises in anti-ageing and revitalisation treatments, including hormone replacement treatments to rebalance hormone levels that are out of alignment.
Ready to have more energy and feel like yourself again, at any age? Request a private consult with Dr Hamlet today to learn more about what anti-ageing treatments can do for you. Schedule a consultation online or call our Harley Street office at 0207 127 4377.
- 1 What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?
- 2 What Hormone Therapy Is Right for Me?
- 3 Testosterone Replacement Therapy
- 4 Human Growth Hormone
- 5 Bio-Identical Hormones for Women
- 6 Erectile Dysfunction Solutions
- 7 Benefits
- 8 Personal Consultation
- 9 How Much Does Anti-Ageing Therapy Cost in London?
- 10 References
What Is Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Hormone therapies are used to restore the natural hormone levels of the body and can improve many aspects of your life. Hormone replacement therapy is a customized, comprehensive treatment. Based on your current hormone levels, Dr Hamlet can create a personalized hormone regimen to re-balance and optimize your hormone levels and well-being.
What Hormone Therapy Is Right for Me?
There’s an anti-ageing hormone therapy for everyone. Dr Hamlet will determine which is right for you. Anyone who is mourning the loss of their usual vim and vigour due to the ageing process can find relief from human growth hormone therapy.
Testosterone and human growth hormone are valuable weapons against the effects of the ageing process in men and women alike. In men, either of these therapies can help with erectile dysfunction. Women who find themselves lethargic or missing out on the satisfying sex life they deserve can also benefit from adjustments to their testosterone levels.
For women with imbalanced female hormones, or who are wading through the process of menopause, bioidentical hormone therapy can combat symptoms like dreaded hot flashes or decreased libido. Men and women can feel like themselves again with the help of Dr Hamlet and these powerful hormone replacement therapies.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy
After the age of 30, the production of hormones, including testosterone, gradually decline. Testosterone is known as the “masculine” hormone, but it is also found in women and plays an important part in female well-being. Low testosterone, or a “low-T count,” can have dramatic physical and emotional effects for both men and women. Men with low testosterone levels experience symptoms such as decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, hair loss, increased body fat, breast development, loss of muscle strength, fatigue, and even depression. Studies have shown that testosterone replacement increases muscle mass, strength, and improves cognition.(1) Testosterone also decreases body fat and increases bone mineral density. In the female body, testosterone is linked to estrogen levels and is required for healthy sex drive and development. In older women, clinical trials have shown that testosterone therapy improves cognitive performance and musculoskeletal health after menopause.(2)
Human Growth Hormone
Growth hormone, or GH, is responsible for many areas of development and well-being, including skeletal and organ growth in children, efficient use of fat, and regulating the immune system. GH is produced by the anterior pituitary gland, the small but powerful gland under your brain and behind your nose. This gland produces high amounts during childhood and adolescence but declines with age. However, our need for efficient cell growth does not. Growth hormone deficiency, or GHD, can affect a child’s development and can persist into adulthood. Adults can acquire GHD after a traumatic brain injury, exposure to radiation, or pituitary diseases.
Signs of Growth Hormone Deficiency
- Difficulty sleeping
- Poor skin and nail condition
- Memory issues
- A compromised immune system
- Muscle weakness
- High cholesterol
Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy from The Hamlet Clinic aids in the regeneration of cells to alleviate these symptoms and promote overall wellness. Furthermore, it can help balance other hormone levels, improving mental clarity, and sex drive.
Bio-Identical Hormones for Women
A woman’s production of hormones naturally changes over the course of her life. However, the dramatic hormonal shifts during perimenopause and menopause can lead to a variety of symptoms that can negatively affect a woman’s quality of life. Replacing missing estrogen and progesterone has been a proven way to remedy menopausal symptoms and help women regain their joie de vivre.
In 2002, the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) revealed an increased risk of breast cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and dangerous blood clots in women taking the hormone therapy that was offered at the time.(4) Luckily, women suffering from hormonal imbalances now have an alternative. Bioidentical hormones, also known as “natural hormone therapy” are especially effective, and their molecular structure is identical to the hormones created by the body. But, they come from an unlikely source! Bioidentical hormones are derived from the chemical makeup of yams and soy. These plants offer a natural source of estrogens can that balance out hormone levels. Bioidentical estrogens include the crucial estradiol – the primary hormone that decreases once menopause hits.
Bioidentical hormones improve:
- Energy levels
- Sexual satisfaction
- Quality of sleep
- Hot flashes
We can custom-tailor bioidentical hormone replacements for your life and the symptoms you experience. Feel like a natural woman! Dr Hamlet can help you be confident, comfortable and enjoy this new phase of your life.
Erectile Dysfunction Solutions
Erectile Dysfunction can result from a variety of conditions, both physical and emotional. Men with erectile dysfunction often experience a decrease in sex drive or interest in sex. They can also have issues producing or maintaining an erection throughout sex and achieving orgasm. This can be a frustrating and isolating condition that becomes more common in advancing age. However, men experiencing these symptoms can take back their virility with hormone replacement therapy. Balancing your hormonal levels is a natural and effective alternative to ED medications that can have dangerous side effects for some patients.
In addition to improving your sex life and your relationship with your partner, hormone replacement therapy can benefit your overall wellness, boosting energy levels and confidence.
And often, these factors are closely linked to your ability to perform. Depending on your hormone levels and individual erectile issues, Dr Hamlet may recommend either human growth hormone or testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone modulates nearly every component involved in erectile function.(5) Both human growth hormone and testosterone can increase your energy levels and improve your mood, contributing to a healthy, positive outlook that will carry over into all areas of your life as a man.
Dr Hamlet remains dedicated to improving the lives of his patients.
Restore your quality of life by harnessing the natural power of hormones that work in conjunction with your body’s natural functions.
As your hormone levels are restored, you’ll enjoy:
- Sexual vigour
- Higher energy levels
- Relief from symptoms of menopause
- Improved metabolism and Weight loss
- Clear thinking and focus
- Stabilised moods
- Improved sleep
- Improved immune system function
Personalised treatments create the best results because everyone’s body is different. During your personal consultation, you can expect a thorough and compassionate evaluation. Dr Hamlet is here to listen to your concerns. He wants to have an honest conversation about the best course of treatment for you. If you’re experiencing symptoms that may be linked to a hormonal imbalance brought on by ageing, there are a range of options available to you.
Dr Hamlet will assess your medical history and evaluate your likelihood of hormone imbalances using a comprehensive blood analysis. Depending on your results, he’ll be able to tailor an anti-ageing hormone replacement therapy that is perfect for you.
During your personal consultation, Dr Hamlet will explain the treatment process and what you’ll be able to expect after a few weeks of customised treatments.
How Much Does Anti-Ageing Therapy Cost in London?
The cost of your treatment will be unique to you and your body. Your treatment will be custom-tailored so that you receive the number of hormones necessary to balance out your body. Variables that will be factored in will include the number of treatments needed to level out your hormones and the follow-up care designed to keep your hormones regular.
- Morley JE. Hormones and the Aging Process. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2003;51(7s):S333-S337. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2389.2003.51344.x
- Davis SR, Wahlin-Jacobsen S. Testosterone in women–the clinical significance. The Lancet. 2015;3(12):980-992. doi:10.1016/S2213-8587(15)00284-3
- Siebert DM, Rao AL. The Use and Abuse of Human Growth Hormone in Sports. Sports Health. 2018;10(5):419-426. doi:10.1177/1941738118782688
- Files JA, Ko MG, Pruthi S. Bioidentical hormone therapy. Mayo Clin Proc. 2011;86(7):673-680. doi:10.4065/mcp.2010.0714
- Isidori AM, Buvat J, Corona G, et al. A critical analysis of the role of testosterone in erectile function: from pathophysiology to treatment-a systematic review. Eur Urol. 2014;65(1):99-112. doi:10.1016/j.eururo.2013.08.048