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Take Your Fitness to the Next Level with Hormone Optimization

Aging. We are all doing it. It cannot be stopped. But that doesn’t mean you have to slow down and it doesn’t mean that you have to throw your fitness goals out the window. If you are in your 30’s and beyond, you may have noticed that you’re not moving the same way you did in your 20’s. You don’t have as much energy. It’s natural for both men and women to feel that way. Why? Hormones. More specifically, a decrease in hormones.

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Nandrolone and Joint Health: What It Can Do for You

If you are anything like most of the patients treated at EWAA, you have been pushing your body for many years. Youth sports, high school sports, hard-core lifting in college, and then early adulthood.  You are now in your late 30’s, maybe early 40’s or 50’s and you have not slowed down; however, your joints and lower back are telling you something. Having surgery or limiting your workouts to long slow walks with your spouse is not in your DNA.  So, what do you do?  How do you keep going strong well into your 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s without breaking down?

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Aromatase Inhibitor: To AI or To Not AI?

Even if you’re new to hormone optimization/hormone replacement therapy, you are likely aware that there are multiple schools of thought on the use of an Aromatase Inhibitor (aka, Arimidex/Anastrozole).  Opinions range from “take Anastrozole 2-3 times a week at all times when on HRT and almost consider it malpractice to do otherwise,” to “as long as you have no side effects, there is no need to be on an Aromatase Inhibitor regardless of Estradiol levels.”

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Hormone Optimization: As a Couple or Go It Alone?

Hormone Optimization as a couple or alone?  Sadly, this question is not often giving enough thought when someone is starting hormone optimization therapy.  In today’s blog, I will make some broad assumptions that fit most relationships. My goal is to provide some perspective and considerations as you start or continue therapy.

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