Could Testosterone Improve Your Memory?

You can’t underestimate the importance of optimal hormone balance. In fact, a recent study by Sonia Davison, M.D., Ph.D., reveals that hormone balance — and particularly optimal testosterone levels — in women could improve memory and potentially prevent dementia.

Meet Naples Bioidentical Hormones Expert, Robert Rubin, M.D.

For the past 20 years, I have worked with patients in geriatric stages that have missed the opportunity for preventative health. With BodyLogicMD, I am able to help my patients take proactive steps towards optimal health, giving them the ability to age gracefully and improve mobility, memory, libido and overall vitality.

Naples Bioidentical Hormones Expert Dr. Robert Rubin Comments on USA Today Article

According to a recent article published on USAToday.com, the long-term use of osteoporosis drugs (bisphosphonates) such as Boniva, Fosamax and Reclast, can increase the risk hip fractures and breaks. Although the drugs affect men more or less the same, women are more likely to suffer from conditions stemming from low bone mass, making them prime candidates for the drugs. It’s estimated that 10 million Americans have been diagnosed with osteoporosis – a condition where the bones becomes brittle and porous – and 34 million Americans suffer from poor bone density and risk spine and hip fractures.

Bioidentical Hormones Vs. Synthetic

Bioidentical hormones are an exact replica of the hormones that are naturally produced by the body; matching the body’s natural hormones molecule by molecule. They are referred to as “All Natural” because they are extracted from soy and yams. Bioidentical hormones are processed by a compounding pharmacist. Once the plant-based hormone is processed, its structure is identical to the estrogen, progesterone, and androgen hormones produced naturally by one’s body. This is why our bodies can metabolize them naturally as it was designed to do, with minimal or no bioidentical hormones risks or side effects.

Prescribing Bioidentical Hormones

Bioidentical hormone specialists, Dr. Alicia Stanton and Dr. Robert Rubin of BodyLogicMD discuss why traditional doctors do not prescribe bioidentical hormones.

Dr. Robert Rubin Interviewed on WFLA-Tampa About "The Oprah Effect"

Dr. Robert Rubin of BodyLogicMD was interviewed by Gayle Guyardo on WFLA-Tampa. He discussed “The Oprah Effect” on his practice and the Anti-Aging industry in general. He’s excited to see so many people taking control of their health and doing their research since Oprah started the conversation on bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

Feeling Irritable? Could Be Your Hormones

In women who are entering menopause, estrogen levels are either too high or too low. Estrogen influences the production of serotonin – a neurotransmitter that regulates mood. Irritable Men Syndrome or Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) is the term used to describe the mood swings in men. Although Irritable Male Syndrome is most often caused by high stress and/or low testosterone; high estrogen levels can also cause irritability in men.

The Buzz At The A4M Anti-Aging Conference In Orlando

BodyLogicMD physicians attended the 17th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine and Regenerative Biomedical Tehcnologies to continue to stay on the cutting edge of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

Attend FREE Seminars on Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Near You

Interested in bioidentical hormones to treat your hormone imbalance? Register for a FREE no-pressure seminar to learn more about how hormones affect your body and how natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help. Get your questions answered by an expert bioidentical hormone doctor!