Can We Live Better?

While the wisdom that comes with age is great, the achy joints, fine lines and wrinkles, weight gain and frailty seem less inviting. Hormones are the most potent chemical measured messenger to one’s body. When your hormones are out of balance your body and your life can suffer. Keeping your hormones balanced keeps your body functioning properly. Everyone wants and strives to look and feel their best. Here are some key hormones that can do just that:


There are over 4,000 studies that evaluated the scientific facts of DHEA – the natural steroid hormone, which is the precursor to androgen and estrogen, in both men and women. This multi-functional hormone plays a unique and fundamental role in maintaining youth and vitality.    It has the potential to increase bone density, decrease body fat and improve sexual function. Studies have proven that DHEA helps with depression, obesity, lupus and adrenal insufficiency. In addition to improve skin in older people, osteoporosis, vaginal atrophy and erectile dysfunction.


Testosterone plays a vital role within the body that both men and women share. Testosterone helps to regulate sex drive, brain function, muscle mass, strength and fat distribution. Signs of low testosterone can include brain fog, decreased muscle mass, irritability depression, osteoporosis, low sex drive and more.

Why women need only some and why men need more?
Testosterone plays a vital role in bone strength, brain function and overall development of lean muscle mass and strength. Testosterone helps contribute to a general sense of well-being and higher energy levels. It has a crucial effect on a women’s sex drive. Optimal levels of testosterone are critical for women if they hope to retain the same vitality and an overall sense of well-being.

Men typically require more testosterone then women as they go through a transition of “Andropause” – referred to as male menopause. Mood swings, low energy, decreased motivation and depression are some of the symptoms of andropause.


Progesterone does more than just facilitate and ease menstrual cycles. Progesterone helps boosts energy by stimulating the thyroid and increased metabolism. There are  several benefits of progesterone including, restful sleep, nourishing of the hair and skin, modulate immune functions which builds bones and muscle and protects against cancer. Men can benefit as well to enhance mood, decrease brain fog, prostate health, bone health and prevent low levels, that can lead to hair loss.


There are four main types of estrogen- ESTRONE, estradiol, estriol, and estetrol. Estrogen is a group of hormones primarily produced by women’s ovaries and to a lesser degree by the adrenal glands, fat tissues and a man’s testes. Both men and women produce estrogen. It is usually considered a female hormone because women have larger amounts in their bodies.
As women reach menopause and have less production of estrogen, they may experience
Night sweats, hot flashes, chills, faintness, dizziness, vaginal dryness, painful sex, Vaginal infections; are at the high and at risk for osteoporosis.

Men also need estrogen. Proper balance of estrogen with testosterone is crucial for bone health and decrease their risk for heart disease and stroke.

In conclusion, other factors to live better and aid in the anti-aging process are staying well hydrated, a full 8 hours of sleep, eating foods to improve your gut, exercise daily and obtain pharmaceutical grade supplements. As a result, you will have healthier skin, body, and mind.

Timeless Rx is always here to help you age gracefully and healthy. For more information please contact Timeless Rx at 985-893-6073. Try us, you will be surprised at the results!

Reba Weymouth