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Low Libido

Good health is sexy. Eating nutritious food, getting enough sleep, and engaging in regular exercise will usually do the trick to support your health and make you bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and attractive. Unfortunately, you may be doing those three things right and yet you may not feel sexy, attractive, or interested in having sex. Human sex hormones play a vital role in a complex, interwoven web of interactions occurring within the body that are associated with good health and vitality. The primary sex hormones that impact sexual desire, youthful energy, and sexual response are estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

While the presence of estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone is necessary for balanced body functioning in both men and women, too much or too little of any or all will cause problems.

Environmental pollutants, such as commonly used insecticides and chemicals in plastics, can impair pituitary gland function, resulting in dysfunction of testosterone-producing cells in the testicles of men and alterations in the reproductive cycles of women. Exposure to pesticides has been associated with menstrual cycle disturbances, reduced fertility, prolonged time-to-pregnancy, spontaneous abortion, stillbirths, and developmental birth defects.

With the rise of environmental pollution, more men and women in their early-to-mid-thirties suffer from low levels of testosterone and the low libido that accompanies it.

If you want to feel young and sexy, make sure your hormones are in balance, and you detox the environmental toxicants out of your system so they don’t disrupt your hormones. At Medela Centers, we offer in depth testing of your sex hormones, and a physician supervised detoxification program to help you get your sexy back.