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Should I get a GenAge evaluation?

Deciding whether or not to get an evaluation of your medical and lifestyle health is an important first step to taking control of your health and vitality. It’s not only a commitment of financial resources, time and effort; it’s a decision to face the reality of your current health head-on and to take control. So, why should you get an evaluation from GenAge?

Women and men come to GenAge for wide-ranging reasons, including the following.


Energy and Sleep Disturbances

  • My energy levels seem low, but my doctor can’t find a reason.

  • I am doing PT after knee surgery, and my therapist and I both note that I seem tired all the time.

  • I don’t seem to sleep well; I’m never well rested anymore.

 

Sex Drive

  • My libido/sex drive is low/gone.

  • I can’t keep a firm erection.

  • Even with foreplay, I stay so dry that intercourse is painful.

  • I can’t climax anymore/I rarely have an orgasm.

 

Weight Gain and Athletic Performance

  • I can’t lose weight with diet and exercise, no matter how hard I try.

  • I’ve lost figure/physique/shape, but I exercise all the time.

  • I’m struggling to get stronger; I can’t build my endurance.

  • My trainer feels I should be progressing more, given the effort I put in.

  • I can’t recover after workouts; I’m sore for days afterward.

  • An active weekend leaves me feeling whipped for days; I shouldn’t be feeling so old!

 

Brain Fog, Motivation and Mood

  • I feel like my thinking is foggy/ my memory is slipping/I get mentally tired quickly.

  • I don’t feel like doing anything anymore; I can’t get motivated.

  • I’m depressed, but don’t know why/ I try different anti-depressants but they don’t seem to help.

  • My anti-depressants no longer work very well.

 

Hormone Imbalances

  • I have some/all the symptoms of menopause; I get hot flashes, I can’t sleep, and I am so irritable.

  • I’ve developed migraines ever since I started missing periods.

  • I have joint and muscle pain that seems like fibromyalgia/ my doctor feels I have signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia.

  • My skin seems so thin and unhealthy.

  • My hair is thinning/falling out.

  • I take my Synthroid/levothyroxine just as prescribed, but it doesn’t help.

  • I’m using the hormone replacement my doctor prescribes, but I don’t feel any better.

  • I am doing bioidentical hormone replacement therapy already, but it doesn’t seem to be helping.

 

If you can relate to any of these symptoms, take the first step in regaining control of your health and vitality. Schedule a free consultation today.

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