Sexual health is an incredibly important part of your life. Unfortunately, there are many conditions for both men and women that can keep you from living life to the fullest. From erectile dysfunction to the complications from menopause, your sexual health can be disrupted.
Stem Cell Therapy is a revolutionary treatment for both men and women looking to improve their sexual health that can help revitalize and combat male and female sexual dysfunction. Libido, sensitivity and the ability to orgasm are key components. All aspects of sexual health are addressed including the overall state of a person’s health and their hormone status. Stem Cell Therapy is used to naturally encourage your body’s own regenerative and healing properties.
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Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (low desire): The cause of this condition is the abnormally low libido.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder: This issue and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder typically go together. With this condition women have trouble becoming aroused.
Female Orgasmic Disorder: Women who suffer this condition can have sex comfortably, but have trouble achieving orgasm.
Dyspareunia (painful sex): this condition can cause intercourse to be a painful and frustrating ordeal.
The key hormones that play a role in sexual wellness include testosterone and estrogen. They must be present and in the right ratio. Testosterone inside the brain gives the feeling of “everything is well” and calms the brain. Testosterone also makes the clitoris and nipples sensitive and contributes to sexual arousal. Estrogen is responsible for vaginal lubrication and the fullness of tissue. Another hormone that can contribute to being able to relax and produce vaginal lubrication is oxytocin. Oxytocin can be prescribed as a sublingual lozenge that can be taken at the time of sexual activity.
The strength of the pelvic floor muscles and the health of the female genitalia also play a role in the ability to enjoy stimuli and have orgasms. Female sexual health is complex and delicate.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for female sexual wellness that can help the key areas of the vagina and clitoris, the regenerative cells begin to restore the vaginal tissue, producing impressive results.
Using also Stem Cells Therapy, women can once again confidently experience the many positive benefits of an active sex life. Vaginal rejuvenation and incontinence therapy also can be treated with stem cells; this is a regenerative treatment that can direct your own body to repair and stimulate cells that could be hindering normal sexual function.
PRP and Stem Cell Therapy could help you archive
Greater arousal from clitoral stimulation
Younger, smoother skin of the vulva
A tighter introitus
More frequent orgasm
Increased sexual desire
Increased ability to have a vaginal orgasm
Decreased pain for those with dyspareunia
Increased natural lubrication
Decreased urinary incontinence
Erectile dysfunction is caused when a man fails to achieve or maintain an erection during sexual activity. While a single instance of a failed erection is no cause for concern, when it occurs more than 50% of the time it is a definitive case of erectile dysfunction. ED has several causes, both physical and mental Stem cell treatment for erectile dysfunction can help nearly any man experience larger, firmer and more frequent erections. This treatment uses PRP or a combination of and stem cells to heal damaged and aged tissues.
Adrenal Fatigue Although there are many symptoms of adrenal fatigue—and not every person suffering from the condition will experience every symptom—there are some common things that are usually good indicators of the condition. The most common symptom is a feeling of being tired, lethargic and run-down, even after a good night’s sleep. As the day goes on, people who suffer from this condition will find themselves exhausted and unable to focus.
Other symptoms include:
- Depression. An unexplained and persistent feeling of depression or hopelessness may very well indicate lower than normal levels of cortisone. Everyone has an occasional down day, but those suffering from adrenal fatigue may find their feelings of despondency to be persistent.
- Craving for fatty or salty foods. If the body feels low on energy, it will naturally begin to crave foods that are high in energy. Unexplained or new cravings may be a sign that there are low cortisol levels in the body.
- Sleep problems. People suffering from adrenal fatigue may have difficulty falling asleep, or remaining asleep once they do drift off. These problems may persist even when the person is very tired and worn out.
- Sexual issues. Diminished cortisol levels have been linked to decreased sex drive and other sexual dysfunction.
- Memory problems. A low level of cortisol can result in a difficulty remembering things, especially short-term memories.
- Muscle mass loss. As adrenal fatigue continues, many people begin to lose muscle tissue.
It is worth noting that many of the symptoms of adrenal fatigue are shared by other conditions, as well. For this reason, people suffering from adrenal fatigue are commonly diagnosed with other illnesses such as lupus, fibromyalgia or depression. These misdiagnoses can lead to doctors prescribing medications that really won’t help the patient. For this reason, it is important to correctly diagnose the issue as adrenal fatigue.
The cause of this condition is decreased libido and other sexual performance issues due to decreased testosterone Level. Physiologically, what is taking place is that the testes are producing less testosterone than before. This can result in some of the more intuitive symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, decreased libido and other sexual performance issues. However, it can also result in some unexpected issues such as male breast enlargement, weight gain, increased fatigue and depression.
Although a man’s testes will continue to produce sperm until he is past the age of 80, the amount of testosterone they produce will usually begin dropping off around the mid-30s. Beginning around the age of 35, a man will experience a decrease in testosterone of about 10% a decade. By the time he is in his mid-50s, the decrease can be quite large; almost one-third of men notice symptoms by the age of 55. By the age of 65, the symptoms can be more than significant enough to cause physical and psychological issues.
There are different plans to approach andropause; the best course of action will depend on the specifics of each situation. It is possible that something as simple as a change in a man’s diet or exercise routine can bring about the desired result. In addition, some medications may be used to alleviate some of the symptoms of andropause. Testosterone replacement therapy may also be an option for some men.
Clinical Weight Loss
One mistake that some people make is treating weight loss as a one-size-fits-all endeavor. However, the fact of the matter is that people differ in their physiology. This is particularly true when it comes to comparing men and women: the kinds of weight loss programs that work for women may not work so well for men.
We bring our patients with programs where medical professionals are specially trained in understanding the male physiology and prescribe tailored weight management plans to assist our patients with their weight loss and lifestyle goals. Men who come to us find a focused and structured program to assist them in attaining the ideal blend of nutrition, exercise and weight management.
In addition, we provide our patients with tailor-made nutritional plans and use a program of coaching, practice and feedback to increase our patients’ chances of losing the weight they want to lose—and keeping it off. Finally, we utilize behavioral health specialists to help teach our patients proven strategies to reduce their weight in a safe and healthy manner.
It is our goal to develop each customized weight loss and management plan that is both effective and simple to implement. This helps to ensure our patients are able to successfully follow the plan and reap its benefits. The intended benefits include, but are certainly not limited, to:
- Reduced need for blood pressure, cholesterol and other medications.
- Reduced chances of cardiovascular issues such as heart disease, stroke, heart attack and others.
- Better overall liver function.
- Better blood sugar level regulation.
- Improved sexual performance.
- Improved confidence that comes with an improved physique.
- Higher energy levels.
- Improved mental focus.