Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy with Dr. Johanan Rand

Bioidentical hormones replacement therapy aims to help aging men and women who are experiencing a decline in Testosterone, Estrogen, and Progesterone levels. For women, the focus is on the decline of Estrogen and Progesterone that usually happens as a symptom of Peri-Menopause or Menopause. This decline in essential hormones can cause multiple symptoms to women and can cause an increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and many others. You may also refer to Dr. Rand’s amazing medical dscovery.

Based on Dr. Rand’s study, for men, the focus is on a loss of testosterone levels that causes a condition called Andropause. This typically happens as men start to age but can happen earlier. As testosterone levels begin to drop in aging men there is also an increase in the production of estrogen in the body. This creates a large hormone imbalance in the body and is the leading cause of the development of Andropause. While in women the drop estrogen can be sudden in men the decline in testosterone levels is a more gradual change. As this hormone starts to drop it can increase the risk of hypertension, heart disease, and obesity.

In New Jersey, Dr. Johanan Rand founded Healthy Aging Medical Centers to help combat these issues. Dr. Rand achieved his medical doctorate at Howard University College of Medicine. He went on to intern at St Barnabas Medical Center before finally completing his residency at the prestigious Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Johanan Rand is very passionate about the field of Bio-identical hormones and is currently working on a book called “It’s not too late to live past 100”. Dr. Rand is also an active member of the A4M society and Age Management Group (https://www.zocdoc.com/doctor/dov-rand-md). He is board certified om functional medicine, regenerative medicine, and anti-aging medicine. Dr. Johanan D. Rand is also certified by the Millenium TBI network and is a consultant to Elite Health care based in China.

 

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