Testosterone is the life source for the male body. It’s what makes a man a man. Without enough, you’ll feel like you don’t have enough gas in your tank.
The thyroid gland and its many associated hormones regulates metabolism, and can be thought of as the “traffic center” for your endocrine system.
Men need a little estrogen for heart, bone, and brain health. But too much estrogen is counterproductive for men, and will cause symptoms.
GH is responsible for cell growth and repair throughout the body. Every cell, organ, and system within your body is impacted by this important hormone.
Healthy levels of DHEA are a “strong predictor” for longevity and a lower incidence of disease. It’s also the most plentiful sex hormone in the body.
Cortisol is the hormone responsible for releasing adrenalin when you’re under stress. In small doses, this is a good—but too much cortisol is toxic.