Round Circle on Testosterone and CV Risk…….finally vindication
Testosterone, estradiol levels could help predict sudden cardiac arrest
Commentary by Dr. Kadish:
Testosterone and in general hormone evaluations have never been mainstream. Now we have another clear study why it can more than impact your sex life….. but…. keep you breathing.
It’s been only a few years since the winds of addressing both male and female hormone declines has become “acceptable” by conventional medicine. In this study we see another clear indication where it not only makes sense but might save your life. With the new methods of being able to assess your risk factors, i.e.. using the 6th generation lipid and hormone tests, we can effectively also reduce your risk radically.
The recent decline in the cost of hormone testing should make this a regular and very appropriate intervention that will potentially add years of quality to your life.
At the Center, we have been using an integrated hormone approach to effectively address not only your risk but your quality of life.Clearly hormone balance is a critical piece in the ability to maintain a lower biological age as time moves forward.
Natural hormone therapy is an easy to integrate and cost effective means of feeling better.
Consider your situation and call us to arrange to reduce your aging and have you feeling your optimal best. 541.773.3191
September 4, 2014
Assessing sex hormone levels could help identify people who are at an increased risk for sudden cardiac arrest, according to research published in Heart Rhythm.
Lower testosterone levels were observed in men who experienced sudden cardiac arrest and higher levels of estradiol increased likelihood in both men and women, researchers at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute discovered.
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Dr. Kadish is an unusual physician often referred to as a "doctor detective". His expertise is the evaluation and treatment of complex disorders, typically after other physicians have been stumped, is renowned. He provides care for all family members and has additional training in autistic spectrum disorders and chronic complex diseases.