Evidently, as people age they’re ‘in the mood’ less frequently. Empirical wisdom tells us that men’s sex drive begins to wane in their late 20’s particularly when diet, exercise, and work habits are less than ideal. So the solution is better living through chemistry. Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) can help turn that around. Essentially, a scientist or some medical professional (hopefully not a kid with a GED) will measure various hormone levels and then concoct specific tonic for an individual.
This treatment is being used for both genders. Evidently, getting the right mix of testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, and ovarian hormones is the key to helping women with a minimum of side effects. The therapy helps with other effects of aging too; mostly energy level and some people claim mental acuity. Critics think that there are still too many variables and that BHRT (or any Hormone Replacement Therapy) can be ineffective or even dangerous. Dangerous isn’t good, but it seems like if something is benign but you convince yourself that it’s the fountain of youth it can’t really be too bad. Unfortunately, this whole thing seems like an infomercial. And is it just us? Or is 75% of science dedicated to improving sex lives? Sure it’s the most natural fun you can have but curing disease, exploring new energy sources, and making nutritious food seem relatively important too. BHRT is worth looking into though.