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If 50 Is the New 30, Why Does 40 Feel Like 70?

BodyLogicMD Uncovers "The Mystery of the Lost Libido"

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Throughout the media, we are inundated with sexy over-40s who seem to have stopped time - or at least made it work for them. Demi Moore. Goldie Hawn. Michelle Pfieffer. How do they do it? And why are so many other women hitting their 40s at the same time their sex drives are hitting the brakes?

"It's easy to blame carpooling, full-time jobs, and everyday stress for a low - or even nonexistent - libido," says Dr. Jennifer Landa, BodyLogicMD Orlando physician and hormone therapy expert, "but many times hormones are at the root of problem. Proper sexual function relies on the delicate interplay of multiple hormones, specifically estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. When these hormones are out of balance, it can leave both men and women feeling anything but sexy.

"When my patients complain of losing their sex drive, it's time to do an in-depth review of all the hormones at play to determine exactly what is causing low libido," shares Dr. Landa. "Usually, it is multi-factorial, so lifestyle definitely plays a part."

Bioidentical hormone therapy integrated with proper nutrition including supplements, stress reduction and fitness helps balance out hormonal levels such as testosterone and cortisol so that libidos are improved.

"You can just imagine how happy my patients are to learn that a monitored bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) program not only will help them get their sex lives back on track, but also improve their overall health."

About BodyLogicMD

Founded in 2003, BodyLogicMD currently has 25 locations nationwide each with highly trained, physician-owned practices specializing in natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy integrated with fitness and nutrition for men and women suffering from hormonal imbalance, menopause, and andropause. BodyLogicMD is currently featured as an expert resource on Oprah.com; Suzanne Somers' latest book "Breakthrough: Eight Steps to Wellness" lists BodyLogicMD as an expert source and her book, "Ageless, The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones" dedicates an entire chapter to BodyLogicMD; BodyLogicMD was featured in BusinessWeek's March 2006 cover story.
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