Low Testosterone And Headaches/ Migraines?
As a registered nurse I attend many classes, and recently had a small revelation about the relationship between age and the incidence of migraines headaches. Our teacher said that migraines headaches hardly ever appear after the age of 55, and that migraines headaches are related to hormones and hormone change. I found this remarkable, since in my many years in the ER I had in fact seen lots of younger men and women with migraines headacnes, but never older men or women. But it had not occurred to me that hormone change was the key factor to migraines headaches.
This now made perfect sense to me. Both my husband and I suffer from periodic migraines headaches, which radically diminished after we began using the hormone creams that I produce, called Prosperon for men, and Prosperine for women. We knew that these creams increase the hormone progesterone in women, testosterone in men, and diminishes the hormone estrogen in both sexes. But while we knew that we would be balancing our hormone levels and boosting our libido, we had no idea that we would be reducing my migraines, and making my husband’s a thing of the past. What an unexpected dividend! This was a first-hand verification of the relationship between migraines and testosterone levels.
Beside the diminishing of our migraine headaches we feel much more energetic. Dr John Lee states that natural progesterone is beneficial for osteoperosis, libido, brain health, allergies and skin toning etc. For sure we are very happy to not have to suffer our migrain head aches anymore.
I must add that migraines headaches can also respond if you work on avoiding stress, and limit your intake of sugar and processed foods. Weather changes can also trigger some migraines, and there’s not much we can do about that! But the amazing thing, which I now know through both science and experience, is what a difference we can make simply through the regular use of an all-natural cream.