dysfunction is a common disorder affecting both men and women, and
can lead to severe emotional problems such as depression, anxiety,
and loss of self esteem. Although the likelihood of sexual dysfunction
increases with age, many experts stress that it is not simply a "natural"
or "inevitable" consequence of aging.
Impotence is estimated to affect as many as 30 million
men in the U.S. alone. After menopause, many women experience a
decline in libido, sexual pleasure, and the ability to express orgasm.
Some men, too, as they age, experience reduced sex drive and steady
decline in sexual ability. Others do not--and the difference often
lies in hormone function. Several GSDL tests can uncover imbalances
that may be triggering diminishing sex drive, impotence, and other
problems of sexual function.
Dysfunction and Male Hormones: Low libido, weakened sexual
performance, and a gradual decrease in the size of sexual organ
can be caused by falling levels of testosterone in men as they age.
Dysfunction and Female Hormones: In women, sex drive
and sexual pleasure are directly tied to levels of two important
Dysfunction and IGF-1: Growth hormone stimulates many
of the body's physiological mechanisms associated with youth, including
a strong and healthy sexual function.
Dysfunction and Elemental Imbalances: Nutrients fuel
the body, so key mineral shortages, especially when combined with
toxic overload, can seriously impair both sex drive and performance.
Dysfunction and Amino Acids: Amino acids play a vital
role in the mechanisms of sexual arousal.
Rispoli has her Ph.D. in Nutrition,
is a licensed Acupuncturist and
clinical researcher. She has been
in practice for well over 25 years.
It is through her clinical practice
that she has gained insights into
chronic health conditions. If
you are suffering from unexplained
symptoms that come and go you owe
it to yourself to find out why.
Find out today call for a Nutritional
Consultation with Dr. Rispoli.
happiness is a reflection of your
health call today For an
appointment, contact her office
at (800) 956-7083 or (818) 707-3125.
We also offer Functional Laboratory
tests that can be done through the
mail in the privacy of your home
to help determine why you are having
these symptoms. For more information
on these click on lab tests.