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‘There are no valid studies about bio-identical hormones at all, not about the safety, the efficacy or at what age they should be taken.’However, even without the hormones, Dr Braverman believes it is possible to improve your sex life with diet and lifestyle advice.First, you need to work out if you’re lacking one of the brain ‘sex’ chemicals.
Among those he cites are stronger muscles and bones — it seems a healthy sex drive helps the skin manufacture vitamin D (our main source of vitamin D is the sun).
Sex also boosts our production of the ‘love’ hormone oxytocin — this helps brain function and memory.
Dr Braverman also points to a study by Queen’s University in Belfast that suggested having sex three or more times a week reduced the risk of heart attack or stroke in men by half.
Dr Braverman is based at the PATH Medical Center in New York, which he founded and which has been dubbed ‘Manhattan’s latest fountain of youth’ by Vogue magazine.
It’s the kind of place the rich flock to from all over the world.
And orgasms are thought to fight infection — increasing the number of infection-fighting cells by up to 20 per cent. It’s also recently been found that greater sexual activity in older men might protect them against prostate cancer.
Having regular sex could boost the levels of an antibody that fights colds and flu, suggested a U. But this might all sound academic to many people for whom the real problem is a poor sex life.
A deficiency in each will produce specific types of sexual problem, as outlined below.
Often, an inbalance is down to illness or simply normal ageing, says Dr Braverman.
The doctor himself is a good advertisement for his work; at 49, he is slim and fit, exuding the energy and unlined looks of a man years younger.
But if this all sounds a bit glitzy and too good to be true, Dr Braverman has genuine credentials: he is currently an assistant professor of integrative medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College (part of Cornell University).
‘I believe that bioidentical hormone therapies are probably the key anti-ageing tool,’ says Dr Braverman.