Carolyn Zaumeyer

What is Manopause or Andropause?

Carolyn Zaumeyer

Nurse Practitioner

LowTE Florida

4540 N. Federal Highway

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308



We have all heard about Menopause…

That dreaded time of life for women when they feel like something or someone else has taken over their bodies. Women can experience mood swings, fatigue, mental fog, depression, weight gain, night sweats and low libido.

What about guys in all this mess? Why don’t they suffer too? Don’t they age too? ABSOLUTELY!

On average, males begin hormone decline at age 35, losing up to 5% of testosterone production per year. Why is this important? Testosterone has many functions in our body beyond sexual health. Testosterone is primarily a BRAIN hormone. As we age and testosterone declines, we feel those brain symptoms!

Do any of these sound familiar? Brain fog, decreased mental clarity, difficulty focusing, memory loss, mood swings, irritability, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, extreme fatigue, just to name a few! Returning your hormone levels to what they were maybe 10-15 years ago may make you feel and look more like your more vibrant younger self!

So why use Bio-Identical Hormones? Because they allow your body to feel and function as it did maybe 10-15 years ago. Restoring your youthful hormone balance is paramount to feeling and looking your best. Balanced hormones can help you meet the demands of life without turning down the speed-dial.

On top of it all, research has shown that optimizing your hormones with Bio-Identical Hormone pellet therapy is protective to the heart, bones, breasts, brain and relationships!

Hormone replacement therapy has been getting a lot of attention lately. Many practitioners go to a weekend course and add BHRT to their practice – without the in-depth knowledge and passion of hormone expert Carolyn Zaumeyer.

At LowTE Florida® we provide individualized treatment based on your biochemistry and your medical history using the proven BioTE® method – grounded in science, not guesswork. For more information, go to: or call 954-791-4498.

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