Across the US alone, 25 MILLION people are using Dihydrotestosterone inhibitors regularly, often to combat hair loss.
The question is, is keeping our hair worth the side effects?
What are the deleterious side effects of DHT inhibitors, and who stands to be impacted by them the most?
Are we in trouble if we’ve already started using them?
In this episode, Founder of Aseir Custom, Nick Andrews, and Medical Director of ReNue Health, Dr. Rob Kominiarek tackle the topic of DHT inhibitors and the effects they have on the male (and female) body.
The use of a DHT inhibitor to try to stop hair loss is purely egoic. -Dr. Rob Kominiarek
Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways
- Who can use DHT inhibitors, and who should AVOID them at all cost
Does anyone stand to gain from utilizing Dihydrotestosterone blockers?
- The role of medical professionals in the widespread use of DHT inhibitors
Are doctors actively prescribing harmful medication, or is something else contributing to the popular use of DHT blockers?
- How DHT blockers impact men’s sexual health
Dihydrotestosterone is commonly used to aid women’s sexual health, so how would blocking the same hormone impact erectile function?
Nick Andrews is the Founder of Aseir Custom.
A qualified Biochemical Engineer passionate about getting the human body performing at optimal levels, Nick has more than 2 decades of experience in the Pharma World and has used his expertise to develop industry-leading peptide cosmeceuticals.
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Dr. Rob Kominiarek is the medical director of ReNue Health.
Certified in Age Management Medicine through the renowned Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation and the Foundation for Care Management in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dr. Rob is also a United States Army veteran, bestselling author, and an advocate for overall body health.
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