As you finish cleaning off Table Eight, it suddenly hits you that your acting career is going nowhere and that you may be waiting tables for the next 40 years. How do you stay young-looking long enough to get that one big break that will catapult you to your Best Acting nomination?
Aging men often suffer from Low T. What is Low T? It’s a chronic deficiency of testosterone, the male sex hormone. Men with Low T have a number of symptoms:
- Weight gain
- Hair loss
These are not the characteristics of a sought-after celebrity. Quite the opposite – nothing spells washed-up like Low T. Celebrities may not be smart, but they aren’t stupid – they know they’ve got to get their hormones working again if they want to stay in the spotlight. That’s why many aging celebrity men sign up for testosterone replacement therapy. They receive a weekly injection of testosterone, and quickly they start looking and acting younger. Their energy returns, it’s easier to shed extra pounds and women once again seem interesting to them. Before you know it, our rejuvenated celebrity is getting his picture taken at fancy restaurants and resorts. Next come commercials and celebrity endorsements. Ultimately, he is playing kindly Uncle Moishe in a box-office hit about a crime-stopping pawn broker.
However, remember that testosterone replacement can be risky to your health and should be monitored by a health professional.
Female celebrities may resort to Botox and other cosmetic procedures in their 30s and 40s, but as they approach 50 they face menopause and the loss of their sex hormones. The solution is bioidentical hormone replacement (BHR) – estrogen and other compounds that prolong a woman’s beauty and desirability. Diet and exercise won’t do it, but BHR is very beneficial:
- Take a decade off of your looks
- Feel like a young woman again
- Have sex again, and this time, enjoy it
- Get rid of hot flashes, night sweats and insomnia
- Feel a great energy surge
- Compete with younger women for acting roles
Suzanne Somers is a well-known advocate of BHR. She was the sexy, dreamy roommate on Three’s Company, but that was a long time ago. Yet, look at her today and she appears to be vibrant and young despite being born in 1946. Her book, Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones, took the stigma off of BHR and gave permission to millions of women to take control of their own aging.
Once again, always consult with a health care professional before starting any new treatment regimen.
There you have it. Your future is in your own hands. Keep yourself looking young and sooner or later your celebrity destiny will be fulfilled. Now, stop daydreaming – there’s a party of four waiting for Table Eight!