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Testosterone Imbalance

Aging is inevitable. As your body gets older, its ability to produce and absorb hormones necessary to keep your body healthy and youthful is significantly reduced. Toxic chemicals called endocrine disruptors can alter your hormonal balance as well. Unfortunately, they’re prevalent in our environment as they are found in plastics, cleaners, cosmetics, and other products which makes them hard to avoid. Using personalized medicine and hormone optimization can help restore energy and vitality. Aging is inevitable, but that does not mean we have to get old.

Testosterone controls a plethora of bodily functions like eating, sleeping, homeostasis (the body’s ability to regulate its temperature, blood pressure, etc), and libido. When your hormones are imbalanced, you feel it.

Symptoms of testosterone imbalances in men include:

  • Decreased muscle mass
  • Increased central body fat
  • Decreased cognitive function (brain fog)
  • Lack of energy
  • Pollution
  • Erectile dysfunction

This degradation is common, but there are ways to treat it. Some prescriptions only address each of these symptoms individually but don’t resolve the root cause.

The best way to resolve these issues and any other side effects you may have from hormonal imbalance is to undergo testosterone optimization.

Testosterone Optimization

Testosterone Optimization is the process of analyzing your current hormone levels to identify where there is an overproduction, underproduction, and/or a lack of absorption.

Testosterone Optimization is a comprehensive approach that addresses the root causes of hormonal imbalance.

Nimbus provides a personalized prescribed treatment plan to help you reach testosterone optimization. This may includes optimizing certain nutrients, lifestyle optimization, targeted supplementation, or hormone replacement therapy.

Meet your provider

Dr. Richard Harris

Dr. Harris is a board-certified internal medicine physician and pharmacist. He attended the University of Texas at Austin for pharmacy school and then pursued medical education at the McGovern School of Medicine in Houston. His passion is to help all people be proactive regarding their health, especially with hormone and metabolic health. Dr. Harris is an avid reader, weight lifter, and video game enthusiast.

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Who is Nimbus?

As a company, the mission of Nimbus is to bring personalized medicine to anyone who wants to look, feel, or live a happier and healthier life. Access to personalized medicine has been something that is typically out of reach for many of us due to cost or lack of providers, but with the launch of Nimbus, Jobby hopes to make it accessible for anyone who wants it…all from the comfort of their own home. The customized treatment plans Nimbus provides address two very important issues that affect millions upon millions of people; hair loss and hormone imbalances.

As someone who struggled personally with alopecia areata, Jobby had a unique perspective on how the millions of people dealing with hair loss feel. And as an owner of a Texas-based compounding pharmacy and an active member of the pharmacy community, he also had the unique resources, and personal interest, to develop one of the most effective ways to treat hair loss – by looking at genetic predispositions and treating patients based on their unique biochemistry and genetic conditions. As a patient himself, Jobby has created one of the most effective and personalized ways to address the underlying cause of hair loss.

Beyond hair loss, Jobby also believes personalized medicine should extend to something that affects daily life for men and women alike, imbalanced hormones. From fatigue to poor performance to mood swings, hormone balance is crucial to a happy and healthy life. Nimbus has developed an innovative way to test your hormone levels and create personalized treatment plans to help you reach new goals or simply feel better in your skin, all at an affordable price.

“It is our mission to help improve access to personalized medicine that allows our patients to live better lives. However they define that, we’re here for them.”

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