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The new therapy is a personalised bio-identical hormonal replacement, which includes a curated and tailored combination of hormones
– Dr Vicente Mera, head of international medicine and anti-ageing at SHA

SHA Wellness Clinic is offering bioidentical hormone replacement therapies (HRT) for men over 40, in Alicante, Spain.

The treatment is a part of a seven-day Healthy-Ageing programme which is designed to reduce the effects of hormone decline and ageing in later life.

The therapy differs from the conventional HRT prescribed to women during the menopause.

“Traditional HRT therapy consists of a systematic supplementation with synthetic hormones,” said Dr Vicente Mera, head of international medicine and anti-ageing at SHA.

“The new therapy is a personalised bio-identical hormonal replacement, which includes a curated and tailored combination of hormones and does not require self-medication.”

The hormone supplement is claimed to reduce fatigue, relieve bloating and improve sleep, memory and cognitive function.

During the programme, SHA also conducts comprehensive testing of multiple disciplines such as cardiology, neurology, urology, hepatology and sleep, to assess patient’s current state of wellbeing and determine what action needs to be taken to optimise their health.

Developed to teach and support healthy lifestyle habits, the Healthy-Ageing retreat is tailored to guests’ needs. Each stay begins with an agenda planning session to allow guests to tailor their itinerary and add any other preferred test, therapy, consultation or treatment.

The programme costs €7,500 (£6394, US$8,313) and also includes wellness treatments, a nutritional consultation, natural therapies such as colonic irrigation, access to the hydrotherapy circuit and a personal training session.

SHA also offers a similar Healthy-Ageing programme designed for women, with specific tests and consultations tailored to the female body, for the same price.

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SHA Wellness Clinic is offering bioidentical hormone replacement therapies (HRT) for men over 40, in Alicante, Spain.
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