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Low testosterone is a lack of production of testosterone in men. As people age, a decline in testosterone production is experienced. Very low levels of testosterone in men increase the risk of obesity and heart attack. Maintaining proper amounts of testosterone in the body is important to sustain overall health and well-being. Testosterone is a steroid hormone necessary for enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. Testosterone replacement therapy can be used to combat low testosterone and promote testosterone production.
Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Increased Sexual Desire
Improved Muscle Mass
Higher Energy Levels
Decreased Irritability And Anxiety
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About Low Testosterone
Maintaining proper amounts of testosterone in the body is important to sustain overall health and well-being. Testosterone is a steroid hormone necessary for enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. Also, this hormone supports the development of certain male attributes like hair patterns, muscles, and voice modulation. Although testosterone is considered a male hormone, women also need small quantities of it for muscle and bone strength. In general, an adult human male produces about eight to ten times more testosterone than their female counterparts. Testosterone production in men increases under the puberty stage. Normal testosterone levels in the bloodstream are about 359 and 1230 nanograms. As people age, a decline in testosterone production is experienced. This decline causes low sex drive, constant tiredness, depression, and loss of strength. Furthermore, very low levels of testosterone in men increase the risk of obesity and heart attack.
Low testosterone levels result from an inability of the testes to produce adequate quantities of testosterone. This development affects the whole body system and causes many physiologic, chemical, and hormonal changes. Age is not the only culprit for the drop in testosterone production. According to David Zava, PhD., the president of ZRT Laboratory, a leading hormone research lab in the United States, many factors contribute to low testosterone levels. Environmental toxins, prolonged stress, and depression are just some of the factors that may trigger the body to lower testosterone reproduction. Lifestyle can also be a factor in lowered production of this hormone. Excessive drinking, smoking, lack of exercise, and an unhealthy diet may damage the testes and lower testosterone production. Other reasons for low production of this substance are hypertension, use of anabolic steroids, prescription or non-prescription medications, surgeries, cancers, and infections.
People can improve testosterone levels by changing their lifestyles, seeking available treatments to help this deficiency. General treatments include testosterone injections, patches, and pills, improving their diet, and including exercise programs in their daily lives. Exercise and other physical activities are proven to show measurable improvements in testosterone levels. However, these activities should be done properly to avoid over-training. Over-training causes fatigue and diminish sterility, it temporarily reduces sperm quality and quantity. This happens because the body literally “kills” itself during exercise to build and improve the body and needs rest to attain normal cell development. Intense physical activities may reduce the level of hormones in the bloodstream that affects sperm production. These sperm levels return to nearly normal after about three days. They added that drinking coffee after a few hours of training may protect sperm quality because of the antioxidants that are found in caffeine.
Testosterone replacement therapy can also be done to promote testosterone production. Improved muscle mass, increased bone density, higher energy levels, decreased irritability and anxiety are some of the benefits associated with testosterone replacement therapy.
While low testosterone levels pose a potential threat to the well-being and health of many older men, the treatments are prescription grade and should not be abused. Individuals are encouraged to talk to doctors or other medical specialists and are discouraged from buying under the table (black market testosterone). Increasing testosterone levels in men are possible and we can help you get on a treatment program, but it should only be done with the advice of medical professionals.
Are you going through male menopause?
Male Menopause and Depression: How to Cope Up With Male Menopause
You may not know it but men also experience a certain condition that many thought only women experiences. This condition can get someone depressed and lose interest in sex. This condition is called male menopause.
For years, many people have always linked menopause to women. However, studies have found that males also experience this condition. Sometimes, people describe this condition as a mid-life crisis. Male menopause has been found to have similar symptoms that women experience.
Male menopause occurs when a man reaches a certain age. One of the known symptoms of male menopause is depression. Males who experience this condition will be constantly sad, anxious, and depressed. Because of this, it may be mistaken for depression.
However, because of the decline in testosterone levels in men who experience male menopause, depression will occur. You have to consider that male menopause will also cause anxiety and loss of interest in sex.
This is why you should think about getting male menopause treatment to alleviate the symptoms. One such treatment is called hormone replacement therapy for men. Usually, this treatment is done for men who have low testosterone levels. However, because of male menopause and the decline of the body’s production of testosterone, testosterone replacement therapy is now done on men who are going through male menopause.
By going through this process when you are going through male menopause, it will significantly decrease the effects of male menopause. You have to consider the fact that testosterone replacement therapy will not cure male menopause. It will just help in alleviating the signs and symptoms associated with low testosterone levels and male menopause.
Depression is one of the conditions of male menopause. By going through testosterone replacement therapy, you will see that it will help you get rid of depression. It will also help you with your erectile dysfunction condition and will significantly improve your sex life. With testosterone replacement therapy, you will have your sex life back again.
However, before jumping in and get yourself treated with testosterone replacement therapy, you first have to consult with your doctor. The doctor will determine if you are indeed going through male menopause. By conducting a series of tests, the doctor will determine if your testosterone level has declined. If it has, the doctor will then recommend treatments, such as testosterone replacement therapy.
The doctor will be able to recommend a treatment program designed for you and administer and supervise the treatment. You have to consider that it is necessary for you to have the right dosage of testosterone to have a maximum effect while getting rid of the side effects.
There are different ways that testosterone replacement therapy is done. There is the injection method, the oral capsules method, the patches method, and also the implant method. Professionals in testosterone replacement therapy will let you choose which method is right for you and which method you are most comfortable with.
Always remember that testosterone replacement therapy should only be done with the supervision of a qualified professional in the field of testosterone replacement therapy. This is important to give you the best effect possible while minimizing or eliminating unwanted side effects.
So, get your life back on track, get rid of depression, and cope with male menopause through testosterone replacement therapy.
Comprehensive Testosterone Therapy
When optimal Testosterone levels (800-1300) are combined with a good diet & exerciss
program (weight/resistance training & cardio) you can expect the following benefits:
What is Testosterone?
“ Testosterone is a hormone that is produced primarily in the testicles for men and the ovaries and adrenal glands for women. This hormone is essential to the development of male growth and masculine characteristics. For women, testosterone comes in much smaller amounts. Testosterone production increases about 30 times more during adolescence and early adulthood. After early adulthood, it’s natural for levels to drop slightly each year. Your body may see a one percent decline after you’re 30 years old.
Testosterone plays a key role in your: muscle mass and bones, facial and pubic hair, body’s development of deeper voice, sex drive, mood and quality of life, verbal memory and thinking ability. See your doctor if you’re concerned about low testosterone
What are testosterone injections?
If a blood test shows that your levels are far below the norm, your doctor may suggest testosterone injections. This is a form of treatment called testosterone replacement therapy.“
What are some benefits of testosterone?
Healthy heart and blood
Less fat, more muscle
Better verbal memory, spatial abilities, or mathematical reasoning
How do I know if my testosterone is low?
A blood test can determine your testosterone levels and help diagnose if you need treatment or not, a healthy diet and regular exercise are necessary for good health and to ensure the maximum effectiveness of testosterone treatment.
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We recommend giving your body a few weeks to get used to being on your treatment, please also keep in mind Individual results will vary.