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Get Symptom Relief With Testosterone Replacement
Over the years men’s testosterone levels or Low T begin to diminish. With this comes various symptoms that can become problematic. Now, you have options with Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Symptoms of Low Testosterone
- Migraine Headaches
- Hair Loss
- Little to No Sex Drive
- Sleep Disturbances
- Mood Swings
- Weight Gain
- Memory Lapses
- Lower Exercise Tolerance
- Loss of Muscle Tone
WHY DO I HAVE THESE SYMPTOMS?
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Treat it with Testosterone Therapy
With customized hormone replacement plans, we can help strengthen your muscles, reduce unwanted fat, and help you regain your sex drive. This is not something to be ashamed of. It’s happening to nearly everyone with aging. Regain the confidence to live your life to the fullest again. Learn more about customizing your testosterone replacement plans today.
What is Low Testosterone (Low-T)?
Testosterone is a sex hormone produced by the human body, mostly in men. Testosterone is largely responsible for libido and sperm development for reproduction. It is also a proponent of maintaining bone and muscle mass.
The production of testosterone will decrease over time due to the inevitable aging process. Statistics released by the American Urological Association, most men over the age of 60 have low testosterone. This can lead to a myriad of symptoms, which are often subtle over time and is often accepted as normal signs of aging.
Decreased testosterone, commonly called “low T”, can be properly determined when a blood test that measures the specific level of testosterone is analyzed. The normal range for testosterone average between 300–1000 ng/dL (FDA).
How can Testosterone Replacement Help?
One indicator of low testosterone is a drastic drop in sex drive. Loss of interest in sex can affect personal relationships and ultimately cause anxiety or depression.
Libido is the drive and desire to have sex. Increased sex drive causes a physical response by the body in preparation for sex, which is an erection. Erections are achieved and maintained based on proper level of testosterone in the body. Testosterone causes the brain to trigger a series of chemical reactions required for an erection to happen. If a man has noticeable issues with achieving erections before intercourse, low testosterone is likely a factor. Low levels of testosterone could also be a contributor to the decreased amount of semen during ejaculation.
Increased Body Fat
Low testosterone can be a contributor of increased body fat. One way that this can be noticed is with enlarged breast tissue. This is ultimately due to improper levels of testosterone in combination with other sex hormones. Men also store fat deep in the belly area (visceral fat); this fat is very difficult to lose with diet and exercise and can lead to health issues.
Lack of Energy
Noticeable lack of motivation for physical activities and/or exercise even with sufficient sleep, are signs that testosterone levels could be low. Loss of energy is a key indicator that your testosterone could be below a therapeutic level.
Building and maintaining muscle mass require adequate testosterone to be effective. Noticeable changes in muscle building when testosterone is at a ideal level.
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