As men age, our bodies produce less Testosterone.
It’s an unfortunate, often frustrating fact men face; one that results in feeling helpless in one’s ability to stay strong, healthy, and sexually fit. In addition to Testosterone, other critical hormones and chemicals including Human Growth Hormone (HGH) also begin to deplete, yielding many of the same symptoms as Low-T.
We are proud to deliver high quality remedies and treatments to our clients, with the intention of managing the natural aging process and helping them return to the younger, healthier versions of themselves.
Testosterone is a hormone produced naturally by the body that helps a man maintain energy, mood, bone strength, sex drive, sexual function, muscle mass and strength. Most of the testosterone in a man's body is produced in the testicles.
Normal levels of testosterone
Just like your cholesterol or blood pressure, there are ranges for testosterone levels that are considered normal. The brain and the testicles work together to keep testosterone in this range. When levels of testosterone are below normal, the brain signals the testicles to make more. When testosterone levels reach a normal level, the brain signals the testicles to make less. Normal levels of testosterone change as you age.
What is low testosterone?
Low testosterone can be caused by a signaling problem that occurs between the brain and the testicles that causes the production of testosterone to drop below normal. The brain may also signal the testicles to cut testosterone production if it feels the body has too much testosterone. Low testosterone also can occur when your testicles can't make normal levels of testosterone. Low testosterone affects more than 13 million men in the U.S. over the age of 45. Even though it's natural for men to lose testosterone as they age, the medical condition hypogonadism, also known as low testosterone, is not a natural part of aging. Typically, there is no cure for low testosterone. It is a medical condition that may require ongoing treatment.
Low testosterone can be easily diagnosed with a simple blood test and treated with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to bring your testosterone levels back to normal. The testosterone replacement therapy options available are:
Each of these options provides adequate levels of hormone replacement. Each has side effects and advantages and disadvantages.The choice of hormone replacement therapy is best made with a thorough discussion between you and your doctor. This can be discussed at the free testosterone replacement therapy consultation.
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