Andropause: Male Menopause

Men go through a hormonal change but unfortunately it is largely ignored or treated incorrectly. Men’s Testosterone starts to decline around age 30. It is a slow, gradual decline over the next few decades. Stress and chemical hormone disrupters expedite this decline.

As a man’s Testosterone decreases he may have fatigue, loss of muscle mass, poor recover from workouts, emotional changes, sleep disturbances, a decrease in morning erections, a lowered sex drive, and other diverse symptoms. Long term potential risks of low Testosterone are osteoporosis, dementia, and an increased risk of heart disease. Replacing your Testosterone can potentially mitigate these long term problems and can definitely help to bring back your vitality and performance.

When replacing Testosterone you want to use bioidentical (biologically identical) Testosterone. The best form is directly absorbable into your blood stream and gives you hormones when you need them, just as your testes would do if the functioned properly. Bioidentical pellets are the only way to this. This is given to you through an easy office procedure ever 3-6 months. As a result of this treatment you can expect to have an improved energy level, increased sense of well being, increased cognition, and overall function.

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