Men – Has the Tiger in You gone to Sleep?

testerone newsletterThe following list represents the effects of low testosterone on cardiovascular disease and general wellbeing:

  • Depression
  • Lack of energy
  • Erectile dysfunction – unable to achieve or maintain an erection
  • Forgetfulness – low testosterone levels can lead to an increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in men
  • Cholesterol, fibrinogen, triglycerides, and insulin levels increase
  • Coronary artery elasticity diminishes
  • Blood pressure rises
  • Human growth hormone (HGH) declines (weakening heart muscle)
  • Obesity – abdominal fat increases (increasing the risk of heart attack)
  • Low sperm count
  • Increased breast size
  • Low libido (low / no sex drive)
  • Decreased height – getting shorter
  • Decreased strength
  • Decreased ejaculate
  • Testicles shrink
  • Hot flushes and night sweats

Before beginning testosterone replacement, comprehensive blood testing is necessary to determine liver-kidney function, and levels of glucose, minerals, lipids, thyroid, free and total testosterone, estadiol, DHT, DHEA, PSA, homocysteine, LH (optional), and SHBG (optional).  A digital rectal exam is recommended to eliminate the possibility of prostate cancer.

Nutritional supplements should be added to the diet depending upon test results that can enhance libido and prevent testosterone from cascading into estrogen and DHT.
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If you experience any of the above there is a strong possibility that you have low testosterone levels and we offer natural solutions at Lifestyle Clinic.

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