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Hormonal Imbalance: What You Can Do Now to Level Up

Everyone experiences a natural decline in hormones over time. This hormonal imbalance can lead to bloating, fatigue, irritability, hair loss, mood swings, problems with blood sugar, trouble concentrating, decreased libido and infertility. In fact, hormones affect every cell and system in the body—and when they’re off, they can make you feel awful and lead to … Continued

TRT Before and After: What to Expect

Testosterone is the most important male hormone for sexual and reproductive development. Not only is it responsible for sperm production and regulation of sex drive, it also regulates bone mass, fat distribution, muscle mass and strength and the production of red blood cells. Testosterone levels naturally decrease after age 30. But when they drop too … Continued

How Low T Treatment Works for High Cholesterol

Testosterone therapy is used by millions of men to treat the natural decline of testosterone in men. Testosterone, while commonly known for supporting libido, muscle mass and bone density, may also play an important role in lowering cholesterol levels. Cholesterol and testosterone Cholesterol has several important functions in the body. It’s an important part of … Continued

Is Sex Better With Testosterone Therapy Treatments

More than two million men receive testosterone therapy in the United States each year. Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in men. It is responsible for maintaining muscle growth, bone density, adequate fat distribution, heart health and libido, as well as promoting the production of red blood cells. In addition to causing physical changes, low … Continued

Is Treating Low T Safe and Effective?

Low T treatment, or hormone replacement therapy, is used to help treat men with abnormally low levels of testosterone. Low T can adversely affect normal body functions, which can lead to decreased muscle mass and lower sex drive. What are the benefits of Low T treatment? For men with Low T, hormone replacement therapy can … Continued

When Does Perimenopause Start in Women?

Perimenopause, if you’re curious, breaks down like this: “Peri” means “around.” So, perimenopause describes the time “around menopause.” For some women, perimenopause lasts only a few months and for others, four to 10 years. Perimenopause ends and menopause begins when you have stopped having periods for one full year, or 12 months. As women go … Continued

Does Low Testosterone Cause Weight Gain?

The low testosterone/weight-gain connection: It’s a reality for millions of men. Normal levels of testosterone are crucial to fueling metabolism. If you’ve gained weight around your midsection and often feel tired or downright fatigued, it’s possible you’re experiencing two key symptoms of Low T. And here’s the thing: You know you should probably exercise more. … Continued