What is Andropause?
As men age, their testosterone levels tend to decrease. A man’s testosterone level usually peaks in his 20s.
After age 30, the average man’s testosterone level declines 1 to 2 percent each year. This change can be caused by the normal physiologic changes of aging, testicular dysfunction, or hypothalamicpituitary dysfunction.
By 60 years of age, more than 50 percent of men have testosterone levels in the hypogonadal range. Hypogonadism is defined as a low serum testosterone level coupled with any of the signs and symptoms. The presentation varies from person to person.
Signs of Andropause (Low T)
While testosterone replacement is often the foundation of a good anti-aging program for most men, it is by no means the only thing to be addressed. It is extremely important to also evaluate the Thyroid and Human Growth Hormone activity. The functions of these hormones if often interdependent and addressing one area without adequately assessing other areas is not in the patient’s best interests. Monitoring and addressing these levels is so very important and is the cornerstone of properly administered Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Men who receive testosterone replacement consequently report that they feel sexier, strong, and healthier. They state that it makes them feel as they did when they were in their prime. After all, this is what replenishment of hormones is all about.
It is about restoring hormones to youthful levels so you can feel as you did when you were at the peak of your physical and mental ability. Testosterone can stop and reverse the physical decline that robs men of their energy, strength and libido. The amazing part about this is you can make a change for the better
The professionals at Hormone Logics will help you gain your life back.