As men enter their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s a series of hormonal changes occur that collectively are referred to as ‘Andropause”. Androgens are male ‘hormones’ that provide men with strength, energy, libido, improved mood and vitality. Testosterone is the primary androgen involved and its decline in men is a normal part of the aging process. The testosterone level of a man at age 60 is often only 1/3 the level he had at age 35. If not addressed, these low levels can lead to the following;

  • Diabetes
  • Increased risk of heart attack and stroke
  • Increased risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Osteoporosis – poor bone density and increased risk for fracture

Signs of Testosterone Deficiency

While the above list shows just a few of the more significant medical maladies associated with a decline in testosterone levels, it does not include the host of quality of life issues that can plague men with declining levels, such as:

  • Decreased muscle mass
  • Stiffness in muscles and joints
  • Decreased libido
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Poor exercise performance
  • Cognitive decline
  • Depression
  • Increased fatigue and irritability
  • Decreased zest for life
Signs of Testosterone Deficiency

Andropause 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.

Common Questions About Testosterone Therapy

As men grow older, testosterone levels naturally decline. Testosterone therapy is a prescription medication that can give you back what time and nature take away! Testosterone therapy is designed to make you feel younger, stronger, and improve your confidence, so you can continue to do all the things you enjoy most in life.
Low testosterone can be caused by some disease conditions or genetic defects. However, the most common cause of low testosterone in men is the natural decline in testosterone production as you age. As a boy grows, testosterone production continues through adolescence until it reaches its highest level at about the age of 20. Through your 20s, testosterone level stays at or close to the peak. Then, once you are over 30, your testosterone level will start on a steady downward slope. By the time you are over 40, most men will be feeling the negative impacts of low testosterone.
The signs and symptoms of low testosterone also known as Low-T include:
  • A decrease in libido or sex drive
  • An overall feeling of reduced virility and vigor
  • Changes in mood
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Loss of stamina
  • Loss of muscle tone
  • Weight gain
  • Loss of memory and other cognitive issues
After a full medical examination and evaluation of your symptoms, a blood test is necessary before your doctor can give you an official diagnosis of low testosterone, and write you a prescription for testosterone therapy. A small sample of blood is taken to determine your testosterone level. There is no special preparation needed for a testosterone blood test
When taken as prescribed for you, testosterone therapy is generally regarded as safe. However, as with any prescription medication, there are some possible side-effects to testosterone therapy. Though rare, testosterone therapy side effect can include:
  • Increased body hair
  • Enlarged breasts
  • Headache
  • Increased anxiety
  • Numbness (patches and gels)
  • Pain or inflammation of the injection site (injections)
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