We all do what we can to stay in good health, but inevitably our bodies begin to change as life shifts gears and changes pace.
As all men age, testosterone in the body naturally begins to decline. In fact, testosterone levels begin to decline by about 1% per year starting in some men as young as 30 years old. This is a natural part of life that all men will experience.
Testosterone levels can have an enormous impact on a man’s physical and mental health...
Well, basically because of what all it is responsible for within the male body. Testosterone is a hormone found in men that is a key player in many aspects of a man’s physical and mental makeup. As men age, they may begin to feel the effects of low testosterone.
The more of these symptoms a man has, the more likely he is to be diagnosed with low testosterone.
Testosterone is responsible for a man’s sex drive and muscle development. Testosterone (T) is also credited for men’s deep voices, facial hair, libido, and red blood cell production.
Testosterone contributes heavily to a man’s libido, as well as the frequency and quality of a man’s erections. Beyond these physical attributes, proper T levels can boost mood and support healthy brain function. Men in their fifties and sixties may begin to experience the adverse effects of low T. Symptoms may include:
Low T is an underdiagnosed issue that affects anywhere from two to six million men in the US… In short, you are not alone.
At Innovative Men’s Health, we specialize in helping men take their life back with cutting edge Testosterone Replacement Therapy. TRT has proven itself a safe and effective method for treating men from all walks of life who find themselves experiencing low T.
Testosterone Therapy with Innovative Men’s Health can
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) can lead to:
During your initial appointment we look to learn more about what makes you, well, you. This initial information helps us to get a feel for what types of options may work best for your health and lifestyle. For our prospective TRT patients we initially test for total testosterone, free testosterone, and PSA levels. From there further consultations will discuss the results of any tests, and our experienced doctors will discuss potential treatment options tailored to you.
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It could be said that testosterone is what makes men, men. It gives them their characteristic deep voices, large muscles, and facial and body hair. It plays a role in sperm production, fuels libido, and contributes to normal erections. It also fosters the production of red blood cells, boosts mood, and aids cognition.