What You Need to Know About Testosterone Benefits
Right around 30, most men experience a significant shift in their lives. They need to find out what it is. They can’t quite put their finger on it. All they know is something has changed.
Usually, men attribute it to being tired from working so hard, keeping up with the kids, and maintaining their household. The supposition is, If I can only get one good night’s rest, It will be all better the next day, but that day never comes.
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Testosterone is in charge of a man’s most vigorous masculine requirements. It has everything to do with muscle development, sexual desire, ability and endurance, cognitive power and performance, heart functionality, bone development and rigidity, and even the money to complete daily tasks and necessities. (*)
Why Testosterone Therapy?
Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testicles and is essential to developing male growth and masculine characteristics. When these levels drop, either naturally due to age or as a result of experiencing trauma, be it physical or mental, the body begins to experience age-related manifestations and ailments such as mid-waste body fat, fatigue, cardiovascular issues, metabolic syndrome, mental fog, (*), etc.
AAI Clinics’ physician protocols can bring patient levels back to what they used to be in their youth… and help maintain them there. Once testosterone levels are brought back to optimal levels and kept there, the body responds to those levels appropriately.
Clinical studies show regression in those age-related symptoms and diseases. Moreover, a continuance of therapy can manifest anti-aging results such as strengthening your bones and muscles, including the heart, a surge in sex drive and erection potential, mental clarity, and memory increase, to name a few. (*)
Healthy Heart and Blood: A healthy heart pumps blood to the rest of the body, providing muscles and organs with the oxygen needed for peak performance. Low testosterone levels are linked to a variety of cardiovascular risks. According to Harvard Medical School, testosterone replacement therapy can widen coronary arteries.
This may be helpful for men with angina, chest pain, and pressure when your heart doesn’t get enough blood. Testosterone also can cause red blood cell counts to rise, which is good if you have anemia (low red blood cell count).
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Less Fat and More Muscle: Leaner body mass helps control weight and increases energy. Evidence shows that testosterone treatment can decrease fat and increase muscle size and strength. This effect is more significant if you combine therapy with strength training and exercise.
A study of 108 men over age 65 showed that testosterone treatment significantly decreased fat, especially in the arms and legs. Those same men had an increase in lean mass, mainly in the trunk. The men were treated with testosterone injections for 36 months.
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Stronger Bones: Strong bones help support your muscles and internal organs, boosting athletic performance. As men age and testosterone levels drop, so does bone density. This raises the risk of weak bones and osteoporosis.
Better Libido: Testosterone injection levels naturally rise in response to sexual arousal and activity. Testosterone levels fall off during long periods of abstinence. In turn, more testosterone boosts sexual desire, continuing the cycle. Testosterone has been shown to affect a man’s sexual drive and performance positively.
Improving Mood: Testosterone affects everything for men and, most significantly, the male brain. One of the surprising things that testosterone injections effects very rapidly is mood. Yes, testosterone can make us guys bitchy. Believe it or not, researchers have a term for it:
Irritable Male Syndrome.
- Researchers first noticed the effects of low testosterone in animals and have since studied this effect in a wide variety of mammals. What is counterintuitive is that instead of becoming docile and quiet, males with decreased testosterone injections become much more prone to fighting. Researchers noted that it could likely be due to a drop in brain opioids necessary for mood elevation. Thus they become both.
fearful and irritable
- At the same time – a toxic combination by any standards. (*) Testosterone Injections – Curious about testosterone injections Therapy? Read more about what you can expect from this treatment, and contact us for more information at (866) 224-5698.
Testosterone Therapy Information
- What Is Testosterone?
- Testosterone Therapy Info
- Testosterone Injections
- symptoms of Low Testosterone
- causes of Low Testosterone
- Low Testosterone in Men
- Low Testosterone in Women
- Low Testosterone
- Testosterone Cypionate
- Testosterone Propionate
- Testosterone Enanthate
- Testosterone Patches
- Testosterone Gels
- Testosterone Boosters
- Side Effects of Testosterone
**NOTE** The content in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer. We do not claim it to be fact. We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.
Supporting Hormones health is essential for overall well-being and vitality. By incorporating regular exercise, proper nutrition, adequate sleep, stress management techniques, and IV therapy, you can help maintain optimal testosterone levels and lead a healthy, balanced life. Always consult a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your lifestyle or starting any new treatments to ensure they suit your needs.
At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we advise anyone to think seriously about beginning Hormone treatment if there is no medical need for it. However, we will take every precaution to ensure that you read your program’s positive benefits by providing the latest at-home hormonal mouth-swab testing to ensure we are continually monitoring your progress and aware of any adverse side effects. Fill out the Medical History Form, or if you need more information, call us at (866) 224-5698 or (866) AAI-Low-T.
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