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January 29, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Enzymes: Why do we need them to stay healthy? 5 (1)

Enzymes

Enzymes: What do we need them for? How do Enzymes work?

Enzymes, how important are they to anti-aging and why should we all take Ultrazymes from Douglas Labs.

Let us explain that enzymes are extremely microscopic, much smaller even than DNA.

Let’s talk for a second about the creation of DNA:

  • The Nucleus of every cell makes DNA.
  • Like a photocopy machine, that’s all it does. It makes DNA instructions which determine how our bodies will function, controlling both Structure and function.
  • The job of making so much daily DNA is so monumental that mistakes are made in various strands of the DNA.
  • Every cell makes these small mistakes, which, if not corrected would indeed result in death.

So, why aren’t we all falling apart and mutating? This is because of the enzymes. It is here that their role is of paramount importance, protecting our bodies and lives from unwavering deterioration. How does this work? Simple:

  • Tiny enzymes just a few molecules in size are directed by our biofeedback loop to go to the site of a bad strand of DNA.
  • Once it gets to that damaged area of DNA, they splice it out.
  • At that same time, the Nucleus makes a perfected copy of the spliced piece of DNA.
  • Another set then carries the new strand of perfected DNA to the area that was bad and splices in the new perfected strand of DNA.

It is in this most remarkable way that each second of our life they keep our DNA perfected so we do not die or get a horrible illness.

The problem is we do not get enzymes in our highly processed food. There is another imperative for them though: that of digesting our food. If we do not have them for that purpose we would be gravely ill or we would die. The end result is if we do not have enough of them and digestion of food is primary, then no DNA repair will happen and folks will eventually suffer devastating illnesses.

We want our clients and patients to be vitally healthy and live much longer so what we MUST make certain is that they have an abundance of wide spectrum ENZYMES each and every second of each and every day! It is that important! That is why we ultimately place ALL our clients on Ultrazyme from Douglas Labs.

If you are interested in aiding your body in making perfect replicas of your DNA to further promote your health and longevity, contact us at AAI REJUVENATION CLINIC by dialing Call: (866) 224-5698

Of fill out our Medical History Form to be contacted within the next 24 business hours by an expert that will be happy to answer any questions you may have, with no further obligation.

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January 24, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Hormone therapy must be with a real hormone specialist 5 (2)

Hormone Specialist Therapy

Hormone specialist therapy That is the point of our organization. Speak to an “actual”, specialized hormone specialist whom will help you understand what you will need in order to achieve all your health and fitness goals. Let us help you qualify for therapy. AAI Rejuvenation Clinic is a real, established Hormone Clinic in Fort Lauderdale, FL with an actual Bricks and Mortar location. Look us up. Fill out a form and a qualified Wellness Advisor will contact you with NO FURTHER OBLIGATION required on your part. Want to speak to the doctor directly? The very first “doctor” phone consult is free, even if you are not yet a patient of AAI Clinics. Fill out the form on our Medical History Form tab and someone will get back to you within 24 business hours.

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Why AAI Clinics, you ask yourself? AAI Rejuvenation Clinic offers an exciting new approach to anti-aging age management and total wellness for men and women. Utilizing the latest advances in total wellness we can help you look and feel your best. We believe in a comprehensive, individualized, scientific approach to wellness.

We partner with you to implement your wellness program. Our anti-aging treatments are custom-tailored to each individual because hormone therapy is not one-size fits all. Additionally, you will be assigned a Wellness Advisor to help guide you through your entire process.

We specialize in helping you revitalize your health and well-being while helping you feel more youthful. AAI Rejuvenation Clinic is operated by highly skilled, qualified professionals and physicians who focus on prescribing the proper anti-aging hormone therapy for each patient. As a result of our medical expertise, our specialists are exceptionally attentive to the details that make a difference in your health and wellness. Each of you is a unique individual; each of our treatments is customized to suit your personal needs and goals.

The process is simple. Once you’ve decided to take charge of improving your health and your future and you trust us to lead you in the process, you will reach out to us, either by clicking this Medical History Form link, or the tab above this page. Your information comes to us on a secure network. You can also call us at (866) 224-5698. We are here Monday – Friday 9am to 6pm EST.

January 18, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Live Long. Live Well. Make Certain You’re Blood Pressure is Normal in 2016. 5 (1)

Blood Pressure An Important New Year message
from your Friends at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic

We here at AAI are committed to keeping our clients in perfected states of good health. Anti-Aging and Longevity start with the very simplest basics, which we often forget, like making certain our blood pressure is normal, to very slightly below normal. Why? Because high blood pressure has no warning signs, you feel normal.

HOWEVER:

  • High blood pressure is a “silent killer” because it usually has no warning signs, yet it can lead to life-threatening conditions like heart attack or stroke.
  • 1 out of 3 people has high blood pressure!!
  • The good news is that high blood pressure, or hypertension, can often be prevented or treated. It is imperative to be diagnosed as early as possible.

We live in an age where many folks do not even have a primary doctor. Please let me say that is a very big mistake. Some of us, I included forgetting to take our Blood Pressure medicine or skip days… That is truly playing with fire. The facts speak loudly:

  • Every 3 months our blood pressure is subject to change.

We must stay on top of this health factor, as it is so consequential to a long, healthy fruitful life.

Normal blood flow delivers nutrients and oxygen to all parts of your body, including important organs like:

  • Heart
  • Brain
  • Kidneys

Your heart helps to push blood through your massive network of blood vessels, large and small. Your blood vessels, in turn, constantly adjust. They become narrower or wider in response to how much volume of blood is pumped out with each beat of your heart. We call this blood stroke volume.

  • If your arteries are starting to get stiff and a little brittle with middle age it can be because at mid-age we lose some of the all-important and vital elastin in our arteries.
  • We have collagen to make the arteries and veins strong and elastic to make them expand properly.

It’s normal for your blood pressure to go up and down throughout each day. Blood pressure is affected by:

  • Time of day
  • Exercise
  • The foods you eat
  • Stress
  • and other factors such as heredity.

Problems can arise, though, if your blood pressure stays too high for too long.

  • High blood pressure can make your heart work too hard and lose strength.
  • The high force of blood flow can damage your blood vessels, making them weak, stiff, or narrower.
  • Over time, hypertension can harm several important organs, including:
    – heart
    – kidneys
    – brain
    – eyes

Hypertension is a leading risk factor for death and disability worldwide, according to Dr. Paul Whelton, an expert in hypertension and kidney disease at Tulane University. “High blood pressure raises the risk of having a heart attack, heart failure, stroke, or kidney disease.”

  • Putting on extra weight or having a family history of high blood pressure also raises your risk for hypertension. You must take meaningful action.
  • The number one thing that you can do is to lose weight and get daily exercise.

Eat fewer fats and simple sugars….you want healthy fats like omega 3 high-density lipids from high-quality fish oil. We can help with that with our lab, which quite literally only has the highest quality nutraceutical supplements.

Because it usually has no symptoms, the only way to know for sure that you have hypertension is to have a blood pressure test at least once a month. This easy, painless test involves placing an inflated cuff with a pressure gauge around your upper arm to squeeze the blood vessels. A healthcare provider may then use a stethoscope to listen to your pulse as air is released from the cuff, or an automatic device may measure the pressure.

Blood pressure is given as 2 numbers.

  • The first number represents the pressure in your blood vessels as the heartbeats (systolic pressure).
  • The second is the pressure as your heart relaxes and fills with blood (diastolic pressure).

Experts generally agree that the safest blood pressure—or “normal” blood pressure—is 120/80 or lower, meaning systolic blood pressure is 120 or less and diastolic pressure is 80 or less. I like to keep mine at 114/70 because that is still very safe and puts much less pressure against the artery walls.

High blood pressure is defined as having an average blood pressure of above 140/90 according to the National Institute of Health’s Dr. Lawrence Fine. He oversees research on the treatment and prevention of hypertension. Since blood pressure can vary widely from day to day, a diagnosis of hypertension is usually based on an average of 2 or more readings taken on 2 or more occasions.

When diet and exercise fail, there are now medications that do not have the terrible side effects that so many people complain about. Remember we talked about the arteries needing elastin at youthful levels in order to have healthy arteries able to stretch without bursting? The prescription Enalapril comes from a group called Ace Inhibitors and scientists have found a very remarkable aspect to Ace Inhibitors.

  • Ace inhibitors can cause the artery walls to make elastin and become more youthful in a healthy ability to stretch and as they are able to stretch out more safely, blood pressure goes down with very few, if any, side effects.
  • Ace inhibitors also make the kidneys, heart, and brain healthier, according to cardiologist Dr. Luis Tami.

So folks, this New Year please make certain your blood pressure is normal and if it’s not please call your doctor right away. If you are one of our patients, call your assigned Wellness Advisor at AAI ASAP.

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January 1, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Kiwi Power 5 (1)

 

Kiwi Power

Kiwi Power. Thank you for enjoying. To view the actual articles associated with these images  • Vitamin C – Kiwi Power Also known as scorbutic acid, Kiwi Power has vitamin C is an antioxidant that is an important component of collagen. It is also needed for the synthesis of some neurotransmitters and plays a role in protein metabolism. It must be consumed through the diet or supplements because humans cannot generate endogenous vitamin C.

Kiwi Power

The benefit of obtaining supplemental nutraceuticals and other medications through the physicians at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic is that we only partner with the best of the best. Patients can verify themselves that the quality of the products produced by Douglas Labs is unparalleled. Douglas Labs are the only biochemical organization to have two ISO accreditations, which is the most highly recognized endorsement a biochemical institute can obtain. Their products are all 100% vegan and organic. Information about the efficacy of their products is provided online for patients and clients to review at any time.

Getting the vitamins and nutritional components that your body needs every day can be difficult if you do not truly understand what you need as an individual. We can help. If you have any questions, we’d be happy to help you understand what your next course of action should be. Let us help. Testosterone is also another way to help with working together with  Testosterone Injections – Curious about testosterone injections Therapy? Read more about what you can expect from this treatment and contact us for more information (866) 224-5698

The first commercial vitamin B complex (made from a yeast extract) and semi-synthetic vitamin C supplements became available in the mid-1930s. Until then, the vitamins necessary to keep the body healthy could only be obtained through food intake and changes in diet. Because of differences in the growing seasons, certain foods could only be ingested during a particular growing season, which greatly altered the types and amounts of vitamins that were ingested. Luckily, times have changed considerably and we now have the ability to extract these key nutrients and produce potent exogenous forms that can be ingested as dietary supplements. This means that key vitamins, minerals, and amino acids can be easily obtained year-round.

December 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Sleep Disturbance and the link Between Hormones 5 (1)

Sleep Disturbance and the link Between Hormones

Sleep disturbance affects every facet of our existence. Many sleep-related problems can be overcome with testosterone therapy. Men with lower testosterone levels have lower sleep efficiency, with increased nocturnal awakenings and less slow-wave (REM) sleep. Studies have even shown that sleep disturbances caused by sleep apnea, a chronic breathing problem, may be linked to low testosterone levels.

In a 2011 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), ten men volunteered to have their testosterone levels checked during eight nights of Sleep Disturbance restriction. They were only allowed five hours of sleep per night. The study found their daytime testosterone levels decreased by 10 to 15 percent. The lowest testosterone levels were in the afternoon and evening. The study also found a progressive loss of energy over the course of the week.

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Thus, there appears to be a direct correlation between testosterone levels and Sleep quantity and quality. Here at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we’re ready to help. Our services are discrete and confidential. Contact us today or fill out our medical history form. Our trained wellness team is eager to get you started on the path to a better night’s sleep.

Sleep Studies

There have been an array of medical studies pointing to the fact that Sleep Disturbance, or lack thereof, has a direct correlation to our energy levels, cognitive functions and even organ and cellular health. Most commonly, adults are expected to sleep around 9 hours a day in order to get the adequate amount necessary for optimal systemic function. Unfortunately, the great majority of people get far less sleep than is necessary and recommended. Moreover, the number of people that are getting poor quality of sleep is slowly but surely increasing, leaving us to walk around in a world full of sleep-deprived, moody zombies.

Let’s talk about scary numbers:

– 60% of adults are not getting enough sleep
– The average American is in bed 7.5 hours but only asleep about 6.1.

Recommended sleep requirements:

– Toddlers   = 14 – 12 hours
– Children   = 11 – 10 hours
– Adults     = 9 – 7 hours

  • Sleep just 6 hours a night and increase the chances of being overweight by 27% (about 14lbs a year).
  • Sleep 6 hours a day and increase the possibility of heart disease by 48%.
  • Sleep only 5 hours and increase this risk to 73%.
  • Sleeping less than 5 hours a day reduces your hormonal production by 27% and interferes with other endocrine functions so complex, you cannot measure them by a simple % indication.
  • Sleep only 4 hours a night and you will increase daily calorie intake by 22%.
  • Reducing your average night sleep by 1.5 hours impairs alertness by 32%.
  • If you only sleep 6 hours a night for 2 weeks straight your cognitive equivalence to blood alcohol level will be .10%.
  • Driving while sleepy can be equally, if not more dangerous than driving while drunk.
  • Driving while sleepy accounts for 20% of all annual car accidents.
  • There is a gene that allows people to function well only 6 hours of sleep but, it only exists in 3% of the population.

Positive sleeping points:

  • Sleeping more is not an option? Take a nap: a 20-minute nap increases cognitive function by 40%, enhancing concentration, alertness and motor skills.
  • A 45-minute nap with REM sleep enhances creative thinking and boosts sensory processing.
  • Naps over 45 or 90 minutes will leave you groggy and disoriented.
  • Complete darkness stimulates melatonin – sleep hormone.

AAI Clinics can help you with Sleep Disturbance issues. If you find that you are not acquiring the adequate amount of sleep necessary to really promote your best potential and healthiest self, contact us for assistance. Despite the fact that well-balanced hormone levels significantly aid and promote restful quality of sleep, there are other nutraceuticals that we can provide needing patients with in order to promote real deep, quality sleep that isn’t induced by synthetic drug absorption.

Depending on your particular issues and life circumstances, you will want to click on the below medications to read the herbal facts and medicinal details of each of the below body-and-mind calming options to see which one of these, or combination of these, will best aid you in your quest for real quality sleep.

        • L-Tryptophan
        • Sereniten Plus
        • Relora ®-Plex
        • Seditol ® Plus
        • Brain CALM
        • Valerian Root Max-V
        • Valsed
        • Melatonin (3 mg)
        • Controlled-Release Melatonin

 

**NOTE**  The content contained 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.

December 22, 2015 by admin 0 Comments

How is Testosterone Produced? 3.3 (7)

Testosterone Produced

Testosterone produced by the human body is chemically and functionally similar to the kind produced by synthetic manufacturing processes. Only the kind that’s manufactured is used as a therapeutic material in hormone therapy. No effective therapy depends on using the same exact chemical form produced in the body. One process is completely natural, part of what happens in a healthy person, the other process is artificial and yields the only forms of testosterone that are used in effective anti-aging medications. Both processes involve chemical steps and end up with the same end result, testosterone that’s usable by the body.

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November 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

What are the Prostate Problems with Testosterone 5 (1)

Prostate Problems and Testosterone Therapy

You can’t read anything about testosterone therapy without it being followed up with a warning about prostate issues and even prostate cancer. It was common knowledge that if you participated in Testosterone therapy, then you were ultimately going to suffer from prostate issues. Testosterone therapy has represented as a proverbial pact with the devil, by trading short-term sexual and physical rewards for the ultimate development of malignant cancer.

For the longest time, the medical community theorized that testosterone replacement therapy increased one’s risk of prostate cancer. Now, physician, Harvard-based Abraham Morgentaler, MD, FACS, has shown this theory to be inaccurate. Contrary to the notion that restoring testosterone to youthful levels is somehow risky, Dr. Morgentaler meticulously shows that there is also an increased risk of prostate cancer in aging men with low testosterone. This exact information about the dangers of declining testosterone levels was detailed quite a while back, actually, by the Life Extension Foundation.

In his book, Dr. Morgentaler details how a medical myth can be accepted by the medical community, and furthermore, by the masses, it could take years, even decades for that misinformation to be reestablished. For instance, the establishment’s misconception about testosterone and prostate cancer, which has condemned millions of aging men to suffer degenerative diseases caused by dwindling testosterone levels until just a few years ago. It was almost universally believed that Testosterone protocols would lead to some degree of increased risk of prostate issues or even cancer. Fortunately, this belief has been shown to be incorrect, and medical opinion has begun to shift quite dramatically, with good evidence that testosterone therapy is quite safe for the prostate. There is even now a growing concern that low testosterone is a risk for prostate cancer rather than high testosterone.

The very origin of the idea that Testosterone therapy causes prostate cancer is a fantastic story involving Nobel Prize winners, medical breakthroughs, and a critical paradox that took two-thirds of a century to solve.

The relationship of testosterone to prostate cancer has undergone a significant re-evaluation, and all recent evidence has reinforced the position that testosterone therapy is safe for the prostate.

The advantage of living in the 21st century is that you don’t have to take any information at face value. You should always take the time to complete your own research and investigate the information that you are being served as fast. We are fortunate that we live in a time where we can take charge and find answers and details to information we would not have had access to 10 years ago. Especially taking into account how contradicting and negative most of the information regarding the health of your prostate and testosterone therapy. It’s imperative that you take this outdated idea and do your own research.

Imagine if you are living in the fog of low testosterone based on misinformation. How devastating would it be to find out that your knowledge base was completely inaccurate? How would you feel to know that the past decade you could have felt better, looked better or been better?

Don’t let that happen to you. At AAI, we process comprehensive panels to ensure that you are healthy enough to undergo hormone therapy and keep unwanted side effects at bay. Furthermore, we schedule periodic follow-ups, based on your program, to check and see how your hormones are progressing while on therapy, to ensure your dosage is just right for you throughout the duration of your program.

Call us for more information or fill out the Medical History Form located in our header.

We look forward to hearing from you.

testosterone-injections

 

Testosterone Injections is the most common treatment for men going through andropause. This therapy may provide help and relief from the symptoms and help improve the quality of life in many cases, also lifestyle changes such as increased exercise, stress reduction, and proper nutrition also help.

Testosterone therapy is available in different forms, ask your doctor he will help determine which treatment is best for you.

TESTOSTERONE INJECTIONS: This treatment involves doses of bioidentical (Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, and Testosterone Propionate).

TESTOSTERONE PATCHES: People who wear a piece containing testosterone receive the hormone through the skin. The patches allow a slow, steady release of testosterone into the bloodstream.

TESTOSTERONE GEL: This treatment is also applied directly to the skin, usually on the arms. Because the gel may transfer to other individuals through skin contact, a person must take care to wash the gel from the hands after each application.

TESTOSTERONE CAPSULES: This is yet another option for testosterone replacement. Men with liver disease, poor liver function, severe heart or kidney disease, or too much calcium in their blood should avoid testosterone capsules.

Follow-up visits with your doctor will be necessary after the initial treatment begins. At follow-up visits, your doctor will check your response to the treatment and make adjustments, if necessary.

**NOTE**  The content contained 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.

 

November 3, 2015 by admin 0 Comments

Muscle building: Crafting your “perfect male” physique with AAI Clinics 5 (1)

“Muscle Building Perfect Male Physique”

Muscle Building, So, what makes AAI Rejuvenation Clinic different from the other 22,000 alternative clinics out there all offering “the same stuff”?

The answer is simple. We are not interested in just simply promoting “the same stuff”. It’s easy to make money when you follow lucrative trends. What makes us different is our obvious disinterest in our patients purchasing anything that they don’t need. Or something that won’t be effective to their satisfaction. That requires an outdated technique called “listening”, and if this gifted listener can do it from a genuine perspective, the results are wonderfully immeasurable for a patient looking for honest, viable answers to often very unfortunate, difficult to deal with personal circumstances.

We all know at this point in this medical era that replacing or bringing back hormone levels to numbers reflective of our levels throughout our youth actually causes physiological responses in the body that are recorded as documented age regressing results. The regenerative properties associated with balancing your Growth Hormone, Testosterone, Estrogen and all other hormones involved in the wonderful manifestation that is the human body only continues to surprise and accentuate the hopeful tomorrow that anti-aging medicine is now bringing to the table, inducing for the taboo subject of muscle building.

That being said, hormone therapy really is only a portion of the battle. The following is one of the pearls I was talking about that AAI always has and always will supply and share with its AAI Community. Together our readers, patients, employees, and clients will all be as perfect as we can all possibly be; mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. That is our goal!!

Working the body is really rule 101 of true anti-aging. muscle building health and muscle building through our lives is essential to our quality of life. I want to emphasize that AAI Rejuvenation Clinic does not promote bodybuilding at all. AAI Clinics does not condone the art, though we do recognize its collective contribution to what the world understands about hormone therapy today. That being said, bodybuilding goes against the very foundation and point of anti-aging medicine as, the physically taxing requirements on the body, the bones, the organs as a whole but especially the liver and heart reek havoc sufficient to statistically kill off these men and women closer to their late 50’s, early 60’s. Those ladies and gentlemen are NOT anti-aging therapy age result expectancy numbers. Extreme measures of muscle building ultimately significantly tax the body and encourage unnatural results that can only be maintained through the exaggerated, unhealthy treatment alternatives sought after without physician expertize.

I was going to say “long story short” but, that ship’s sailed…

The undercurrent is, it’s hard to touch the subject of working the body hard, and real muscle building techniques as it needs to be worked, without being misrepresented as promoting bodybuilding or improper, unsupervised hormone replacement therapy.

Through an AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, you MUST qualify for hormone therapy due to naturally depleting hormone level numbers, which is usually the case for every man over the age of 27. You can test your testosterone with us discretely. You don’t even have to leave your home. We will send you a kit, super cheap! Just click here…. (use discount code M1S3HRQAA6O2 for $25 off testosterone testing)

My interest today is to share some awesome research I’ve done on.

Most of the following was written by Trent

Muscle Building: Crafting ourselves the
“perfect male physique”

Building Muscle

Here is a picture of the ratio:

Building Muscle

 

… and here is how it is expressed mathematically: (1:1.618) or (1 to 1.618)

Applying “The Golden Ratio” To The Human Body
for optimal muscle building 

Here is a very simple and quick method to use to determine your particular “perfect male physique” measurements:

Determining an ideal waist size is the first step in this formula’s process. Ideal waist = Height in inches x 0.445. These “waist size” details will then be used to find other body proportions:

Building Muscle

 

 

Ideal chest = ideal waist x 1.4

Ideal shoulders = ideal waist x 1.618

Ideal arms = ideal waist x 0.51
Here is an example for a guy who is 5′ 11″

Ideal waist: 31.5 inches

Ideal Chest: 44 inches

Ideal shoulders: 51 inches

Ideal arms: 16 inches

 

 

Participants can also try the following alternative but, the simple difference is it adds in more specific measuring and more body parts to consider. Even though it will be annoying at the beginning, it’s pretty important to get into the routine of jotting down the results every time body measurements are taken. As these life-changing participants become more advanced in their training, they can become pickier with their measurements. The good new is, regardless, the closer they get to these measurements, the more visually attractive they will look.

Start by taking the measurements of the following:

  • Take non-dominant wrist circumference (smallest part of wrist)
  • Measure flexed arms at the middle of the biceps
  • Measure shoulder circumference
  • Measure chest circumference
  • Measure waist
  • Measure knees
  • Measure flexed calves

Record those measurements

~ Flexed arms should be (wrist measurement x 2.5)

~ Flexed calves should match your flexed arms

~ Shoulders should be (1.618 x ideal waist) same as above

~ Chest should be (wrist measurement x 6.5)

~ Upper leg should be (knee measurement x 1.75)

Let’s see how these measurements look to my (Trent’s) current standings.

Building Muscle

My Current Measurements                         My Ideal Measurements

Arms: 16 inches                                                              17.5 inches

 

Calves: 15 inches                                                             17.5 inches

 

Shoulders: 49 inches                                                      52 inches

 

Chest: 41 inches                                                              45.5 inches

 

Thigh: 23 inches                                                              26 inches

 

Waist: 32 inches                                                             32 inches

 

As you can see I need to work on my:

Well, a little bit of everything while maintaining my waist. In other words, maintaining my body fat. I took these measurements on The morning of March 11, 2015, Fasted and I have not been to the gym in 6 days.

When taking your measurements, we would suggest taking them in the morning after the bathroom. It will be more accurate.

 

Focusing on proper proportion

Side note*
The best thing that can be done, in terms of accuracy, is to take these measurements at a lean body fat level to obtain these accurate results. We would suggest leaning down to around 8% to 10% body fat to get very accurate measurements.

The reason for this is, if you have a bit of extra fat on your body, this will throw off your measurements and you will not look as great. Usually, when you hit your ideal waist measurement, you can paint a good picture of what you need to do to bring your other body parts up to speed.

Building Muscle

Exercises To Focus On

  • Incline bench
  • Standing Shoulder Press
  • Weighted Pull Ups
  • Barbell Curls
  • Pistol Squats/Bulgarian Split Squats

Getting very strong, particularly at the above-depicted exercises, will bring patients closer and closer to their very specific, incredible and perfect proportions.

The incline press and shoulder press will add muscle building to the upper chest and shoulders.

Weighted pull ups will develop the back muscles very well and contribute to the shoulder to waist ratio.

It’s easy to see how barbell curls will help develop perfectly developed arms. We do not recommend overdoing it on the triceps. They will be worked enough from all the pressing exercises. Do some research on “skull crushers” or “weighted dips” triceps exercises. They are extremely effective at chiseling and forming these areas to suit the results sought after when following these instructions.

Pistol squats and Bulgarian split squats are fantastic leg exercises to build slim and powerful legs.

Another strong option is to perform sprints and box jumping to develop athletic, proportional legs.

Don’t forget to train the calves as well!

It is important to have some certain and specific exercises to focus on during training. It is also very important to understand that everyone’s physicality is different. Sure focusing on what everyone else is doing, such as squats, deadlifts, and bench press will provide some gains and results, but are they the results you are after?

If participants only focus on those particular exercises, their legs and lower chest will get more work, and will not contribute to their “ideal proportions”. Sure they are effective exercises, but the sound advice is to include exercises that will make the specific participant look great as well as increase their performance output and ability.

As a side note: Here are ways to always take accurate body measurements:

Waist: Measure at the belly button level, standing upright, in a relaxed position. Don’t suck in or push out.

Shoulders: Stand upright with arms relaxed at sides. It helps if you have a friend measure around your body at about the middle of the shoulder.

Chest: Again a friend is helpful for these measurements. Measure under your armpit and arms, around your body and chest, slightly above the nipple area.

Arms: Flex your arms and measure around the middle of your bicep and triceps.

Thigh: Measure around the largest part of your thigh and hamstring, relaxed.

Calves: Flex your calves by lifting your heel off the ground and measure the largest part.

 

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Testosterone Gel Treat Symptoms of Androgen Deficiency 5 (1)

Testosterone Gel and Androgen Deficiency

Testosterone gel is used to treat symptoms of androgen deficiency (AD) syndromes. AD can cause low testosterone in men, which may lead to characteristic decreases in energy, metabolism, and sex drive. Like other forms of testosterone therapy, testosterone gel can cause side effects in some men.

What makes the gel unique is that its side effects can spread to others through contact with the medication. Understanding the risks can help protect you and your loved ones from testosterone gel dangers.

AD syndromes are diagnosed through a combination of medical history and physical examinations. Your doctor also can determine low testosterone levels associated with AD through a blood test. According to the Hormone Health Network, a normal testosterone level is between 300 and 1,000 ng/dL. Consistently lower levels can indicate a problem with the body’s natural ability to produce testosterone.

Testosterone gel is just one of the various types of medications prescribed for such cases. The gel is designed for men who prefer the product over patches and injections. Like the patches, testosterone gel is applied topically daily.

Any time you medically increase hormone levels, there’s a risk for side effects. Specifically, testosterone gel may cause:

  • headaches
  • dry skin or acne
  • hot flashes
  • insomnia (which may be caused by hot flashes at night)
  • anxiety or depression
  • muscle pain and weakness
  • further, decrease in libido
  • reduced sperm count

While many of these symptoms aren’t severe, they can become bothersome. It’s important to tell your doctor about any side effects if they persist for more than a few days.

Other side effects of testosterone gel in men can be more serious. These may include:

  • breast pain or enlargement
  • difficulty or frequently urinating
  • prolonged or frequent erections
  • yellowing of the eyes and skin (jaundice)

Notify your doctor immediately if any of these side effects occur. Allergic reactions to testosterone therapy can increase your risk for similar reactions to testosterone gel. Seek medical help if you experience breathing difficulties or swelling in any part of the body

Despite the benefits of testosterone gel, such medications aren’t a good fit for all men with AD. Testosterone gel doesn’t pose the same risks to liver damage as other forms of testosterone do. However, it still may increase your risk for prostate cancer.

For this reason, your doctor will assess your risks for prostate cancer, which may include an examination of the prostate and a blood test that measures prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels.

Other factors that may prevent you from being a good candidate for the gel include:

  • sleep apnea
  • heart disease
  • breast cancer
  • high levels of red blood cells

While testosterone gel is designed for men, the effects can extend to women. Although the risk is low side effects may occur when women either touch the product directly or through clothing.

Signs of contact include increased acne and unusual hair growth. If you’re a woman who lives with someone using testosterone gel, it’s imperative that you avoid contact with the product entirely.

Children are the most susceptible to the risks associated with testosterone gel because their bodies are still developing. Particular care in using the medication is strongly encouraged if you ever have any contact with children—even those who don’t live with you.

Testosterone gel can cause numerous problems in children including:

  • anxiety and aggression
  • early puberty
  • increased sex drive
  • frequent erections in males
  • enlarged clitoris in females
  • stunted growth

Prevent testosterone gel transfers to others. Always apply the gel before getting dressed, and make sure it’s completely dry to avoid transfer to clothing. Once applied, wash your hands thoroughly, and clean the application area if you expect any skin-to-skin contact. If you suspect accidental product contact with a woman or child, make sure they wash their skin right away and call a doctor.

Dangers of testosterone gel exposure to women and children are real and should be taken seriously. As a user of the medicine, it’s also important to protect yourself.

Report any unusual side effects to your doctor right away. Never share your medication with anyone, and don’t use testosterone gel that isn’t prescribed to you.

This drug is intended for AD syndromes and is not an anti-aging cure that some unrepeatable companies make out such products to be.

 

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Testosterone Injections is the most common treatment for men going through andropause. This therapy may provide help and relief from the symptoms and help improve the quality of life in many cases, also lifestyle changes such as increased exercise, stress reduction, and proper nutrition also help.

Testosterone therapy is available in different forms, ask your doctor he will help determine which treatment is best for you.

TESTOSTERONE INJECTIONS: This treatment involves doses of bioidentical (Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, and Testosterone Propionate).

TESTOSTERONE PATCHES: People who wear a piece containing testosterone receive the hormone through the skin. The patches allow a slow, steady release of testosterone into the bloodstream.

TESTOSTERONE GEL: This treatment is also applied directly to the skin, usually on the arms. Because the gel may transfer to other individuals through skin contact, a person must take care to wash the gel from the hands after each application.

TESTOSTERONE CAPSULES: This is yet another option for testosterone replacement. Men with liver disease, poor liver function, severe heart or kidney disease, or too much calcium in their blood should avoid testosterone capsules.

Follow-up visits with your doctor will be necessary after the initial treatment begins. At follow-up visits, your doctor will check your response to the treatment and make adjustments, if necessary.

**NOTE**  The content contained 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.

October 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

NANDROLONE DECANOATE INJECTION 5 (1)

NANDROLONE DECANOATE INJECTION

NANDROLONE DECANOATE General Information

Nandrolone decanoate is a parenteral anabolic steroid. It is primarily used to treat anemia, chronic renal failure, osteoporosis, and AIDS-associated wasting syndrome. This agent is known to increase hemoglobin and red cell mass. With the development of recombinant human erythropoietin, nandrolone decanoate use in anemia associated with chronic renal failure has declined. It has also been the subject of drug misuse and abuse, often producing adverse effects such as changes in libido, hepatotoxicity, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, and antisocial behavior. Some of the masculinizing effects in women can be irreversible. Nandrolone decanoate was approved by the FDA in 1983 and became a controlled substance in 1991.

Mechanism of Action

Nandrolone decanoate shares the actions of endogenous androgens such as testosterone. Exogenous androgens such as nandrolone decanoate promote protein anabolism and stimulate appetite which results in a reversal of catabolic processes and negative nitrogen balance. Increases in lean body mass in patients with cachexia (e.g., malnourished dialysis patients) and decreased bone resorption and increased bone density in patients with osteoporosis are often noted. Blood glucose, erythrocyte production, and the balance of calcium are also affected by androgens. Increased erythrocyte production is apparently due to enhanced production of an erythropoietic stimulating factor. Patients with anemia associated with renal disease will have increases in red blood cell volume and hemoglobin after receiving nandrolone decanoate.

Since nandrolone decanoate has actions similar to endogenous androgens, administration of nandrolone decanoate has the possibility of causing serious disturbances of growth and sexual development if given to young children and causing unwanted adverse effects in women. Exogenous androgens suppress gonadotropin-releasing hormone, thereby reducing the gonadotropic function of the pituitary through a negative-feedback mechanism. This results in a reduction of endogenous testosterone, luteinizing hormone, and follicle-stimulating hormone. Exogenous androgens may also have a direct effect on the testes. Reversible increases in low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and decreases in high-density lipoproteins (HDL) also occur.

**NOTE**  The content contained 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.

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