What Are the Causes of
Before hormone levels decline, the human body is programmed to regenerate and heal by consistently building stronger muscle, as long as the person is healthy, eats a healthy diet, and exercises regularly.
However, the body changes as we age and loses some of its regenerative capacity. A fundamental part of this decline roots from a slow-down in our hormonal secretions. Simply put, even young people with glandular issues who do not produce enough testosterone and/or hGH experience side effects and maladies that are usually only associated much older individuals. Conversely, older patients with higher hormone levels, be it naturally or via hormone replacement therapy, have health benefits normally associated with younger individuals.
Aside from natural aging, what else can promote low testosterone levels in men? Unfortunately, many men do not know how delicate the testosterone production system is.
Many lifestyle choices and decisions can also negatively impact our natural testosterone production, including:
• Injury to the body. Any physical or psychological trauma can significantly hinder the natural production of testosterone in men.
• Getting married or having children. High testosterone in men prepares us to find a mate and have a family. Once those goals have been met, our bodies are programmed to lower testosterone production.
• Excessive drug use
• Excessive marijuana use
• Extreme opiate use
• Excessive alcohol consumption
• High stress levels
• Lack of sleep or good quality sleep
• Low self-esteem
• Negative thoughts
• Unnatural glandular issues
• And much, much more…
If you are reading this page, you might be suffering from some level of testosterone depletion. If you are trying to determine what action to take in your quest to feel better, we recommend that you obtain an AAI Clinics Testosterone Panel kit. There is no need for you to do all the other blood tests to see if you quality for a hormone-replacement protocol until you have tangible proof that you actually have low testosterone levels.
Many veterans are, unfortunately, a perfect example of what mental and physical trauma can do to testosterone levels. Approximately 92% of veterans that check their blood testosterone levels at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic are diagnosed as hypogonadal and suffering from acutely low testosterone production. The pressures of being overseas, dealing with enemies, live threatening situations, needing to use immediate problem-solving techniques at any second, and the strenuous physical conditions take the ultimate toll. Their ability to produce testosterone becomes very low.
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