The Testosterone Journey

The Testosterone Journey

The Testosterone Journey

Testosterone. What comes to your mind when you heard that word? There is often criticisms and a negative outlook that most associate in their mind when hearing this this word. Even in medicine there is a bias and stigma associated with testosterone. However, this stigma must be put to rest because testosterone is often misunderstood for what it really does to your health and the positive effects it can have on your body.

One of the most important factors affecting a man’s body is testosterone. It affects a variety of tissues and body systems beginning in utero and may even have an impact on a person’s personality. This important hormone has a number of important roles, including:

  • promoting lean muscle development
  • strong bones
  • controlling mood
  • maintaining cognitive capacities like memory
  • attention and focus
  • language
  • visuospatial skills.

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that low testosterone levels might have serious negative consequences.

Have you been tired?

Do you feel like you lost your edge, your sense of vitality?

Does sex now feel like work?

Has your mood been blah?

Have you put on some weight even though your diet has not changed much?

 

It might just be brushed off as part of age and the aging process we call the life cycle. Or, if you are experiencing these symptoms, it might be low testosterone, also known as low T. Low T is very common. Testosterone declines as we age for most around age 30. In men with other health conditions such as obesity, hypertension, and diabetes, the risk for having low T is often higher. Treatment of low testosterone has an outstanding chance of helping you feel better. Not only is sexual desire and function improved but many men have described themselves as feeling younger, having increased energy levels, and much more vigorous; the best they’ve felt in years.

Despite your best efforts, lifestyle adjustments alone sometimes are insufficient to naturally increase testosterone levels. Non-pharmaceutical treatments may be successful in reducing some of the uncomfortable signs of low testosterone, but they are frequently insufficient to dramatically increase testosterone levels. Seeking professional help and having an analysis of your overall health is important to get to the root of your symptoms and determine which treatment is the best option for you.

Raising testosterone levels with Bioidentical Hormone Treatment (BHRT) is a successful and well-tolerated procedure. In reality, a lot of patients and physicians agree that it’s the ideal approach. BHRT uses hormones specially designed to match those found in the human body. Testosterone replacement therapy will help restore your quality of life and there are multiple ways in which this is done.

New Vitality Centers offers advanced BHRT therapy. Pellet Therapy uses hormones derived from natural plant sources to replicate the body’s normal hormone levels. Patients have found that bioidentical hormone replacement therapy with pellet implants is extremely effective. Unlike the typical oral and transdermal forms of therapy – which produce “roller coaster” hormone levels, resulting in mood and energy fluctuations for the patient – BHRT, is the only method of hormone therapy that provides sustained hormone levels throughout the day, for up to 4 to 6 months, without and “roller coaster” effect. Because the hormone used are completely natural, Pellet Therapy is ideal for patients wanting the benefits of a natural hormone, without the drawbacks of a synthetic.

New Vitality Centers welcomes all patients including those dealing Low T and offers many services including Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), PRP Micro-Needling Skin Treatments, PRP Hair Restoration, Medical Weight Loss, Erectile Dysfunction, IV Nutrient Drips, and Botox. Our goal is to improve your overall health, confidence, and quality of life. When you walk into our clinic, you’ll find a comfortable, casual setting and a caring staff of licensed physicians and medical professionals.

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