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December 2, 2021 testosterone

Forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy.Testosterone replacement therapy can be prescribed in several different forms. Our doctors believe that testosterone injections are the safest and most effective form of testosterone therapy.

Each of the various methods of delivering testosterone has its own relative advantages and disadvantages. The most commonly prescribed delivery methods for testosterone therapy are:

  • Testosterone Injections
  • Testosterone Patches
  • Testosterone Pellets

On this page, we will discuss the relative merits and indications of each type of testosterone therapy.

However, only you and your doctor can decide which delivery method is best for you based on your testosterone test results, your medical history, and individual needs and lifestyle.

November 30, 2021 testosterone

Hypogonadism.Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome, also known as “Hypogonadism,” is a condition in which your body does not produce sufficient testosterone. The conditions may simply be referred to as having a “testosterone deficiency” or “low testosterone.”

There can be a number of causes of testosterone deficiencies, such as injury to or disease of the testes or pituitary glands, certain cancers, or genetic conditions. Some medications can also lead to a testosterone deficiency, as can stress, obesity, or alcohol abuse.

However, the most common cause of a testosterone deficiency is simply the natural drop in testosterone levels as you age.

November 15, 2021 hgh

Melatonin and Growth Hormone Secretion.There is clinical evidence to indicate that supplementation with melatonin may increase human growth hormone (HGH) secretion.

We know that the majority of HGH is released as pulses when you sleep. These pulses are based on your body’s internal clock or circadian rhythm. Since that internal clock is regulated by melatonin, it stands to reason that there would be a relationship between HGH and melatonin.

Studies have shown that poor sleep can reduce the amount of HGH your body produces. In fact, getting an adequate amount of deep sleep is one of the best strategies to enhance your long-term HGH production.

Since melatonin has been proven to be a safe and natural way to produce more restful sleep, that alone creates an interdependent relationship between HGH and melatonin. But there may be more to the relationship than that — research has shown that a melatonin supplement can directly enhance HGH production.

September 9, 2021 testosterone

TestosteroneThere are some vitamins, herbs, and other nutritional supplements that have been shown to raise testosterone levels.

There are many products on the market that claim to be able to “naturally boost” your testosterone levels. Most of these claims are dubious at best. However, there are some herbs, vitamins, and other nutritional supplements that clinical research has indicated do indeed boost testosterone to some degree.

Most hormone replacement specialists suggest that patients on testosterone therapy should take these proven testosterone-boosting herbs and vitamins along with their testosterone.

However, the herbs and vitamins that can help you increase your testosterone level should not be seen as a substitute for testosterone replacement therapy. The purpose of these supplements is to improve or help you to maintain the benefits your receive from testosterone replacement therapy.

September 8, 2021 testosterone

Immune SystemTestosterone has various impacts on a man’s immune system.

Testosterone has interesting and varied impacts on the male immune system. In some cases, there is evidence that an increased presence of testosterone can have a bit of a suppressant effect on the immune system. In certain other ways, testosterone can increase or improve the immune response, and still, there is other research to suggest that in otherwise healthy men, testosterone has little or no impact on immune health.

September 7, 2021 testosterone

Low TestosteroneResearch has found that there is a definite link between your testosterone level and your levels of “good” and “bad” cholesterol.

Testosterone plays a critical role in maintaining a man’s health and vitality. Testosterone is essential for bone and muscle growth. It is also linked to sex drive and fat metabolism. That last one, the quintessential role that testosterone plays in how your body burns or stores fat, is at the root of the relationship between your testosterone level and your cholesterol level.

Cholesterol is a kind of fat in your blood. It serves a purpose in the growth and maintenance of certain tissues and cells. But, if you have too much of it, it can build up on the walls of your blood vessels and make them narrow. This is what is meant when we say someone has “high cholesterol.” When cholesterol builds up like that, it can make it harder for your blood to move through your body. This can lead to high blood pressure and an increased risk of heart disease.

September 7, 2021 testosterone

Low TestosteroneResearch has found that there is a definite link between testosterone, anxiety, and other emotional states.

It is well known that men need testosterone for their physical wellbeing. However, did you know that testosterone is also critical to your emotional wellness? There is a growing body of evidence that indicates how age-related testosterone loss can lead to feelings of anxiety and depression in men diagnosed with low testosterone.

For example, a 2016 study published in the journal, Psychoneuroendocrinology found that in older men, “low serum testosterone was associated with an 86% increased hazard of depression.”

September 3, 2021 testosterone

Testosterone LevelsDrinking alcoholic beverages definitely has an impact on your testosterone levels.

Anyone who is health conscious understands that consuming alcohol in more than social amounts is not good for you. Overindulging in alcoholic beverages negatively affects almost every aspect of your health – and that includes your testosterone level.

Alcohol use decreases the amount of testosterone in men. The heavier you drink, the greater the short-term and long-term effects of alcohol consumption will be on your testosterone level.

August 18, 2021 testosterone

Testosterone Even though testosterone is recognized as the most important male hormone or androgen, women’s bodies make and need testosterone as well.

While testosterone is a male hormone it plays a vital role in the health of both men and women. Women’s bodies make and need testosterone as well, however in significantly lower amounts than a male body does. Women’s bodies make and need testosterone, albeit in lesser amounts than men’s.

In fact, because women require only a small amount of testosterone to maintain good health, in a way, their bodies are even more sensitive to fluctuations in testosterone levels than men’s bodies are.

Some of the roles of testosterone overlap between the genders and some of the functions of testosterone are exclusive to either sex.