Testosterone levels in your body are controlled by a complex system that includes your brain, testes, and several different hormones. The hypothalamus, which is located in the brain, secretes hormones that pulse throughout the day. The release of these hormones is controlled by a negative feedback loop. When adequate levels of hormones are reached, a signal is sent to the brain to slow down production.Continue Reading
Top 5 Reasons to See An Expert For Low T
Although it may seem convenient, ordering testosterone supplements online may not be worth the cost. Here are the top five reasons why you should see a provider for testosterone supplementation:Continue Reading
Feeling Tired and Stressed? It Could Be More than Work, It Might Be Low Testosterone.
Holiday craziness, every day stress, work….all of these things can contribute to your sexual health.Continue Reading
Testosterone Replacement Options Explained
Over the years, the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) has approved several new testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) products. Patients now have several options to choose from. Treatment can be applied to the skin via a gel or patch, injected into a muscle, placed in the mouth and allowed to absorb through the gums or inserted under …Continue Reading
Low T — what does it mean?
As low “T” commercials become more common and more men are having their levels tested, a frequent question asked is: “Is my testosterone level normal?” Truth be told, there is no correct answer for this. Normal for you may be different than normal for me. However, we have enough experience to know what these results mean.Continue Reading
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin & Low T
If you’re having significant symptoms of low testosterone including low libido, decreased energy and decreased concentration, it’s important to have a complete hormone panel done in order to identify all possible causes. This means looking beyond the amount of testosterone circulating in the bloodstream, to include your SHBG levels. The problem with the protein SHBG is once testosterone is bound to it, it becomes unavailable for cells to use. A complete panel can help identify this and help your doctor determine the proper level of total testosterone for you.Continue Reading
Why Consider An Expert for Low-T Treatment
Image: Women’s International Pharmacy, WomensInternational.com At some point in a man’s life, his testosterone levels will begin to decrease. However, the symptoms will be unique to each individual in terms of type and level of impact. This can sometimes make detection and treatment difficult. For example, if a man exercises regularly but notices reduced muscle …Continue Reading
This Surprising Habit Could Be Affecting Your Testosterone
We need to drink water to survive. In fact, our bodies are approximately 60% water, and every cell in our body uses it. Water regulates temperature, removes waste, aids in digestion, and prevents dehydration. Without it, we could not digest and absorb our vitamins and minerals, yet most of us don’t drink enough daily. In …Continue Reading
Why Do Some Men Continue to Look and Feel Young?
The short answer is that there’s a strong correlation between testosterone levels and overall sexual health. Testosterone is a key hormone that contributes to looking and feeling younger. More specifically, testosterone plays one of the most important roles in a man’s overall vitality and sexual pleasure. Men’s testosterone levels often peak during adolescence and early …Continue Reading
The Effects of Turmeric on Infertility
As we age, we have more aches, pains, and inflammation throughout our body. Certain foods, especially in the fruits and vegetables category, have been shown to help fight inflammation and disease. One spice that has been highlighted recently is turmeric, which is commonly used in Asian food, especially curry. Turmeric contains curcumin, which is a …Continue Reading