Effective Testosterone Replacement
- Posted on: Feb 28 2019
If you watch one too many infomercials or believe the ads in the back of men’s health magazines, you’d think testosterone replacement is as easy as simply taking a supplement.
Just like a gummy vitamin, right?
Wrong. Dealing with hormone replacement for men or women is a complex process. At Infinity Health & Wellness we analyze endocrine and metabolic functions before we even consider actual hormone replacement.
What does testosterone do in the body?
Everyone assumes testosterone is all about big muscles, sex drive, and male aggressiveness. Its role is much larger than that — testosterone largely dictates a man’s behavior. Stress management, confidence, overcoming obstacles, and lots of basic functions of living are all dependent upon a person having a sufficient amount of testosterone.
What causes testosterone levels to drop?
Low testosterone levels can be due to many things, among them normal aging. Obesity, continued stress, and chronic illness also decrease testosterone. Testosterone replacement therapy can boost these levels, even while your physician and you are working on those other issues.
How do I know if I have low testosterone levels?
Testosterone is a vital hormone for men, affecting most of the functions throughout the entire body and the brain. These are common symptoms that you have low levels of testosterone:
- General fatigue
- Depression or changes in mood
- Loss of strength, muscle tone, and mass
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low libido
- Muscle aches
- Joint pain
Why should Infinity handle testosterone replacement?
This isn’t just taking a capsule once a day. At Infinity Health & Wellness we have extensive experience with hormone replacement, both for men and women. Neuroendocrinology processes are very complex, and we take measure of these, and approach your body as a whole. This is the safe, and most effective, way to boost low testosterone. Call the team at Infinity Health & Wellness today, (480) 427-4305, and schedule an appointment for a consultation about low T.
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