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Implantable testosterone pellets are both very effective in restoring depleted testosterone levels and very convenient for the men who use them, according to researchers from the New York University School of Medicine.
Declining hormone levels aren’t just a problem for women. Men also lose hormones over time — particularly testosterone. This decline is referred to as andropause and it can have a significant effect on a man’s life.
As many people are becoming more aware of what they can do to maintain their overall health, a recent article in the NY Times addressed a topic that’s quickly gaining popularity: testosterone therapy in men. As an integrative medicine and hormone specialist, I have studied hormone therapy and incorporate hormone balancing when working with patients to optimize their health.
I recently read an article in the NY Times that talked about low testosterone in men. They were calling the condition andropause or "male menopause." While some doctors say that andropause is a real condition that affects the majority of middle-aged men, others claim that it's simply a myth. Regardless of what whether or not "andropause" exists, what can be done to raise testosterone levels naturally?
Learn how bioidentical hormones have helped thousands of women and men overcome health challenges oftentimes associated with “getting older,” using a combination of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and customized nutrition and fitness regimens.
More and more men are beginning to realize that many of the symptoms they experience as they get older are in fact the result of an underlying hormonal imbalance, namely andropause – the male menopause. Symptoms of andropause include weight gain, low sex drive, fatigue, hair loss, irritability, erectile dysfunction and impotence.
According to researchers, women aren’t the only ones dealing with menopause – men get it too and it’s called andropause or “the male menopause.” Studies have indicated that men undergo many of the same changes that women experience during menopause. In the men, the hormonal imbalance is typically concerned with declining testosterone levels.
Low-T is an umbrella-term used to describe a variety of conditions in men that result in abnormally low testosterone levels. In some cases, Low-T is the result of andropause- the male menopause – while other times the cause isn’t so “natural.”
The 53-year-old actor and director, who has won countless awards for movies such as ‘Braveheart,’ ‘The Patriot’ and ‘The Passion of the Christ,’ says his acting style has changed now that he’s gone through andropause (the male menopause).
Grouchy. Can’t Sleep. Putting on the LBs. When it comes to midlife and hormones, it’s clear that women aren’t the only ones going through “The Change.” It’s Called Andropause, aka “Male Menopause” and some doctors say that customized bioidentical hormones, mixed with diet and exercise, is the answer.
After starting the bioidentical hormone therapy everything went back to normal and my libido is back! I look better and feel better! It is amazing how much better and how much younger I feel now!
Dr. Rudy Madlang BodyLogicMD Salt Lake City, Utah discusses his background and explains the connection between heart health and hormones.