Male hormone imbalance may not be something you think about every day. However, considerable loss of testosterone generally occurs in men over 50 years old. Testosterone is classified as a steroid hormone in the Androgen group. The decline of testosterone is known as Andropause, sometimes referred to as the male version of Menopause. Beginning at 30, a man’s body makes less and less testosterone, and around 40-55 the levels drop dramatically. Natural Hormone Optimization Pellets may be the answer to restore your vigor during middle age. No matter what your state in life, whether you are young or older, the balance of hormones is essential to your everyday living.
What you may think is normal could be the cause of low testosterone. Hormone pellet therapy may help you if you are experiencing the following symptoms:
- Having trouble sleeping
- Tired all the time
- Gaining weight
- Decrease in your libido
- Loss of muscle mass
Any of these could be caused by the loss of testosterone. If you are experiencing these types of changes, you’re not alone. We are able to determine low levels with testing. Most men over 50 years old should be tested. You can gain assistance from hormone pellet therapy no matter how old you are.
Male hormone imbalance may not be your first priority, but perhaps it should be. Bring back your body’s drive and vitality with pellet Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). The results of re-establishing that balance can be life-changing. Call us today to get started and get strength and stability back into your life.
Benefits of Hormone Optimization in Men
- Increased energy
- Improved sleep1
- Relief of migraine2
- Relief from depression, decreased anxiety3
- Increased muscle mass and bone density4
- Decreased soft fatty tissue5
- Increased coordination and physical performance6
- Improved skin (increase collagen and elastin)
- Increased concentration and memory
- Improved overall physical health (BP, lipids, glucose)2
- Improved libido and sexual satisfaction
- No increased risk of strokes or blood clots
- Strongly suggested improvement in mood and energy7
- No reason to deny men hormone therapy based on age7
1 Cintron, D. et al (2017). Effects of oral versus transdermal menopause hormone therapy treatments on self reported sleep… Menopause, 25(2), 145-153.
2 Martin, K., Barbieri,R.(2018)Treatment of menopausal symptoms with hormone therapy. Uptodate.
3 Glaser, R & Dimitrakakis, C (2013). Testosterone therapy. In women: Myths and misconceptions. Maturitas 74, 230-234, doi.org/10.1016/j.maturitas.2013.01.003
4 Smith, R, Studd, J(1993). Recent advances in hormone replacement therapy. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 49(11), 799-807.
5 Papadakis, G. et al (2018). Menopausal hormone therapy is associated with reduced total visceral adiposity. The OsteoLaus Cohort. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 103(5), 1948-1957.
6 Hellsten Y & Gliemann, L. (2017). Limb vascular function in women: Effects of female sex hormones and physical therapy. Transl Sports Medicine 1, 14-24.
7 Morgentaler, A, Zitsman, M., et al. (2016) Fundamental concepts regarding testosterone deficiency and treatment: International Expert Consensus Resolutions. Mayo Clin Proc, July:91(7):881-896