KOLR Me Healthy: Testosterone and Men's Health

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 21st, 2020
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Some aspects of our health cannot be fixed by cleaning up our diet, or spending extra time at the gym. There is one crucial aspect of health that we should all be monitoring.

As we age, energy levels get lower. This may take a toll on our emotional health, physical health, and overall quality of life.

Doctors from Epoch Men's Health say there is an often overlooked aspect of health that may be responsible for this: our hormones. For men, it's testosterone. Here's the story of one man who "KOLRed" himself healthy. It all started with the decision to get his levels checked.

"I didn't think I was getting the response and results I wanted," says Bill Wundrack. "Feeling run down all the time. I felt like my workouts were really flat. Nothing really changing," says Wundrack.

Many men can relate to 51 year-old Wundrack.

Wundrack'sfriend encouraged him to get his levels checked with a comprehensive blood exam.

"I could go through the list of symptoms that they've got on the wall here and I can easily check every single one of those symptoms right on down the line," explains Wundrack.

Wundrack came to Epoch Men's Health with what appeared to be normal testosterone levels, according to his doctor. However, he still did not feel well.

"Presenting with fatigue, reduced libido, not sleeping well, grumpy, depressed mood," says Epoch Men's Health Nurse Practitioner, Jennifer Ott.

"If you're going to see a general practitioner for testosterone therapy and have baseline levels done, unless you're less than 200, according to their standards, you are not considered low," says Ott. This specialized center goes by different standards. "We aim to achieve a total testosterone level between 700 and 1000. And a free testosterone level between 120 and 150," explains Ott.

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