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New Study Finds That Testosterone Does Not Increase Cardiovascular Risk
For a long time, men with predispositions to cardiovascular complications have been warned that Testosterone Therapy may increase the risk of some dangerous heart conditions.
In addition to this, many men that undergo heart failure or other high-risk cardiovascular complications are often put on drugs that inhibit the ability to produce Testosterone, to protect the patient.
New research points out that, although this advice was intended in the best interest of the patient, Testosterone may not raise cardiovascular risk in vulnerable patients.
Other recent studies have shown that men with higher Testosterone Levels naturally have stronger hearts, but it was still believed that Testosterone could be a hindrance when issues with the cardiovascular system arise.
No Link Established Between Heart Attacks and Testosterone
A recent study analyzed the data of twenty-four thousand male Medicaid Patients, and could not find a link between their use of Bio-Identical Testosterone and the incidence of heart attack among the patients.
Medicaid and Medicare are valuable tools for medical analysis, because such a large number of Americans use the same plan, and the government can analyze health records in a very uniform fashion.
Many Used to Hypothesize that Testosterone Could Be Dangerous For Patients with Unhealthy Hearts
The conventional wisdom regarding Testosterone and heart attacks appears to have been the opposite of the truth. Among the patients that were analyzed, Testosterone Therapy actually seems to have reduced the risk of heart attack by almost one-third among the men who were most at risk.
Hormone Replacement is a Growing Medical Field
Hormone Therapy is a full-fledged pharmaceutical industry these days, and numerous pharmaceutical companies manufacture and distribute hormones such as Bio-Identical HGH, Testosterone Therapy, and HCG, and they have spent countless dollars advertising their products and leading the public to become more aware of the potential benefits of Testosterone Hormone Restoration.
Many in the past have feared that these measures would cause men to turn to Testosterone without a need, but, study after study appears to show that Testosterone has real and significant benefits, and many of the potential health risks associated with therapy appear to be overestimated.
Testosterone Increasingly Used by Men to Increase Health and Quality of Life
More and more patients and even athletes are turning to Hormone Replacement with Testosterone not as a means of bodybuilding or performance enhancement, but as a means to treat a real and underlying health deficiency.
In a recent book, evidence was presented that in 2007, Alex Rodriguez was actually prescribed Testosterone Replacement under the pretense of Testosterone Deficiency, and was prescribed the medication legally (although not by the rules of Major League baseball).
As Testosterone receives more thorough study, and more respect as a legitimate medical treatment, previous studies which purported the potential dangers of the use of Testosterone are being disproven as methods become more exact and our knowledge about how Testosterone interacts with human physiology become more sophisticated.
Flawed Testosterone Studies
On the other hand, modern studies that say that Testosterone is terrible are sometimes erroneous. In the year 2013, for example, research was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, claiming that military veterans that utilized Testosterone Restoration had a thirty percent increase in stroke, heart attack, and general mortality if they had issues with heart disease before therapy.
This study has been lambasted by a wide variety of medical groups, for a variety of reasons.
One of the reasons was that one hundred of the over 1100 patients analyzed were women, which would lead the end result to be significantly flawed. Also, there were significant statistical errors which vastly skewed the results of the study. In fact, around the world, more than twenty-five medical organizations have banded together to recommend that the AMA completely disregard the article for its flaws.
Testosterone Statistically Relevant in the Reduction of Mortality Risk in At-Risk Patients
Regarding the new study, 6355 patients that received Testosterone Therapy of any kind were evaluated about health outcomes in comparison with 19,065 patients that never used Testosterone.
The patients all received this therapy between the years of 1997 and 2005. What researchers found was that patients that received Testosterone Treatment were at no higher risk than their control peers for experiencing a heart attack.
Beyond this broad comparison, researchers also created groups of patients based off of heart attack risk.
In the quartile that had the highest overall chance of heart attack, it was found that these patients actually had a thirty percent lower risk of heart attack than their similarly at-risk peers.
Testosterone Study Complications
Of course, some issues make the results of this study less clear. For one, no consideration was placed on what other pharmaceutical treatments that the patients were taking, only whether they were utilizing Injectable Testosterone. Men that take Testosterone may be more likely to be proactive with their health in other regards, including their willingness to see a doctor or take heart medications.
Also, this study only included patients that had utilized Injectable Testosterone, excluding all other forms of Testosterone Therapy. This means that the study did not include any patients that took Testosterone Gels, Patches, or Creams, for example.
In spite of these issues, the researchers are confident that their study is valuable, and provides a more nuanced perspective about how the heart responds to Testosterone.
The heart is a muscle, just like any other, and, for men, it appears that healthy Testosterone Levels benefit heart health just as much as it preserves the health and function of the skeletal muscles.
Low-T is Real and Could be Affecting Your Life
Testosterone Deficiency is a real medical condition that has a wide variety of risks. It has been long used as a method to treat sexual dysfunction and restore sexual health, but there is increasing evidence that Testosterone Replacement is a powerful means to safeguard health and wellness.
Among other things, there is evidence that Testosterone can improve health outcomes like diabetes, obesity, loss of muscle mass, and osteoporosis in older men suffering from the effects of Andropause.
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