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Testosterone and Geriatric Frailty


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

Testosterone and Hormone Deficiency Associated with Physiological Decline in Elderly Men It has long been known that Low-T affects male sexual health in a profound way, leading to sexual insufficiency as well as reduced libido. There is also a growing understanding with regard to how Testosterone affects male masculinity and physiological health. There is a large push in the medical literature right now to scientifically evaluate how Testosterone Deficiency affects geriatric health and wellness. Australian Elderly Low-T Study A recent study was published by Australian researchers and presented at the 16th Annual International Congress of Endocrinology. With this study, researchers presented strong evidence that geriatric men with Low-T or other forms of sex-hormone deficiency experienced double the risk of experiencing physiological decline over the course of a two year period when compared to men of the same age with comparatively high sex hormone levels. The lead researcher for this Elderly Low-T Study was Benjamin Hsu, a representive of the University of Sydney Australia. He and his research partners collected medical and health information from over 1300 men all at least seventy years of age, which received health exams between the years of 2005 and 2007, which also received a second … Read more »

Seven Types of Drugs That Can Inhibit Sex Drive and Libido


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

As men grow older, maintaining sexual health and performance is near the top of most men's minds. As men enter their forties and beyond, they start to become more susceptible to a number of different health conditions that can impact sexual function, including Testosterone Deficiency and Diabetes. Did you know, however, that there are actually many medications that can either inhibit your libido, inhibit your sexual function, or both? Men don't realize how commonly that medications are the root cause of erectile dysfunction. In fact, research suggests that sexual dysfunction is the result of the drugs taken by the male patient in as many as 25% of erectile dysfunction cases. We all know how important sex is to a happy and healthy relationship. If you are having trouble generating interest in your partner, or if you can't seal the deal, you should talk to a physician and find out the root cause of your dysfunction. In many cases, erectile dysfunction is a sign of deeper, underlying problems, and it is possible that, in the case that your medications are altering your sexual performance, there are steps that you can take to restore your sexual health. In some cases changing drugs … Read more »

Low-T and Your Health


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

Low-T and Your Health How Does the Body Produce Testosterone? The production of Testosterone is the result of a cascade of hormone signals, with a cycle beginning at the hypothalamus. When the hypothalamus receives the signal to produce Testosterone, it releases a hormone known as Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone, usually referred to in scientific literature as GnRH. In both sexes, GnRH travels through the Hypophyseal Portal System from the Hypothalamus to the Pituitary, where it stimulates the production of two important hormones: Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH). From here, the sex hormone cycle differs for both sexes. In women, Follicle Stimulating Hormone prepares for the release of an egg by stimulating the production of fluid pouches known as follicles which store the developed egg in preparation for fertilization. Luteinizing Hormone, on the other hand, encourages ovulation. In men, on the other hand, the two hormones are associated with the production of Testosterone and Sperm. Luteinizing Hormone travels to the testes, where it activates cells known at Leydig Cells that are responsible for the production of Testosterone. Follicle-Stimulating Hormone travels to Sertoli Cells in the Testes, which encourage the production of sperm. Some Testosterone that is produced by the testes … Read more »

New Hampshire Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

optimistic female sermorelin nurse 300x200Testosterone Deficiency is one of the most common forms of Hormone Imbalance that men experience. Testosterone Levels are at their lifetime peak during puberty and on through the late twenties. Beyond age thirty, Testosterone Decline is strongly correlated with age. Men have a peak ability to produce Testosterone which is then impacted by other factors such as activity level and body composition. While exercise, diet, and other actions can improve your Testosterone Production, your body still has a max capacity for Testosterone secretion which is gated by age. Many doctors refer to the hormonal changes caused by declining Testosterone as Andropause. While changing habits can lessen the symptoms of Low-T for many patients, eventually, the only practical means of treatment is Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy. Our Fully Licensed New Hampshire Men's Clinic is well-versed in the effective treatment of Andropause and has helped hundreds of men throughout New England experience improved lives via enhanced Hormone Balance. With the assistance of Testosterone Injections, Low-T Patches, and Andropause Gels, we have enhanced the lives of men across the nation! New Hampshire Hormone Deficiency Diagnosis and Treatment Our New Hampshire Endocrinologists work with patients thirty and up that grapple with the effects of Hormone … Read more »

West Virginia Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

healthy balancing act 300x200In the 21st century, men are more conscious about their health than ever before. Still, tens of thousands of men across West Virginia don't focus on one of the most important aspects of health concerning wellness and longevity—Hormone Balance! Without question, Testosterone is the integral source of potency and virility for men of all ages; but as men age, Testosterone becomes all the more precious. That's because our bodies produce diminishing levels of the masculine hormone in direct correlation with age. This is part of a broader disruption of ideal Hormone Production that includes HGH and other vital Hormones. Testosterone Decline means that you have to work harder and harder to ensure that Testosterone Production is adequate to meet the body's sexual and physiological needs. Eventually, even with the most concerted efforts, Andropause can suppress libido, erectile function, and more! West Virginia Hormone Therapy Products and Services Our Board Certified HRT Clinic is a licensed provider of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for residents of the state of West Virginia. We not only offer Testosterone for Men, but many other quality Hormone Services such as Human Growth Hormone Injections, Sermorelin Acetate Shots, and more! Our exceptionally trained staff is exceedingly experienced in … Read more »

Six Ways That Elevated Testosterone Levels Affect Male Behavior and Health


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

Doctor wearing white coat 300x200We all know that Testosterone has some profound effects on male psychology, physiology, and sexuality. It even has some compelling benefits for women too. As we delve deeper into the sociological implications of Testosterone, we continue to learn of new and interesting ways that Testosterone alters our perception and our actions. We also learn more about how it protects and facilitates health and wellness. Let's go over some recent developments in Testosterone Research in the last year! Testosterone Reduces Aversion to Risk While Alpha Males have long been associated with getting things done, there are some potential downsides to putting too much confidence in your abilities. Researchers analyzed over 3,000 hedge fund managers based on their Testosterone Levels. Men with higher Testosterone Levels tend to have wider faces than those with average and low Testosterone Levels. Researches grouped investors by the shape of their face and analyzed how successful they were at investing. Perhaps surprisingly, those with less Testosterone (exemplified by their slimmer face) outpaced their Testosterone-laden associates by around 6% annually. Men with higher Testosterone Levels were also more likely to take chances on risky stocks and make unethical business decisions to further their gain. Testosterone Makes Men More … Read more »

How to Build Muscle Quickly by Boosting Testosterone Levels


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

Happy smiling doctor with arms folded 300x200Testosterone. Without adequate levels of it, your road to building muscle will be much steeper and far harder to climb. Remember, testosterone is the most potent and essential muscle-building hormone known. The higher your testosterone levels, the quicker you can pack on muscle...indeed, a simple equation. So let's take a look at how a few simple dietary changes and exercise techniques will cause your testosterone levels to explode, along with the changes in your body that testosterone can accomplish... The Benefits of High Testosterone Levels Increased muscular size and strength Gives your body the ability to blowtorch fat Skyrocket your stamina and endurance levels Gives you a feeling of intense, steady confidence Slash your levels of the dangerous LDL cholesterol Once you add these ten easy methods to your health and fitness toolbox, you will naturally increase your testosterone ranges. 1. Use compound exercises in your workouts. Isolation movements like tricep kickbacks and leg extensions are great...AFTER YOU HAVE EXHAUSTED YOUR LARGE MUSCLE GROUPS BY DOING COMPOUND EXERCISES. Deadlifts, squats, bench presses, overhead press, rows, pull-ups, leg presses, and curls are where your focus needs to be if you want to fire up your anabolic hormone “manufacturing factory” in your … Read more »

Weight Cycling and the Problem with Crash Dieting


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

racing bike 1616963_640 300x200One of the common misconceptions about losing weight is that dieting is the best means by which to do it. Most people also think that dieting is incredibly tricky. While it is true that many struggle with dieting, most people do lose weight when they go on a diet. The problem is that, over time, willpower falls and people go back to their old, poor habits, regaining the weight that they lost successfully. So the biggest problem isn't losing weight for most individuals, it's maintaining and continuing weight loss. This is known as weight cycling. Weight Cycling is defined as a series of periods of purposeful weight loss and accidental weight gain, generally caused by failed diet attempts. One of the most frustrating aspects of weight cycling is that it can actually lead to weight gain! This is because the body stores fat more readily per calorie consumed when food becomes scarce. So while you lose weight during your diet, your body stores more fat per calorie. When you give up on your diet or lose your resolve, most people start eating much like they did before they started the diet. This causes them to gain weight because their bodies … Read more »

Excessive Use of Tylenol / Acetaminophen May Negatively Affect Testosterone Levels in Unborn Boys


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

Red tylenol bottle 300x194Tylenol is one of the most popular pain relievers used in the United States and is clinically known as Acetaminophen or Paracetamol. Some risks have long been associated with the over-use of Tylenol, one of the most common of which is liver damage. Tylenol is the leading causes of Liver Toxicity in both the United States and Great Britain. A recent study produced by the University of Edinburgh shows evidence that Tylenol use may have another, less recognizable effect upon human beings. When taken regularly during pregnancy, Tylenol appears to suppress Testosterone production by male children in the womb. Tylenol Linked to Reproductive Issues in Boys Previous studies have provided similar data, which shows that taking too much Tylenol while pregnant can lead to increased odds of reproductive abnormalities in the male child. Producers of Tylenol and its generic counterparts are already required to label their bottles to indicate the risk and warn that pregnant women should use Tylenol as briefly as possible with the lowest dosage of medication to provide relief. Many women may wish to forgo Tylenol entirely as a result of this information. Prenatal Testosterone Study Performed on Mice This particular study was conducted on rodents, but … Read more »

Andropause: Age-Associated Testosterone Decline


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 9th, 2019

thumbs_order gel online hrt productsAndropause: Age-Associated Testosterone Decline Are you over the age of thirty, and feel like your body is starting to just slow down? Are you starting to experience sexual issues such as low libido or erectile dysfunction? You very well may be suffering from Andropause. Andropause is a natural condition and nothing to be embarrassed about. What is Andropause? Andropause is a natural, age-related condition that men deal with, that bears some similarity to Menopause. Beginning at puberty, male Testosterone Levels skyrocket, and drop to normal adult levels by the late teens. Those high Testosterone Levels contribute to a lot of the characteristics that we attribute to teenagers and young men. They are full of vitality and bursting with libido and sexual desire. They tend to be highly confident and assertive, and there's a reason why many men consider this the physical peak of their lives. The Effects of Low-T and Andropause Clearly Shown in Athletes Of course, like all good things, this healthy Testosterone Production eventually comes to an end. All men will experience Testosterone Decline. It is a natural aspect of the human condition. Testosterone Production starts to drop slowly around the late twenties or early thirties. In fact, … Read more »


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