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Testosterone: How Much Do You Really Know About This Potent Hormone?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

t sp 300x200 1323Testosterone: How Much Do You Really Know About This Potent Hormone? Keep Reading and Find Out What You May Not Know The dictionary definition of testosterone is “a steroid hormone that stimulates the development of male secondary sexual characteristics, produced mainly in the testes, but also in the ovaries and adrenal cortex.” That definition is accurate. But testosterone is more than what is mentioned...way more. Testosterone is genuinely the hormone "king," an almost magical substance responsible for male characteristics of potency, libido, energy, and all-around vibrant health. But There is Confusion About Testosterone Most people are aware of the benefits … Read more »

Tri-Blend Testosterone. Understanding the Benefits of Testosterone Oils


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

Androgynous image 300x119Testosterone Injections come in many forms and blends. Two of the most common and popular Testosterone Esters are Testosterone Cypionate and Testosterone Enanthate, both designed to provide a long-acting dose of therapeutic Testosterone. While these types of Testosterone are effective alone, many Hormone Clinics utilize Testosterone Blends to maximize the stability of Testosterone Levels in the bloodstream during treatment. Tri-Blend Testosterone is one of the more common forms of Combination Testosterone Injection. What Is Tri-Blend Testosterone? Tri-Blend is a combination of three forms of Testosterone—Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Enanthate, and Testosterone Propionate. By combining these three potent Testosterone Oils it is … Read more »

Male Contraceptive on the Horizon? Reducing Fertility By Suppressing Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

female contraception 300x198Though female contraception has been an option for generations, there still are no options available for men to artificially suppress fertility. Of course, condoms are available, but the success rate for condoms does leave something to be desired. Condoms are only around 85% effective per year. Vasectomies are an option, but the intensiveness of the procedure turns many men off. In the coming years, it is expected that an HRT Option for male contraception will become available. Some research facilities are working to create a new male form of contraception, primarily modeled after the Birth Control Pills used with great … Read more »

ENDO 2018 Panel Updates Testosterone Therapy Treatment Guidelines


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

pretty young female HGH nurse outside hospital building  200x300The Endocrine Society is the leading authority on Hormonal Disorders in the world. At this year's ENDO 2018 medical conference, clinical guidelines for Testosterone Replacement Therapy were released to the public. As you likely know, there is a range of opinions regarding the proper use of Bio-Identical Testosterone for Low-T. These clinical guidelines are intended to be a broad outline of the potential array of applications for Testosterone Therapy. Individual Endocrinologists and Hormone Specialists are still urged to use their best personal judgment, and these guidelines are intended to help them provide treatment accurately and specifically to the individuals that … Read more »

Testosterone Drives Ego, Reduces Cooperation — Testosterone Prescription


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

groupthink testosterone 300x300Testosterone drives egocentrism at the cost of cooperating with others, consequently affecting group decisions, a study reveals. Collective problem solving can provide benefits over individual decisions as we can share our information and experiences, stated a new study from Wellcome Trust's Centre for Neuroimaging at the University College London. Now researchers have shown that testosterone has the opposite effect — it makes people act less cooperative and more egocentric, the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences reported. Researcher Nick Wright and colleagues at the Centre for Neuroimaging carried out a series of tests using 17 pairs of … Read more »

Connecticut Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

Connecticut state medical clinics for testosterone HRT 300x193Testosterone Deficiency is one of the most frustrating and emotionally deflating medical issues that a man can experience. When a man loses his manhood, it tends to strike him to the very core. Not only that, but Low-T also has enormous effects which suppress quality of life in other ways. Low Testosterone Levels are associated with more than just low libido, but lack of energy, diminished strength, increased flabbiness, and more. It's a proven fact that Testosterone Deficiency has a tremendous impact on quality of life. Andropause Treatments in Connecticut Andropause may be an unavoidable aspect of the aging process, … Read more »

Testosterone Linked to Heart Disease — Testosterone Prescription


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

168502 heart blood vessels_436130443 300x225Scientists say they now have new evidence about why women live longer than men, from a study of historical data showing castrated Koreans far outlived their non-eunuch contemporaries. The study, published in the scientific journal Current Biology, used detailed genealogical records of the Imperial nobility during Koreas' Joseon dynasty, which spanned more than 500 years from the late 1300s to the early 1900s. Read more »

Some Women May Benefit from Testosterone for Menopause


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

chemical laboratory scene attractive young testosterone phd student scientist observing the blue indicator  300x200Supplementary Testosterone Therapy is increasingly considered an option to help alleviate symptoms of Menopause in aging women. While Testosterone is most often discussed for its effects on male biology, the hormone is also critical to normal and healthy feminine function. Testosterone is intimately involved in sexual function and pleasure for both men and women. It's strongly linked to arousal, libido, and the ability to achieve orgasm. Beyond that, Testosterone supports cognitive function, mood, bone mineral density, and strength, all while controlling body fat. Testosterone Affects the Health of both Men and Women  Women produce significantly less Testosterone than men. While … Read more »

Scientific Debate Over Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Low-T Continues


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

caduceus wavy blue and turquoise 300x300While it's clear that Testosterone Therapy is highly beneficial for so many men across the world, there is a tremendous and ongoing debate regarding the use of Prescription Testosterone for Aging Men with Low-T. There have been signals from research that suggest that men taking Testosterone may be more at risk for cardiovascular complications, for example. There's also evidence that Testosterone HRT reduces overall mortality risk by mitigating health risks associated with Testosterone Deficiency. Dr. Christel Renoux is highly experienced in Hormone Replacement Therapy Research. While she spent her early career studying the effects of HRT Therapy for Women, she … Read more »

Idaho Testosterone Clinics for Low-T and Hormone Therapy


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

a fun happy HGH doctor with a big smile isolated on white  200x300As men get older, it becomes crucial to preserve Testosterone Levels in order to maintain sexual and physical vitality. When Testosterone Production falls too low, it has powerful detrimental effects upon wellness, and tens of thousands of men throughout Idaho experience diminished quality of life stemming from Andropause. While Low Libido and Sexual Dysfunction are the most well-recognized symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency, declining Testosterone Levels lead to a broad range of issues that impair male health and wellness. When considering Testosterone Replacement Therapy, it is essential to recognize that Prescription Testosterone provides potent benefits to patients, well beyond sexual desire … Read more »

Selecting the Ideal Intermittent Fasting Protocol


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

Dietician at work 300x219Intermittent Fasting is one of the most powerfully effective methods of weight loss and has experienced a burst in popularity across America. While fasts have long been a feature of some of the world's largest religions, fasting has been recognized for its ability to improve Hormone Balance and encourage weight loss. There is also evidence that Intermittent fasting can slow down many processes associated with aging, and can also protect the health of the heart. There are various methods of Intermittent Fasting, but 16 and 24-hour fasts are very popular. How Does Fasting Affect Insulin Levels? Insulin is how our … Read more »

The Relationship Between Testosterone and Mental Health


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

happy doctor prepared to shake handsTestosterone is critical to male health, virility, and vitality. While Testosterone is widely recognized for its effects on Muscle Mass, Energy Level, and Sexual Function, there are some powerful links between mental health and Testosterone. Men need Testosterone to function at their psychological peak. Testosterone Deficiency is a condition that impairs the wellness of millions of guys nationwide, and it's crucial to understand precisely why Testosterone is so important. Low-T is associated with a wide range of issues that impact the normal and healthy function of the human body. Hypogonadism contributes to the loss of muscle mass and bone mineral … Read more »

Clomiphene Citrate for Low-T


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

a female testosterone doctor holding an empty card isolated on white background  300x231Clomiphene Citrate is an alternative to Testosterone Replacement Therapy for men looking for a way to safely restore their Testosterone Levels and improve their health, vitality, and sexual potency. It has helped many men across the country restore both their fertility and their erectile function, as well as improve their overall health and vitality. Although Clomiphene Citrate is available as a generic medication, it can also be found under the brand names Serophene and Clomid. Clomiphene Citrate was originally designed to be a fertility drug for women, but ongoing research has shown that the hormone has a tremendous impact upon … Read more »

More than 152 Million Men Suffer from Hypogonadism and Low Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

low consultant testosterone symptoms in men 300x201Testosterone deficiency is a worldwide health issue that impacts millions upon millions of men across the globe. The world health organization estimates that 152 million males suffer from low-t. There are researchers and scientists from every major country on earth working on treatments and strategies to treat low-t and andropause so that men can live healthier and longer lives, as well as achieve restored sexual ability and satisfaction. Age-related hypogonadism is common and widespread, and your risk of experiencing issues related to low-t only increases as you grow older. Low-T is a Condition, not a Disease It's important to realize … Read more »

The Significance of Telomeres in Stem Cell Treatments


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

stem cell 163711_640 300x169What are Telomeres, and what do they have to do with longevity? In any living organism, including humans, cells divide (or split) into a higher number of cells. This is how our bodies maintain themselves and heal themselves from injury. Within cells are chromosomes. Our DNA patterns are primarily found in chromosomes. Telomeres are located on the ends of chromosomes. They keep the chromosomes from deteriorating, among other things. However, telomeres themselves degrade over time. In the early stages of life, telomeres are long, and they are shortened as a human gets older. When a telomere becomes too short, the … Read more »

Things You Might Not Have Known About Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

endocrine system 269x300 7952The male hormone evolved 500 million years ago from estrogen. 1. Both genders have testosterone circulating in their bloodstream, although women have far less. Testosterone is produced in the testicles, ovaries, and adrenal glands. When pregnancy begins, the development of reproductive organs for males starts as well. 2. Testosterone regulates several processes from fat distribution to red blood cell production. Also, testosterone is responsible for a man's sex drive, muscularity/strength, and bone mass. 3. People ascribed youth-restoring powers to the testicles for a long period. Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder dined on hyena genitals for a sexually stimulating effect (with … Read more »

Testosterone and Diet – How to Support Testosterone Levels with Healthy Eating


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

diet food plan 300x211For those with severe testosterone deficiency, low-t therapy with testosterone injections, creams, or other forms of prescription testosterone is the only way to get testosterone levels back into a state of harmony, but for those struggling with a mild deficiency, or those looking to pump up testosterone levels naturally, there are some steps that you can take to bolster your testosterone production. You may be aware of some other ways you can promote healthy t-levels, such as anabolic exercise, interval training, and sound sleeping habits, but in this article, we'll be focusing on how diet may impact testosterone balance. Vitamin … Read more »

The Relationship between Ghrelin and Stress in Relationship to PTSD


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

beautiful medical HGH doctor in protective glasses is working with test tubes microscope and digital  300x200While medical science is still working to discover the intricacies of Ghrelin as it acts on human physiology, the hormone's effects on the digestive system are quite clear. On the other hand, most hormones have different results depending on which organs and systems that they interact with at any point. New research suggests that Ghrelin also acts as a stress hormone. The most well-known and understood stress hormone is probably Cortisol, but there are several other hormones associated with stress response. A recent study unveils a correlation between Ghrelin Levels and PTSD in adolescents exposed to childhood trauma. Children with … Read more »

Male Contraceptive Study Underway—Prescription Contraceptive Cream for Men On the Horizon?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

Male contraceptiveEffective forms of contraceptives have been sought after for generations. Women have had oral contraceptives available since 1960. The Birth Control Pill changed society and women's rights in exciting new ways, but it seems unfair to leave all of the burdens on the woman in the relationship. While some form of The Pill has been around for the past 60 years, men have had to wait for a useful pharmaceutical contraceptive. To date, there is still no form of Male contraceptives available on the market. That doesn't mean that scientists aren't making strides, however. Just last month, in June of … Read more »

Diabetic Men with Low Testosterone Run Higher Risk of Developing Atherosclerosis


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 9th, 2021

atherosclerosis diabetic 300x200 7313Testosterone Linked to Condition Where Clogged Arteries Restrict Blood Flow  There are many health problems in men who have low testosterone levels: the reduced desire for sex, fewer erections that happen spontaneously, such as during sleep, infertility, increased body fat, decreased strength and loss of muscle mass, weakened bones, loss of body hair, swelling/tenderness in the breast tissue, hot flashes, constant, chronic fatigue, higher cholesterol levels, sleep disturbances, and emotional changes. And if these weren't enough, there's more. Keep reading. Some males who have low testosterone and Type Two diabetes are at a higher risk of suffering atherosclerosis (a condition … Read more »