Category Archives: Testosterone Clinics



Testosterone Replacement Therapy provides heart protection


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on April 15th, 2021

University of SheffieldTestosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) provides heart protection for men with hypogonadism (low testosterone) You have probably heard the warning that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) has been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. These warnings come from radio and television commercials from law firms and sound something like this: “If you have suffered a heart attack after receiving testosterone therapy, please contact the law firm of ___ for a free, no-obligation consultation.” That sounds ominous and urgent. But is it true? Are these dire warnings about the risk of testosterone based on medical facts? Or are they … Read more »

Six Hacks to Naturally Boost Testosterone Production


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on April 14th, 2021

Testosterone Deficiency is epidemic throughout America. Millions of men throughout the nation struggle with Testosterone Levels that are lower than ever before. There are various causes—environment, genetics, diet, and lifestyle all contribute to Low-T. The condition becomes more likely the older that you get, and many men will require Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy as a means to overcome their Hormone Imbalance. While there is some inevitability involved in the natural decline in Testosterone Production over time, there's a lot you can do to augment your Testosterone and mitigate the risks associated with Low-T. Let's discuss six highly effective ways to keep … Read more »

The Effects of Masturbation on Sex Drive and Testosterone


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

storyblocks portrait of cheerful handsome man wearing colorful checkered shirt smiling to camera standing by glass wall in modern office_BT7xL7T7bf 225x300We may not talk about it, but we know that everyone does it. Masturbation is a part of pretty much everyone's normal routine. Of course, some folks act on their impulses more than others. There's always been a lot of myth-making around the concept of masturbation. While we know that it won't grow hair on your palms, we still aren't entirely sure how regular masturbation impacts human physiology. Researchers are interested in finding out how masturbation affects Testosterone Levels, but the current research has provided mixed results. Evidence suggests that men with higher libidos tend to masturbate more often, which … Read more »

The Effects of Parenthood on Testosterone Levels in Men


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on April 8th, 2021

caduceus with two snakes facing 212x300Video Download: The Effects Of Parenthood On Testosterone Levels In Men Video Stream: The Effects Of Parenthood On Testosterone Levels In Men Testosterone Levels depend on a wide variety of factors, such as age, activity level, diet, and lifestyle. It turns out that having a child also impacts Free and Total Testosterone. Studies have shown that new fathers tend to have lower Testosterone than their peers. This makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. Humans usually raise children as couples. Elevated Testosterone Levels are associated with a higher sex drive. While kids are young, Testosterone Production drops to encourage the father … Read more »

“Mano-pause” AKA Male Menopause or Andropause, and the Treatment of Age-Related Low-T / Low Testosterone / Hypogonadism


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on April 6th, 2021

male menopause age related low testosterone 200x300What Is Male Menopause? Menopause is incredibly well-known and has been thoroughly researched for generations. It's only in the last thirty years or so that researchers and medical professionals have come to realize that men struggle with their own age-related hormone issues. Male Menopause and Andropause are both terms that have been used to define the physiological changes that take place due to Hormone Imbalance as men get older. Risks Associated with Male Menopause The root cause of Male Menopause is a slow decline in the production of Testosterone over time. As Testosterone Levels fall, this can negatively impact levels … Read more »

Study Explores the Effects of Testosterone on Generosity


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on April 4th, 2021

Testosterone is well-understood as a hormone that increases strength and supports virility. Many people aren't so aware of the numerous ancillary effects of Testosterone, however. Testosterone has a substantial impact on psychological function. For example, it's well-documented that men with higher Testosterone Levels tend to be more competitive than others. There's also evidence that men with high Testosterone are more prone to aggression. By exploring the various effects of Testosterone upon the human mind, we can achieve new insights into our perceptions of masculinity and sexual difference. Chinese Study Studies Men's Brains When Asked to be Generous A new study … Read more »

Over exertion in Endurance Training Can Lower Testosterone


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 24th, 2021

graphicstock image of happy parents helping their son to do physical exercise_HpFkj5JeNW 300x200Researchers have been exploring the effects and drawbacks of overtraining for many years. While both cardiovascular and anaerobic exercise offer amazing health benefits, there are risks and downsides associated with pushing the body too hard. While this area of study began by evaluating the effects of overtraining on women, recent studies have begun to shed light on the negative impacts of overtraining on men. For women, the most notable effects of overtraining are known as the Female Athlete Triad—The combination of menstrual irregularity, osteoporosis, and eating disorders. For men, it is believed that excessive cardio training leads to Low Testosterone. … Read more »

Primary vs. Secondary Hypogonadism in Men


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 19th, 2021

Testosterone Deficiency, also known as Low-T, is one of the most common forms of Hormone Imbalance that affect the lives of men in America. Testosterone Deficiency is also known as Male Hypogonadism. Hypogonadism is just a fancy term that means that your sex organs are producing abnormally low levels of sex hormones. Hypogonadism can be separated into two categories: Primary and Secondary Hypogonadism. If diagnosed with Primary Hypogonadism, this means that the testes are functionally unable to produce enough Testosterone to meet the body's needs. Signals are being sent from the brain to produce Testosterone, but the signal doesn't lead … Read more »

Covid-19 May Impair Testosterone Levels


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on March 11th, 2021

stock photo sexy muscular man 136865135 300x200The global battle against Coronavirus yields a wealth of information about how the human body goes to war against disease. It also clearly reveals the after-effects of such efforts. Recent studies have explored the potential correlation between Testosterone Levels and Coronavirus. Many studies have shown that men with Low-T are more susceptible to Covid-19. Men with Testosterone Deficiency are more likely to experience severe complications from the disease, even when taking other competing factors into account. Turkish medical researchers provide new evidence that Covid-19 not only hits Low-T men harder but it also depletes natural Testosterone Production as a symptom … Read more »

Building Muscle, Burning Fat, and Busting Myths


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

stock photo beautiful healthy looking young couple in sports outfit 106599248 200x300Most people make healthy lifestyle changes for two reasons—to get stronger and lose weight. One of the more pernicious myths among Americans is that diet and exercise convert fat into muscle. While it's easy to imagine the thought process that leads to this conclusion, it couldn't be further from the truth. While similar lifestyle choices lead us to increase muscle mass and burn off fat, these changes occur due to separate mechanisms. Fat and muscle cells have different purposes and are structured entirely differently. Fat cells are specifically designed to store energy, and muscle cells are composed of protein and … Read more »