Category Archives: Testosterone Clinics

Choosing the Right Growth Hormone Therapy: A Comparison of Options

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on November 29th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Growth hormone therapy has arisen as an urgent mediation for people confronting growth disorders and growth hormone deficiencies. Among the different options accessible, Norditropin stands out as a main brand.  In this article, we will dive into the universe of growth hormone therapies for adults, contrasting Norditropin and other options and analyzing the benefits and potential side effects related to Norditropin. Understanding Growth Hormone Therapy: Growth hormone therapy, a clinical mediation at the front of endocrinology, assumes an essential part in tending to different growth-related conditions. This therapeutic methodology includes the administration of synthetic growth hormone, designed to mirror the … Read more »

How to boost your metabolism…Regardless of your age!

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on November 2nd, 2023

obese man trying to move 225x300Reading Time: 5 minutes How to boost your metabolism...Regardless of your age! Are you feeling tired and worn out? Gaining weight? Seeing fat appear? If one or more of these unwelcome surprises has appeared, and if you are blowing out more than a few decades of candles on your birthday cake, you may attribute these unwanted developments to getting older. After all, it is common knowledge that our metabolisms slow as we age...especially after age 40. But new research says that’s not true The metabolic rate is the pace that the body burns calories to keep us going. And it has been shown to … Read more »

Testosterone Deficiency: Linking Weakness and Multimorbidity in Men

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 17th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes The male hormone testosterone is required for a variety of physiological processes, including muscular growth, bone health, and overall well-being. Because it has been related to a variety of health issues in men, testosterone deficiency, also known as hypogonadism, is a disease characterized by lower-than-normal testosterone levels. The complicated link between low testosterone and male obesity, frailty, and multimorbidity is investigated in this study.  We look at the epidemiology, etiology, clinical symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and therapies for low testosterone. We also examine the accumulating evidence that testosterone deficiency weakens people and contributes to the formation of various comorbid disorders, emphasizing … Read more »

Reexamining Testosterone’s Function: What Are We Overlooking?

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 17th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Testosterone, the sex hormone primarily associated with male development and sexual characteristics, has long been the subject of scientific research. Although its role in muscle development, libido, and bone health has been widely studied, recent research suggests that testosterone may have a wider range of functions than previously understood. The purpose of this article is to review testosterone function, particularly in the context of testosterone replacement therapy, free testosterone levels, serum testosterone levels, and its occurrence in women. By studying these aspects, we can gain a more comprehensive understanding of the effects of testosterone on human physiology and health. Introduction: … Read more »

The Causes of Aging

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 17th, 2023

Alchemist 300x233Reading Time: 7 minutes The Causes of Aging Since the beginning of time, humans have sought the magic elixir to ward off the inevitable appearance of “Old Man Aging” and the grim reaper that closely follows. From the formulas and experiments of alchemists of ancient Greece to Ponce de Leon’s quest for the fountain of youth, and the scientific research on longevity in modern times, aging has been a most elusive opponent. Ideas abound about the causes of aging. Some insist aging is pre-programmed into our cells, while others maintain aging is mainly due to environmental damage to our cells. Although none of the … Read more »

Low T’ treatment appears to be safe for men with heart Disease.

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 9th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Testosterone, a hormone primarily associated with male characteristics, has long been a subject of controversy regarding its effects on cardiovascular health. While there has been concern that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) might be detrimental to individuals with heart disease, recent research suggests that low testosterone (Low T) treatment appears to be safe for men with underlying cardiac conditions. Our comprehensive review suggests that the best low t treatment is generally safe for men with heart disease, and its benefits may outweigh potential risks. This article reviews the current literature on the relationship between testosterone and heart health, with a focus on the safety and … Read more »

A review of the Oura Ring

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 8th, 2023

Oura Ring 300x300Reading Time: 4 minutes A review of the Oura Ring    Sleep is something that, for many people, is not a high priority. It seems like there is always something else to do besides get to bed early. Between television, the Internet, late eating, and a host of other distractions, lack of sleep is becoming an epidemic. Why this is a problem   Consider this. At first thought, sleep does not seem to have any evolutionary purpose. When we sleep, we are vulnerable. In prehistoric times, nocturnal predators posed a significant risk, and in modern times we are ever bit as vulnerable to hazards … Read more »

Testosterone in Hormone Replacement Therapy: Balancing Secondary Sex Characteristics, Precursors, and Health Considerations

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 8th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Abstract: Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has long been a staple of medical practice for those seeking relief from the symptoms of hormone insufficiency or imbalance. The hormone testosterone, sometimes known as a male sexual hormone, is of special importance in HRT. This study article gives an in-depth examination of testosterone's involvement in HRT, highlighting its relevance in preserving secondary sex characteristics, investigating its antecedents, and outlining the advantages and potential hazards of testosterone treatment. We rely on scholarly research publications to back up our findings. Introduction:  Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) entails administering hormones to people who have hormone shortages or … Read more »

Why Do Some Patients Refuse HGH Therapy?

Posted by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on October 8th, 2023

why do some patients refuse HGH therapy 300x225Reading Time: 4 minutes Why do some people -- who really do suffer from adult-onset HGH deficiency and who really could benefit from HGH therapy -- refuse to get the help they need? There can be several reasons why some people who genuinely suffer from adult-onset human growth hormone (HGH) deficiency might hesitate or refuse to seek HGH therapy: Lack of Awareness: Some individuals may not be aware that their symptoms are indicative of HGH deficiency, or they may not be well-informed about the potential benefits of therapy. Fear of Medical Procedures: The thought of injections or other medical interventions can be intimidating or … Read more »

Buy HCG Diet

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 17th, 2023

hcg benefitsReading Time: 5 minutes Buy HCG Diet and Weight Loss Injections Online for Adult Men and Women HCG Human Chorionic Gonadotropin injections are a testosterone booster because HCG shots stimulate testosterone production. HCG comes in several brand Names: Novarel, Ovidrel, Pregnyl, A.P.L., Profasi, Chorex, Gonic, HCG, Chorigon, Choron-10 More men than ever are exploring their options with HCG injections for the very fact that it suppresses the appetite and stimulates testosterone production. You have probably already heard about the injectable HCG diet and Weight Loss programs that involves doing human chorionic gonadotropin shots in a daily regime for weight loss because this substance causes … Read more »

What is the Average Dose of TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Posted by Brianna Clark, Updated on September 17th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes In men's health, testosterone has a crucial role. This hormone is responsible for shaping masculinity and influences various aspects like muscle mass, bone strength, mood, and energy. It holds significant importance for overall well-being. However, as gentlemen advance in years, the inherent levels of testosterone in their bodies gradually diminish owing to an amalgamation of diverse influences. This diminishing trend ushers in a spectrum of indications, including weariness, diminished sexual zeal, and at times, sensations of despondency. These symptoms can notably impact their quality of life. The current scenario has triggered a remarkable upswing in the favorability of testosterone replacement … Read more »

The Benefits of Spermidine

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 17th, 2023

senior male doctor ready to receive clients in his office 639214936 300x206Reading Time: 3 minutes The Benefits of Spermidine Spermidine. Despite its unappetizing name, spermidine has recently emerged from obscurity to impact the supplement world significantly. Let’s take a look at what spermidine is, where it is found, and, most importantly, what it can do for you. What is Spermidine? Initially found in seamen by the Dutch scientist Anton Van Leeuwenhoek in 1678, spermidine is produced from a precursor, putrescine, and another polyamine is required for cellular function named spermidine.  Polyamines play critical roles in health since they stabilize DNA, promote cellular growth and cell proliferation, and trigger apoptosis (the death of worn-out, toxic cells). … Read more »

Nitric Oxide: The Magical Molecule

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 16th, 2023

alcohol reduces amount of HGH in bloodstream 300x169Reading Time: 4 minutes Nitric Oxide: The Magical Molecule Blood flow. When your blood flows smoothly, every tissue, muscle, and organ in your body functions flawlessly. But when your blood does not flow ideally, problems develop like: Poor circulation Diminished energy and chronic fatigue Cold hands and feet Pale skin tone Loss of hair Numbness Muscle cramps Swelling Erectile dysfunction Brain fog These are problems that no one in their right mind wants or needs. What causes poor circulation? There are several causes of poor circulation: Narrowed blood vessels Plaque accumulation Blood clots Lack of exercise Obesity Poor nutrition And the number one cause … Read more »

Avatar director James Cameron says testosterone is toxic. Commentators on Twitter call him a ‘beta male’

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 15th, 2023

James CameronReading Time: 4 minutes Avatar director James Cameron says testosterone is toxic. Commentators on Twitter call him a 'beta male.' In a recent article by The Hollywood Reporter, film director James Cameron said that he believes that the male hormone testosterone is a toxin to the body, and people do not like what he said. While discussing his long-delayed Avatar sequel, Cameron maintained that “A lot of things I did earlier, I wouldn’t do — career-wise and just risks that you take as a wild, testosterone-poisoned young man. I always think of [testosterone] as a toxin that you have to slowly work out of your … Read more »

FDA Approves Jatenzo Oral Testosterone Replacement for Certain Types of Hypogonadism

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 14th, 2023

The Food and Drug Administration 300x169Reading Time: 3 minutes FDA Approves Jatenzo Oral Testosterone Replacement for Certain Types of Hypogonadism The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved oral testosterone undecanoate (Jatenzo, Clarus Therapeutics) to treat men with hypogonadism (low testosterone levels also known as “Low-T”). However, the regulatory agency warns medical providers from prescribing Jatenzo solely for anti-aging purposes. Instead, the FDA mandated that the drug should only be prescribed for symptoms resulting from certain medical afflictions, such as genetic disorders like Klinefelter syndrome or tumors that have harmed the pituitary gland. Jatenzo should not be used to treat men with age-related low testosterone, even if such … Read more »

Testosterone Replacement Therapy provides heart protection

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 14th, 2023

University of SheffieldReading Time: 3 minutes Testosterone 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 »

Scientists are developing tools to measure how fast you are aging

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on September 1st, 2023

Happy Birthday 300x232Reading Time: 6 minutes When asked the question, “How old are you?” most folks would wonder why anyone would ask such an obvious question. We all know our chronological age, which is the day, month, and year we were born. But our chronological age does not tell the whole story. Think about this. Two people can share the same chronological age to the exact day...but at a glance, they might look very different. One person may appear years older due to bad lifestyle choices (smoking, excess alcohol, drug abuse, poor food choices, lack of exercise), while another person born on the same day will … Read more »

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 24th, 2023

scientific studies show that testosterone levels have decreased 300x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Symptoms of Low Testosterone Testosterone is a male sex hormone that plays a significant role in developing masculine characteristics: large, powerful muscles, facial hair, sex drive, a deep voice, sperm production, and maintaining healthy bone density. In short, testosterone makes men MEN. According to the Urology Care Foundation, the normal range of testosterone levels in men is between 300 and 1000 nanograms per deciliter of blood. However, many men suffer from low testosterone levels (aka “Low-T”). Here are some common symptoms of Low-T: • Weight gain and an unfavorable muscle-to-fat ratio. According to a study published in the Asian Journal … Read more »

The Relationship between Ghrelin and Stress in Relationship to PTSD

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 21st, 2023

beautiful medical HGH doctor in protective glasses is working with test tubes microscope and digital  300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes While 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 »

A New Weapon in the War on Cancer: CAR-T-Cells

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on August 15th, 2023

cancer 389921_960_720 300x198Reading Time: 4 minutes A New Weapon in the War on Cancer: CAR-T-Cells “You have cancer.” Many other severe afflictions like Alzheimer’s Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, and Diabetes are guaranteed to get your attention. But the word cancer strikes fear in the hearts of the bravest people. Did you know that… In 2020, an estimated 1 603, 844,590 new cancer cases were diagnosed in the United States, and 602,347 died. The most common cancers are breast cancer, lung and bronchus cancer, prostate cancer, colon and rectum cancer, melanoma of the skin, bladder cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, kidney and renal pelvis cancer, endometrial cancer, leukemia, pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer, … Read more »