Testosterone Deficiency and Low-T at Epidemic Levels Among Men in the United States

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Medical professionals across the country have seen a boom in men that are looking for Testosterone Therapy Treatments in order to mitigate the effects of Low-T and Andropause. This is partially because of the increased social-awareness regarding the effects of Testosterone Deficiency, which include weight gain, loss of muscle mass, erectile dysfunction, and depression, but there is also some concern that the increased incidence of Low-T among aging men may also be the result of other factors, including Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals, Obesity, and other Lifestyle Issues which contribute to declining Testosterone Levels among the male population.

One of the most well-known experts in Low-T Treatment is Dr. Mark Rosenbloom, who is the director of the LIFEFORCE Medical Institute, a Hormone Clinic in Chicago, Illinois, which specializes in the use of HRT Treatments such as Testosterone Therapy in order to improve health and wellness with aging. As medical science grows regarding the effects of Hormone Imbalance and Deficiency on the human body, medical clinics such as LIFEFORCE will become both more prominent and more important in our quest to maintain good health throughout our lives.

New Research Shows that More Men Have Low-T than Ever

Playboy Magazine is known for more than just their centerfolds and beautiful models, they also engage in quite a bit of quality journalism, and a recent article explains the increased incidence of Low-T among aging men. Evidence shows that males in the United States between the ages of 35 and 70 are at greater risk of Low-T and early Testosterone Deficiency than men of the previous generation. Because of Dr. Rosenbloom's knowledge and experience regarding Testosterone Treatment, he is featured heavily in the Playboy article.

One of the studies referenced in the Playboy provides strong evidence that Testosterone concentrations have fallen among men over the last 25-30 years. Specifically, men have around 22% less Testosterone than their peers from just one generation prior.

There are a variety of potential explanations for why men have less Testosterone than in the past, and it is likely that many of these hypotheses play at least some role in declining Testosterone Levels. For example, Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals are more common in our day-to-day life than ever before. For example, Bisphenol-A is a well-documented EDC, and is present in a host of plastics that we use daily. Also, flame retardant chemicals and even foods like soy may contribute to declining Testosterone Levels.

Low-T Associated with Numerous Health Problems

For decades, evidence has mounted that Testosterone Deficiency increases the risk of a wide variety of health issues, including diabetes, fatigue, low libido, erectile dysfunction, obesity, elevated cholesterol levels, and hypertension. By treating these declining Testosterone Levels with Low-T Patches, Injections, or other treatments, it is likely possible to reduce the risks of these conditions and improve health and wellness among men (and even in some cases, women).

Health Insurance is a Barrier to HRT Therapy for Many

One of the major issues with Low-T as it stands today is the manner in which insurance pays for medical treatment. Testosterone Deficiency and Low-T are major health issues that impact the lives of so many, but because the effects are so insidious and underlying, they are often not covered under traditional health insurance policies, leaving them available for men with the money to pay for them, but leaving many in the lower portion of the economic scale without potent care that could provide them with life-changing benefit. The structure of health insurance today helps pay for treatment of symptoms, but not the underlying cause, as is the case with Low-T. Many men are put on blood pressure medication for hypertension, but are not provided the opportunity to try Testosterone Therapy in order to resolve the underlying issue which contributes to high blood pressure.

Many Medical Professionals Not Fluent in Providing Quality HRT Therapy

In addition to insurance impediments, Dr. Rosenbloom explains that many medical professionals that aren't well-experienced in Testosterone Therapy do not do their due-diligence to protect their patients, which can increase the risk of certain conditions associated with abnormally high Testosterone Levels, such as stroke and heart attack. Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy is very safe and beneficial for patients that receive proper care, including full diagnostic evaluation and regular check-ups to ensure the safety and effectiveness of treatment.

In order to maximize the health and wellness of his patients and the effectiveness of Testosterone Therapy, Dr. Rosenbloom uses a full comprehensive approach, including exercise and nutrition guidance, supplementation, and Bio-Identical HRT Treatment. With Low-T Therapy and this comprehensive approach, it is possible to significantly improve health, increase vitality, and reduce mortality rate among aging patients.

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