Treating low testosterone

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on January 5th, 2018
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Treating testosterone deficiency is not about improving mens lives at a superficial level, as some people mistakenly believe, but plays a crucial role in the management of chronic diseases.

IN the last article for this column, we looked at what happens in men who have abnormally low testosterone levels.

Many men start experiencing a dip in their testosterone levels when they hit their 50s and 60s. This syndrome manifests as lethargy, moodiness and irritability, weight gain, low libido, abdominal obesity and erectile dysfunction.

Testosterone deficiency may be linked with older age, but it would be wrong to accept it as a harmless side effect of aging. In fact, research now shows that testosterone deficiency is linked with the metabolic syndrome, which increases mens risk of developing heart disease and diabetes by three to five times.

Therefore, treating testosterone deficiency is not about improving mens lives at a superficial level, as some people mistakenly believe, but plays a crucial role in the management of chronic diseases.

A new book published by consultant urologist Datuk Dr Tan Hui Meng, Testosterone: Secret to Healthy Aging for Men, looks at the burning question that many men have regarding testosterone deficiency: how can you improve your testosterone levels?

There is a lot of controversy and confusion surrounding the safety and efficacy of testosterone replacement therapy, but Dr Tan sifts through all the latest international research in his book to provide clear answers to some common questions.

Eating animal testicles

In ancient times, early Chinese and Indian civilisations used to eat animal testicles as a practice to improve qi or energy.

Fortunately, as Dr Tan pointed out in his book, science has progressed tremendously since then, so that testosterone levels in the body can be improved through far more acceptable methods.

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Treating low testosterone

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