Hormone Balance for Men
Low testosterone levels are associated with rapid aging, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, auto-immune diseases, pain, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease.
Low testosterone levels can be seen as early as the mid-thirties in men.
Symptoms & Signs of declining testosterone levels may include:
- Muscular weakness, loss of lean body mass
- Increased fat in the abdominal/chest area, weight gain
- Decreased body hair, wrinkles, sagging skin
- Mental and physical fatigue, lethargy
- Decline in physical performance and endurance
- Depression, memory loss, insomnia
- Decreased concentration, lack of ambition, lack of motivation
- Increased joint pain, muscle stiffness, decreased coordination
- Decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, impotence
- Increased blood sugar, elevated cholesterol
The mainstay of treatment for Andropause is testosterone supplementation. Several treatment options are available. Testosterone supplementation can be administered in the form of a topical gel applied to the skin, sublingual lozenges, IM injection, or subdermal pellet implants. The pellets are the most effective form of testosterone therapy available.
Testosterone replacement can prevent and reverse disease progression.
For information on testing and hormone therapy contact:
Sleep & Wellness Medical Associates
3836 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 206
Hamilton, NJ 08619