If you are 40+ and suffering from moodiness, hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, depression, apathy, fatigue, or abdominal weight gain you’re not alone. You’re probably asking yourself, “Am I loosing it, just getting old, or is it my hormones?” The good news is, its most likely just your hormones. In the U.S. approximately 2 million…Details
Testosterone is for Men & Women: Restoring your levels can make you feel great, love great, look younger and live longer!
If your life is missing that special spark you used to have, it may be your hormones. Men & Women need Optimal levels of Balanced Hormones, including Pregnenolone, DHEA, Testosterone, and all 3 Estrogens, to achieve optimum health and vitality. Even if just one hormone is low, it can throw all the rest out…Details
Body composition and hormonal adaptations associated with forskolin consumption in overweight and obese men. Obes Res. 2005 Aug;13(8):1335-43. Godard MP1, Johnson BA, Richmond SR. Author information Abstract OBJECTIVE: This study examined the effect of forskolin on body composition, testosterone, metabolic rate, and blood pressure in overweight and obese (BMI > or = 26 kg/m(2))…Details
Sadly, the Drug Quality and Security Act is a deviously misnamed attempt by big drug companies to put its competition out of business. It became law on November 27, 2013, after being signed by President Obama. Unfortunately, it seems Congress, influenced by big pharmacy’s big lobbying dollars, wanted to make the appearance of repremanding the FDA for…Details
A review of the National Library of Medicine’s more than 9 million articles includes overwhelming evidence that Testosterone does NOT cause an increased incidence of Heart Disease, or Heart Attack. In fact the opposite is true. Researchers from the University of Florence, Italy, Sapienza, Rome, and Hospitals in Bologna and Florence, recently performed an updated systematic review and…Details
Recent News headlines have been reporting that Testosterone Replacement Therapy significantly increases a man’s risk of heart disease and stroke. The media is either not smart enough to see the flaws in the studies they report on, or they are pons in a competition for profits between the manufacturers of Viagra for Erectile Dysfunction and Androgel brand of Testosterone.
The results of the most recent Plos One Testosterone study run counter to a large body of literature of the last 20 years that supports testosterone treatment as an important therapy that can improve cholesterol levels, decrease blood sugar levels, reduce body fat and increase lean muscle mass, all factors that reduce the risk of heart disease.Details
The lower a man’s testosterone level, the higher his risk of death – especially death from heart disease.
The finding comes from a study of British men aged 40 to 79 by University of Cambridge gerontologist Kay-Tee Khaw, MBBCh, and colleagues.
“The men with lower testosterone levels had an increased risk of dying from any cause, but most particularly of cardiovascular disease,” Khaw tells WebMD. “We looked at cancer, too, and found no evidence of a link to cancer with higher testosterone levels.”Details
This is the story of my patient who I will call Jan. When she came to see me she was 56 years old and had been experiencing menopause symptoms for about 6 years. She was having 5-6 hot flashes every day and 2-3 hot flashes every night with sweating that soaked her from head to toe. Needless to say this was more than annoying.Details
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is thought to be a sign of cardiovascular disease risk because the same processes needed to maintain an erection – proper circulation and blood vessel relaxation – becomes impaired.Details
Have you noticed a decreased enjoyment in life? Do you feel down or depressed more than normal? Are you feeling weaker physically and emotionally? Is you sex drive fading? Do you feel too stiff, achy and tired to do the things you used to love to do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should check your Testosterone level.