Hormone Checklist for Men

Testosterone is an important hormone that regulates many functions in the body. You may have heard that testosterone imbalance is an issue that only affects men. That's incorrect: Testosterone imbalance can, and does, affect both men and women. When left untreated, low testosterone can seriously damage your breasts, bones, brain, heart, joints and even your relationships. However, it isn't hopeless: Testosterone imbalance can be treated with testosterone pellet therapy. This treatment is safe, effective and has been in use for more than 80 years.

What is Testosterone Pellet Therapy?

Testosterone pellet therapy is a treatment made to combat testosterone imbalance. Testosterone is a hormone that regulates or helps regulate many of the body's key functions. Testosterone is present in men and women, although men produce more of it.
As people age, their bodies slow testosterone production. Men ages 30 to 70 will lose 1% to 3% of total testosterone production per year, and women prior to perimenopause and/or menopause lose 50% of their testosterone production. This drop in production leads to many serious symptoms.
Low testosterone symptoms in men and women include:
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Mood swings
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of sleep
  • Memory loss
  • Depression
  • Lack of focus
  • Brain fog
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Weight gain
  • Joint pain
  • Migraines
  • Bladder symptoms
  • Decreased sex drive
Men dealing with low testosterone may suffer from non-valvular erectile dysfunction stemming from low desire. Men who have low testosterone increase their risk of developing:
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Prostate cancer
  • Diabetes mellitus (DM)
  • Sarcopenia (muscle loss)
Women dealing with low testosterone suffer from significant issues as well. One in seven premenopausal women die of heart disease; in postmenopausal women, this number rises to one in three.
Women suffering from testosterone imbalance can see an increased risk of:
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Diabetes mellitus (DM)
  • Possibly breast cancer

How Does Testosterone Pellet Therapy Work?

Testosterone pellet therapy uses individualized dosed pellets that are inserted under the skin only a few times a year. The benefits of pellet therapy over other methods of testosterone delivery include:
  • Testosterone that is identical to what your body naturally produces.
  • It's administered in-office once every few months rather than daily at home.
  • There's no “roller coaster” effect where too much testosterone is delivered at once, which is what causes most side effects.
Despite what you may have heard, testosterone pellet therapy does NOT:
  • Masculinize women
  • Cause hoarseness and voice changes
  • Cause aggression
  • Increase the risk of breast cancer
Instead, testosterone pellet therapy has been effectively used as a medical treatment in both men and women.
In men, testosterone pellet therapy can lead to:
  • Improved erectile ability
  • Prostate protection
  • Cardiovascular protection
  • Lower cholesterol and increased HDL
  • Increased energy
  • Feeling of overall well-being
  • Reduced body fat
  • More muscle mass
  • Reduced anxiety and irritability
  • Cognitive clarity
In women, testosterone pellet therapy can lead to:
  • Protection of key tissues such as bone, brain, heart, breasts, etc.
  • Enhanced libido
  • Heart protection
  • Lower cholesterol and LDL
  • Increased energy
  • Enhanced sleep
  • Greater feeling of overall well-being
  • Reduced body fat
  • Reduced “brain fog”
In both sexes, the treatment can lead to the effects listed above, as well as:
  • Depression relief
  • Anxiety relief
  • Improved cognitive clarity
  • Increased bone strength
  • Increased muscle strength

Request Testosterone Pellet Therapy Information

Testosterone pellet therapy causes few to no side effects in men and women. This treatment can protect your brain, heart, bones and much more. Request treatment information today: Call (801) 447-8680 or contact Advanced Health Clinic, LLC online.

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