Low Testosterone Treatment

A low testosterone treatment can turn your life around.

Many men are short of this critical hormone due to our modern life-style.

A shortage of free-circulating testosterone can produce physical as well as emotional and mental problems.

  • Hair loss
  • Lack of motivation
  • Low sexuaL desire
  • Infertility
  • Weight gain
  • Depression
  • Circulation problems
  • Sleep problems
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Chronic fatigue 
  • Faster aging
  • Moodiness

These are some common symptoms of low testosterone levels but over a longer period of time other symptoms can manifest. 

First of all., to be clear, testosterone is not just a male hormone. Men and women have exactly the same hormones - it's just the amounts that are different.

So it's also possible that women may need a low testosterone treatment at times.

Hormone levels are in a delicate balance and what causes problems with one type of hormone, may also cause problems with other hormone levels.

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What is A Low Testosterone Treatment?

Although testosterone problems are commonly referred to as low testosterone levels, the problem is usually low levels of free-circulating testosterone and not the total level of testosterone. Total testosterone levels remain fairly stable for our lifetime.

Due to aging and chemical imbalances in the body, testosterone can become bound up with other elements, making it unavailable for the body to use.

So, what a low testosterone treatment should do is free up this testosterone, so the body can use it properly.

Over time, the free circulating testosterone in the body gets bound to both albumina type of protein found in the blood and a natural substance called SHBG (sex-hormone-binding-globulin).

So. though an older body still has enough testosterone, it can't use it. Because SHGB levels tend to increase as we age, more of the body's available testosterone becomes bound up as we age.

Causes of Testosterone Problems

Oral contraceptive pills increase SHBG levels even after women stop taking the pill. So, older women who were on the pill at any point in their lives may have low levels of available testosterone.

Lower levels of free testosterone in women are believed to play a major role in weight gain, higher risk of heart attacks, as well as sexual problems including decreased sexual desire, decreased arousal, decreased lubrication, and increased sexual pain.

Research has shown that the increases in SHBG levels associated with oral contraceptive use show a 40--60 percent decrease in free testosterone levels.

Can you see why men and women may need to consider low testosterone treatment and age is not the only factor.

Also, the testosterone patch in use contains synthetic hormones. All you need to do is research birth control to find out about all the negative side effects women have had, the worst of which is the confirmed danger of breast cancer.

Prescription birth control pills are the use of synthetic hormones.

Synthetic hormones are chemical copycats - not the real thing and that's why your body tries to reject them, which is what causes the side effects.

To restore free-circulating testosterone levels, you need to free up the bound testosterone already residing in the body -- not to artificially overload the body with excess amounts of synthetic hormone.

The good news is that testosterone can be freed in an absolutely natural and safe way by taking the right herbs.

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Statin Drugs & Testosterone

A 2015 study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology found that the use of statins was associated with significantly lower total testosterone levels. 

In plain English, statins decrease your total testosterone  while at the same time increasing the levels of SHBG bound testosterone, the worst scenario possible for free-circulating testosterone levels.

Why do statin drugs do that?

Statins decrease cholesterol biosynthesis, and cholesterol is the precursor for testosterone. Basically, they reduce testosterone production. 

This is not a theory. Studies have shown that statins decrease cholesterol production in testicular Leydig cells. Other studies have shown that statins also inhibit enzymes within the testosterone biosynthesis pathway.

The result is that statin drugs produce a lower testosterone level that can lead to all the symptoms of low testosterone. Statins literally create a situation that calls for a low testosterone treatment.

Why is the statin connection so significant? Because, according to the CDC, the percentage of adults in the United States aged 40 and older taking statin drugs for  high cholesterol rose from 20 percent to 28 percent between 2003 and 2012 and this number is continuing to climb.

In layman's terms, huge segments of the world's adult population, male and female (especially seniors) are taking medications that drive their bioavailable testosterone levels down.


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