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Low Testosterone (Low T)


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on September 7th, 2021

hypogonadism low testosterone medical condition 300x200What is the Hormone Testosterone? Testosterone is frequently referred to as the Male Hormone and its deficiency is often diagnosed as hypogonadism. This is somewhat of a misnomer, but it is true that Testosterone is the androgen hormone that is primarily responsible for the development of male characteristics (but women need it too), and without it, there would be no men at all. If you are an American living in the USA and think might have low Testosterone call our American HRT Medical Clinic to discuss prescription options, Call: 1-800-469-3343. Of course, Testosterone is more complicated than it might seem … Continue reading

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Can Low Testosterone Be Cured?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on September 5th, 2021

is there a cure for low testosterone 300x210If you’re suffering from the debilitating effects of low testosterone (also called “Low-T”), your most urgent and probably first question is going to be: Can Low-T be cured? The answer is complex, so pay attention. In one sense, the answer is no, because many conditions (such as genetics) that cause low testosterone persist for a lifetime, or (like environmental factors that can’t be changed easily) persist for a very long time. But also, in a sense, you could say yes, there is, because modern medicine offers testosterone replacement therapy (also called TRT) which can bring Low-T sufferers back to their … Continue reading

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Hydraulic Fracturing: Another Environmental Pollutant That Affects Your Testosterone Levels


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on July 11th, 2021

fracking affects testosterone levels 300x225Despite the increase in jobs and the “clean energy” that natural gas extraction has brought us, there have been many skeptics who think pulling this gas out of the ground is too risky for us to do. Not only do the extraction pads deplete and fragment the forest and explosions can kill workers and wildlife but the way the extraction is done can lead to water pollution, with a myriad of harmful chemicals. This polluted water travels into our water systems and drinking water, causing issues such as impotence and fertility problems in men, as evidenced by the study discussed … Continue reading

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Low Testosterone – A Possible Link to Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk?


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Published on June 22nd, 2021

low testosterone linked to higher odds rheumatoid arthritis risk 300x130With low testosterone on the rise around the world, more research and focus has been made on the health effects of low-T for men, and even women. We’ve realized that low-T can cause serious problems, such as depression, as well as other issues such as erectile dysfunction, poor muscle mass leading to sarcopenia, fat gain, etc. For women, it’s usually a low sex drive and painful sex. In addition, it’s been noted in multiple studies that men with low testosterone are more susceptible to COVID-19, and exhibit worse symptoms the lower their testosterone is. Now, scientific research is showing us … Continue reading

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy May Help Cure Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on June 8th, 2021

testosterone therapy may reduce NAFLD 300x281Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is a disease that is on the rise in the United States, mainly due to increased obesity rates and Americans who do not watch their fat intake or lifestyle as well as they should. Just because you aren’t consuming alcohol on a daily basis doesn’t mean that your liver is A-OK. There are other factors that affect the functions of the liver. It is estimated that cases of NAFLD will increase 21% by 2030. NAFLD Linked to Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes Not surprisingly, NAFLD is more commonly found in people with type-2 diabetes, who are obese, … Continue reading

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Testosterone Cypionate Information


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on May 5th, 2021

buy gel hrt products online 300x300What is Testosterone Cypionate? Testosterone Cypionate is one of the most commonly offered Low-T Therapy Treatments available in the United States. Testosterone Cypionate is also widely used by bodybuilders, weightlifters, and other individuals for performance enhancement, in spite of its questionable legality for such purposes. Testosterone Cypionate is among the most affordable Andropause Treatments available, while also having a strong safety profile and efficacy rate. Most males that use Testosterone Cypionate for Testosterone Restoration experience a few side effects and many benefits. Testosterone Cypionate Composition The majority of Low-T Injections share many of the same characteristics. Testosterone Cypionate belongs to … Continue reading

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Sermorelin — HGH Injections Versus Sermorelin and Testosterone Therapy Programs


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on March 24th, 2021

Sermorelin doc in blue coat ready to charge 300x200Sermorelin Therapy: Secretagogue Class Protocol Sermorelin Acetate is the shortened version of the hypothalamic secretagogue Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) and is considered a better version of injectable HGH therapy for many reasons, including initial price, long-term program costs, and physiological reasons (stimulation of HGH vs. replacement of HGH). Some patients have claimed they have a better quality of life by combining Sermorelin and testosterone injections than they did with injectable HGH shots and low testosterone replacement protocols. How Does Sermorelin work? Sermorelin produces results by binding to specific receptors and thereby increasing the secretion of endogenous growth hormone (HGH). In other words, Sermorelin … Continue reading

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Primary Versus Secondary Hypogonadism


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Published on March 15th, 2021

primary vs secondary hypogonadism 200x300Male hypogonadism could be a serious diagnosis for a man, but do you even know what it is? And that there are two different types of hypogonadism? In recent decades, it is becoming are more common issue with older men, and even younger men due to environmental pollutants and poor lifestyle habits. In order to compare the two types, lets start with the basics. Testosterone: The Male Sex Hormone Testosterone is one of the most important hormones that a man produces in his body. It plays so many roles in general health as well as fertility. It is considered a … Continue reading

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New Research Explores How Testosterone Influences Your Popular or Unpopular Opinions


Written by Professor Anna Gray, Published on February 22nd, 2021

testosterone influences social change 203x300Testosterone levels in both men and women may actually be a catalyst for social change. Revolutionary social changes tend to start with an individual, or several individuals, who hold strong, innovative and, usually, unpopular opinions. Why do certain individuals seem to forge their own paths and choose to hold controversial views, despite the backlash and/or dissuasion from others? You might think it’s because of genetics – some people are just more bold and brash than others – but another factor may be at play here: the hormone, testosterone. Some Like to “Go With the Flow” While Some Have Other Plans … Continue reading

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Covid-19 Mortality Risk Correlates With Low-T


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on December 17th, 2020

covid 19 5152341_1920 300x169With novel coronavirus endangering the lives of millions around the globe, billions of dollars are being spent on research regarding how novel coronavirus can be mitigated, treated, and prevented. Scientists are also studying factors that lessen or increase the severity/mortality risk associated with the disease. It's well-known that Covid-19 is vastly more dangerous to our world's aging population. It's also more deadly to those that are significantly overweight or obese. Low-T Endangers Health in Men A recent study conducted in Germany provides evidence that Testosterone Deficiency hurts Covid-19 outcomes. Low-T has many adverse effects that make the body less resilient … Continue reading

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Five Sports for Living Longer – Life Extension Through Sport


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on December 13th, 2020

walking to live longer 300x225One of the critical components of a healthy lifestyle is exercise. The following are five sports that have been clinically shown to have a positive impact on longevity. Dr. Emmanuel Stamatakis, a researcher at the University of Sydney explains that not all sports are created equal when it comes to longevity. Dr. Stamatakis recently published a study that measured the effect of several sports and athletic activities on long-term health and mortality. Walking to Live Longer The small things account for a lot in life, and the same goes for exercise. Adding a walking routine to your day can have … Continue reading

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Health Changes Associated with Low Testosterone and Andropause


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on November 16th, 2020

girl 1064659_1920 300x203Getting older has consequences, and the effects of aging are the result of many different factors which put your health at risk. Hormone Balance is a crucial aspect of preserving good health throughout a person's lifespan, but many Hormones, including Testosterone, become increasingly scarce with age. Testosterone Deficiency negatively affects the lives of millions of men across America, and it becomes increasingly likely with each consecutive year that you live beyond thirty. The older that you get, the more important that it is to be aware of the signs of Hypogonadism and Andropause. While every guy experiences Testosterone Deficiency in … Continue reading

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The scientific research benefits of testosterone treatment (TRT)


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on October 30th, 2020

Massive traps 213x300There are many benefits of testosterone replacement therapy, some well known, others less so. Testosterone. When most people hear that word, they immediately associate it with masculinity. Strength...large muscles...aggression...vigor...sexual virility...youth...anti-aging...risk-taking, egocentrism, and longevity. Scientifically it has been associated with good mental health, muscle development, healthy bones, virility, helping boys become men and high sexual libido. We have several dozen articles on our website here which go over the medical and scientific benefits of testosterone.  All of these traits are, to some degree, accurate and based on many decades or generations of medical and scientific research.  But there is more to … Continue reading

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Low-T Associated with Increased Risk of Atherosclerosis in Men with Type-2 Diabetes


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on October 20th, 2020

diabetes linked to low testosterone 300x234For men, Testosterone has always been recognized for its importance with regard to sexual function, but throughout the last decade, researchers continue to become more aware of the other important effects of Testosterone, and how dangerous Testosterone Deficiency is for aging men. Recent research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism has uncovered a strong link between Testosterone and Atherosclerosis in men with Adult-Onset Diabetes. What Is Atherosclerosis? Atherosclerosis is also known as “Hardening of the Arteries,” and is a condition in which cholesterol, fats, and other materials start to form plaques in the arteries, which inhibit proper … Continue reading

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