Do you feel like you’re “off your game” and just don’t have the energy you used to have?

Is your body not as trim as it used to be... and you can’t seem to shake those extra pounds?

Have you lost some of your “get up and go” and feel less motivated to work out?

Maybe you’ve even lost some of your muscle tone as well?

These could all be symptoms of low testosterone and/or andropause.

This decline in hormone production (called andropause) is a gradual process (starting around the age of 30) and occurs over several decades.

In fact, testosterone levels drop by about 1% per year or 10% per decade!

So if you’re noticing a general decline, this can be expected. But it still deserves medical attention as abnormally low testosterone levels can increase your risk for heart attack, diabetes, low bone density, high cholesterol, and even a higher risk for prostate cancer.

Unfortunately, many men blow off their symptoms thinking it's just a matter of "getting older" and that there's "nothing you can do".

Actually there are many things you can do to increase health span and age powerfully and you don't have to let hormone imbalances call the shots!

How Do I Know If I Have Low Testosterone Levels?

Click here to learn more about the symptoms of low testosterone, and how to test for low testosterone levels.

Unfortunately, the symptoms of low testosterone can often be confused with other health conditions, and that’s another reason low testosterone often goes untreated. But there is no need to suffer in silence or to be necessarily stoic about it, after all it’s your health and it can put your work and relationships at risk too!

Testosterone replacement therapy for men can be very safe and effective with few side effects when you work with a practitioner who has expertise in bioidentical hormone replacement. However please note that for some men, it can affect their sperm count, so it is not suitable to take if you are trying to conceive or wishing to conceive.  It’s crucial to prescribe testosterone based on your individual lab levels – keeping other hormone levels in mind as this can impact them as well such as your insulin, cortisol, DHEA and more.

Choosing A Health Provider

When considering testosterone replacement, it's important to work with a licensed health practitioner with expertise in hormone issues.

When working with clients, our team provides the right guidance for their unique situation. We also examine lifestyle factors that could be unnecessarily draining your testosterone production and provide guidance on natural ways to boost your resilience and longevity.

If you would like to explore whether bioidentical hormone replacement therapy might be right for you, then consider signing up for a free call so we can discuss your specific situation. 

Areas Served

London Bioidentical Hormones is a Virtual Practice in the United Kingdom and serves patients throughout the United Kingdom.

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