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TESTOSTERONE
AND YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE

Testosterone levels naturally start to decline after the age of 30. This is a gradual decrease of 1%-2% each year which makes physical and mental changes easy to dismiss for long periods of time. Symptoms of low testosterone include:

  • ​Fatigue

  • Depression

  • Weight gain

  • Low sexual desire

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Decreasing muscle mass

  • Moodiness

  • Hair loss 

  • Poor concentration

Research shows that higher levels of testosterone can protect against Alzheimer’s disease, heart attacks, obesity, diabetes, and osteoporosis.

Stressed Man
Three Generations

THE UNAVOIDABLE CHANGES

Testosterone is the major sex hormone in men. It plays a vital role in the early development and continued masculinity in males throughout life. Unfortunately, testosterone levels are not always sufficient enough to keep the body functioning at its peak performance. Approximately 40% of men over 45 have clinically low testosterone levels which studies have proven can increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Up the Stairs

ITS TIME TO ASK YOURSELF

Would you rather be climbing the stairs toward improved physical health and mental well-being or continue settling with the never-ending decline that you have accepted as “just getting older?”

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