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How Low Testosterone Affects Muscle Growth and Fat loss

Testosterone is essential for muscle growth and fat loss. Without it, or with low amounts of it, any hard work you put in at the gym to either build muscle or lose fat could be for nothing. Low testosterone effects your motivation, making getting to the gym difficult as well. You may not be seeing…

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ED (Erectile Dysfunction) – Is Testosterone Therapy the Answer?

ED (erectile dysfunction) often is a result of low testosterone levels. It is a condition when a man cannot have or maintain an erection, or the erection is not hard enough to have sex. It can be one of the most frustrating symptoms for a man to experience along with their partner.   ED Can…

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5 Benefits of Testosterone Therapy in the Bedroom

Testosterone therapy can greatly benefit your life by improving your energy level and your mood, but one of the best benefits is the one you may experience in the bedroom. Erection problems and a diminished sex drive are some of the most troubling effects of low testosterone (also call low androgen). For a man struggling…

Does Testosterone Replacement Therapy Work in Older Men?

Testosterone (sometimes misspelled as testerone) is the male sex hormone. Its levels are known to dwindle with age. This leads to a series of physical and mental symptoms including sexual performance difficulties. Today, there are treatment options for low testosterone called Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), but does this type of therapy work in men 60…

Andropause - The Male Menopause

Andropause – The Male Menopause

To the vast majority, the term andropause might be new. However, its synonym – male menopause is quite popular. Although it is often a word used light-heartedly, it is actually a recognized medical condition. Some men refer to it as “Low T”, hypogonadism, or testosterone deficiency among other names. All are used to describe the…

What does Low Testosterone (Low T) Feel Like?

What Does Low Testosterone (Low T) Feel Like?

Low testosterone (low T) effects 4 to 5 million men in the US. While a gradual decline in testosterone is normal starting after the age of 30, in some situations testosterone levels drop faster than normal resulting in symptoms that can effect men physically and mentally.   What it feels like to have low testosterone…

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Countering Opiate Addiction in Arizona

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published new figures on the opioid addiction crisis, saying the number of visits as a result of an overdose in hospital emergency rooms has risen sharply last year, the latest evidence of a worsening drug crisis in the country. Opiate Addiction Related Deaths in Arizona Have Surged Heroin…

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7 Common Causes of Sciatica Pain

Research has shown that about 40% of people have experienced sciatica pain at one point or another in their life. This highlights the widespread nature of this pain that often makes easy activities like standing even painful.  What is sciatica pain? Sciatica pain is the pain induced by damage or compression of the long sciatic…

Recognize the first signs of sciatica nerve pain

How to Recognize the First Signs of Sciatica Nerve Pain

Sciatica nerve pain can be tricky to recognize right away because of how delicately structured our bodies are. Sometimes it is difficult to determine what is causing back pain. So, to determine if the pain you are experiencing is sciatic nerve pain, you would need to recognize the telltale signs and symptoms. How do you…