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About Low T

Expert Opinion

Low testosterone is a major problem in both men and women approaching their forties and fifties. Testosterone is an important hormone that is produced in both men and women for physical growth and support such as maintaining muscle mass, muscle growth, fat loss, energy, stamina, and sexual health. A number of studies show a fairly significant percentage of diabetics have low testosterone. And low testosterone is linked to insulin resistance.

Testosterone is a dominant hormone in men, so when it decreases drastically, it causes major problems. By the time men reach their seventies, most of them have 30 to 50 percent less testosterone than they had when they were young. This causes muscle weakness, reduced libido, depression, mood swings and loss of mental acuity. Researchers found nothing wrong with the men's testes. Instead, they found evidence that the men's pituitary glands weren't making enough luteinizing hormone. That's the hormone that tells the testes to make testosterone. These symptoms are reversible with testosterone therapy and millions of men over age 50 are now using testosterone for this reason.

Women have a tenth of the testosterone that a man does, so when it starts to diminish it can have a big impact. Low testosterone causes problems including depression, decreased bone density, low sex drive, lack of vaginal moisture, lack of orgasm and loss of energy and strength. Between 45 and 55 years of age, women begin to experience menopausal symptoms and premenopausal symptoms can occur as early as 35. This causes an imbalance in hormones. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, including testosterone, is a treatment being used with great success by many women experiencing hormonal imbalance.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is an effective treatment for both men and women experiencing an imbalance of hormones. It replaces the hormones that you would normally be producing at a younger, healthier age. It is a primary key to slowing down and even reversing the effects of aging.

Low Testosterone in Men is Linked to Earlier Death

The recent news is frightening. Studies are being released showing that the lower a man’s testosterone level, the higher his risk of death.

The research is becoming jaw-dropping and yet most men have no idea how serious the situation really is.

Please take note...

According to just released findings in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Dr. Gail A. Laughlin and her University of California, San Diego colleagues showed that older men with low levels of testosterone may die sooner than other men their age with normal testosterone levels.

This particular study included 794 men between 50 and 91 years old who were followed for an average of 11.6 years. In general, the one quarter with the lowest testosterone levels at the beginning of the study were 40% more likely to die over the course of the study than the men with higher levels of the hormone.

Another study was carried out by University of Cambridge gerontologist Kay-Tee Khaw, MBBCh, and colleagues. They studied 12,000 British men aged 40 to 79 who enrolled in a long-term study from 1993 -1997.

More than 800 of the men died by 2003; Khaw compared the testosterone levels of these men to those of some 1,500 living study participants.

After adjusting for factors that might affect risk of death— including age, weight, smoking, alcohol use, unstable blood pressure, blood sugar problems, physical activity and social class— the link between low testosterone and earlier death remained.

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