Testosterone replacement is changing the way men think about their health, specifically their hormones. Testosterone replacement is now being endorsed by Harvard doctors, the New England Journal of Medicine, and researchers at the University of Cambridge and Royal Marsden Hospital in London. Long known to increase virility, sexuality, brain power, and energy, testosterone has been used by men seeking an "anti-aging tonic." But questions regarding safety and risk still lingered in the minds of many.
However, after years of research and extensive literature reviews, it is clear that LOW testosterone levels are not good for men. It’s been found that restoring testosterone to optimum healthy levels lowers the risk of degenerative diseases and turns back the clock on aging symptoms.
Here are some interesting studies:
Researchers at the University of Cambridge studied 12,000 men for 10 years to see if testosterone levels were a factor in men's health. They found that men with the lower serum testosterone levels had a marked increase in heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, Alzheimer's, weight problems and cancers of all types, including prostate cancer. When they restored testosterone to optimal levels in these men, they found a reversal of all these degenerative aging problems (American Heart Association’s Journal: Circulation).
Additionally, Harvard Urologists have reviewed medical literature for 60 years back to determine prostate cancer risk related to testosterone. Their research proved the exact same thing as the research done by the Cambridge researchers. Men with lower testosterone levels were at a higher risk for all prostate problems (i.e.: benign prostatic hypertrophy and prostate cancer). Restoring these men to optimal levels did not increase their risk, it actually lowered it. (New England Journal of Medicine).
The Renewal Point has long promoted testosterone replacement for men. We have extensive experience and are confident that by restoring men’s testosterone levels as they age, they can enjoy a return to their youth, virility, and sexuality. A big bonus comes as well: decreasing the risk of the degenerative health problems which plague us all too often.
Signs of Low Testosterone (Low T)
- Depression, Grumpy
- Reduced Sexual Desire
- Loss of Sense of Well Being
- Enlarged Breasts
- High Cholesterol
- Mood Swings
- Night Sweats
- Erectile Difficulties
- High Blood Pressure
- Lack of Motivation
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