Low Testosterone

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Testosterone is a hormone. It’s what puts hair on a man’s chest. It’s the force behind his sex drive. In adulthood, Testosterone keeps a man’s muscles and bones strong and maintains his interest in sex. In short, it’s what makes a man a man (at least physically).
After age 30, most men begin to experience a gradual decline in Testosterone (Low T). A decrease in sex drive sometimes accompanies the drop in Testosterone, leading many men to mistakenly believe that their loss of interest in sex is simply due to getting older.
Some people say it’s just a part of aging, but that’s a misconception and a lot of the symptoms are mirrored by other medical problems. The most common symptoms or complaints from patients with Low T (you may experience one, some, or all of these) are: Decreased/Absence of Libido/Sex Drive, Loss of Muscle Mass, Decline in Bone Density, Fatigue/Loss of Energy, Sleep Disturbances, Weight Gain, Loss of Stamina, Mental Fatigue/Cloudiness/Focus/Confusion, and Emotional Highs/Lows.
For a long time, we were not attributing these issues to Low Testosterone, but to Diabetes, Depression, High Blood Pressure, and Coronary Artery Disease. Awareness and appreciation of Low T has risen and now men experiencing Low Testosterone have OPTIONS.
Oz Preventive Medicine offers a solution to those suffering or experiencing the effects of Low T. Testosterone Replacement Therapy can restore health, bring back energy, and help you regain control of your masculinity. If you are suffering from symptoms of Low T and want to bring Vitality back to your life, OZ Preventive offers treatments that will rejuvenate your life. Call (913) 766.2319 for a free consultation and more information.

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  1. Raleigh Brabson

    March 2, 2014

    Hello, I Jacob from UCT South Africa, i am doing a research on this field for my Master’s project. I would be glad if you would permit me to cite this article in my dissertation.

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