MALE HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY
Testosterone is a sex hormone produced by the human body. Testosterone is largely responsible for libido and sperm development. It is also a proponent of maintaining bone and muscle mass.
The aging process will cause the production of testosterone to decrease. This can cause many symptoms and many times those are accepted as normal signs of aging. If any of the following symptoms have impacted your life, the only way to know if Testosterone Therapy would benefit you would be to have a specialist run a blood test.
Libido – a drastic drop in sex drive
Erectile Issues – noticeable issues with achieving erections
Hair loss – testosterone can still be a factor is noticeable loss of hair on the
Lack of Energy – Loss of energy is a key indicator that you could have low T
Muscle Mass – Noticeable changes in muscle mass
Increased Body Fat – Low testosterone can contribute to an increase in body fat.
Mood Instability – Anxiety, mood swings and inability to stay focused are commonly
Cardio-Vascular Health – Low testosterone can impact nearly all aspects of your health.
B12 injections are shots that contain high doses of vitamin B12 and will quickly elevate levels in a person who is deficient. Vitamin B12 deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in the world, especially among people taking stomach acid-altering medications and antibiotics frequently, along with the elderly and sometimes vegetarians or vegans. B12 injections are sometimes used to offset the many symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency, such as fatigue and weakness, poor moods, and low concentration.
Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that’s critical for many hormonal and metabolic functions. it’s needed for well over 100 daily functions Including the production of digestive enzymes and carrying important nutrients into and out of cells.
Roles of vitamin B12 include:
- Forming red blood cells
- Playing a role in DNA/RNA synthesis
- Facilitating metabolic conversion of protein and fats
- Carrying out neurotransmitter functions and helping with production of hormones
- Helping convert amino acids and make cretin
- Producing myelin sheath (the coating of nerves)
- Helping with synthesis of hemoglobin
- Playing a role in fetal development during pregnancy
Foods like beef, dairy products, and fish will provide a good dose of vitamin B12, however some people abstain from eating these foods or have a hard time absorbing this nutrient.
So are B12 injections the answer to restoring health in those with low levels?
Vitamin B12 benefits and benefits of receiving B12 injections can include improved moods, protection against cognitive decline and better energy.
Vitamin B12 levels are usually tested with a blood serum test, and values below approximately 170–250 picogram per milliliter in adults are considered signs of deficiencies.
Vitamin B12 shots are normally available by prescription only and are administered into a patient’s muscle tissue about once monthly, although dosage varies depending on age and medical history.
Hormone replacement therapy can be very beneficial to men.
Men typically experience a decline in their hormone levels beginning in their mid-20s. Andropause, also known as male menopause, is caused by low testosterone.
As a man ages, it is common to experience decreased energy levels, lower sex drive, and change of mood. Testosterone injections can help reverse some of the negative effects of aging.
Symptoms of low testosterone include:
- Diminished sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low energy level
- Decreased muscle mass
- Difficulty concentrating
- Mood Swings
- Lowered self-esteem
Men that demonstrate the symptoms of low T should consider testosterone replacement. Your doctor can tell you if testosterone therapy is right for you.
The benefits of increasing your testosterone levels include:
- Improved health
- Less fat, more muscle
- Stronger bones
- Improved memory
- Restored libido
- Improved mood
Rocky Mountain Hormone and Weight loss clinic will improve your hormone levels. Regular treatments will restore the levels that you experienced in your prime.