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When it comes to hormone replacement therapy, it has always been common for women to be treated with HRT as they gradually experience hormonal declines associated with aging and menopause. Hormonal imbalances and deficiencies often result in symptoms including chronic fatigue, hot flashes, night sweats, sleep issues, mood swings, irritability, increased body fat, lost muscle mass, sexual dysfunction and chronic fatigue and depression.

Men have the same issues, similar declines and symptoms. Andropause, often referred to as Male Menopause, is now similarly addressed with hormone replacement therapy, testosterone therapy and HGH therapy. For men, hormone therapy has evolved to become a welcome solution to reversing hormone declines associated with aging, whether it’s low testosterone, estrogen dominance, growth hormone deficiency or hypothyroidism.

Improved Body Composition

Increased muscle mass and reductions in body fat, especially in the abdominal region.

Improved Physical Performance

Increased energy, strength, endurance and recovery. Metabolism becomes balanced and optimized for improved performance.

Improved Mental State

Men generally see a significant improvement in mood, focus, and mental clarity. Confidence returns. Episodes of depression often are a thing of the past.

Improved Joint Health

Connective tissue such as ligaments and tendons become renewed and regenerated. Joint pain often improves dramatically. Bone density improves contributing to stronger bones, especially in the hips and back.

Improved Sexual Function

Sex drive improvement, healthier erections, improved orgasm intensity, improved ability to climax, and improved confidence, lower anxiety.