Achieve More in Your Road to Wellness through Testosterone Therapy

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Both men’s and women’s bodies produce testosterone, and it’s a hormone that does more than aid in reproductive functions. It also plays a role in building muscles, regulating fat in the body, as well as contributing to behavioral control. The average adult male possesses about 270 to 1,070 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL) of testosterone in his blood. Women, on the other hand, carry only about 15-70 ng/dL.

When Testosterone Levels are Low

As the body ages, the production of testosterone is reduced. In men, testosterone levels decrease by about 1% every year after the age of 30. In some cases, very low levels of this hormone can cause loss of sleep, a decrease in sexual drive, a decrease in bone density, and a reduction in muscle mass, among other effects. These same symptoms may also manifest among women approaching the age of menopause as their testosterone production also declines. Read more from this blog:
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