BHRT – The Ultimate Natural Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Testosterone for men.
Testosterone is a hormone produced by the testicles and is essential for the proper development of male sexual characteristics. It is also essential for building and maintaining muscle bulk, healthy bone growth, as well as helping to promote adequate levels of red blood cells.
Proper levels of this hormone are necessary for a general feeling of well-being, and for the stimulation of a healthy sex drive.
What does testosterone do?
Testosterone has several important functions in the male body. Possibly the most important purpose is its necessity for the growth and development of the sexual characteristics such as the deepening of the voice during puberty, and the growth of facial and body hair.
Testosterone assists the liver to function optimally, contributes to muscle strength, gives the ability to produce erections, and can add to sexual stamina.
It is, in fact, the main male hormone that differentiates men from women.
What causes low testosterone, also known as low T?
As a man ages, the level of testosterone in his body slowly decreases. This natural decline usually begins just after the age of 30 and continues throughout life. Younger men and boys are not affected by this gradual decrease of testosterone, and if they do have low T, it is probably due to a medical reason.
Listed here are some medical conditions which can cause low T in men and boys.
- Chronic liver or kidney disease.
- Infections such as mumps.
- A disorder of the pituitary gland.
- Testicular cancer and treatment.
- Type 2 diabetes.
What are the symptoms of low T?
- Low sex drive, and sometimes a drastic drop in the desire to have sex.
- Difficulty achieving or sustaining an erection.
- Low semen volume. Testosterone plays an important part in the production of semen, so the more testosterone a man has, the greater the volume of semen produced.
- Facial and body hair loss is also linked to low T.
- Lack of energy and fatigue have been reported in men with low T.
- According to studies, there could be a noticeable decrease in muscle mass and strength.
Natural testosterone replacement.
There are natural ways to maintain testosterone levels, and perhaps even slightly boost levels. Research has shown that a deficiency of zinc and magnesium, as well as vitamin D, can have a negative effect on testosterone levels. If you do not get enough of these minerals from your diet, there are supplements available.
Losing weight, getting enough sleep, exercising on a regular basis, and sticking to a healthy diet may also help, but this will not deal with a chronic case of low T.
It would be great if you could just go into a store and buy a supplement that will completely wipe out low T.
Sadly, though, there is no magic pill!
The solution for natural testosterone replacement.
Chemically manufactured testosterone replacements are not in any way similar to that produced by the human body. Research has provided evidence that these artificially created supplements may have potentially harmful side effects. Complications may include sleep apnea, acne flare-ups, enlarged breasts, and even testicular shrinkage in the case of an overdose.
Health experts agree that bio-identical hormones made from natural compounds have the same chemical and molecular structure as those produced in the body.
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, or BHRT, is, therefore, an effective, natural way to restore testosterone deficiencies.
What to do next.
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of low T, a simple blood test will ascertain whether this is indeed the case.
BHRT is customized testosterone hormone treatment. Made from natural plant compounds, studies have shown that natural testosterone is less likely to cause side effects which may be associated with pharmaceutically produced testosterone.
Renew delivers the right dosage of hormones in the recommended pellet form.
Visit us at www.renewmetoday.com to find out more about BHRT, and take the Hormone Health Test. You will also be able to find out the location of your nearest Renew office.
- Mayo Clinic.
- Cleveland Clinic