Life can be a drag, especially if a person is experiencing low testosterone. Such an individual may not be in their 20s anymore, but that is kind of the problem. As they have gotten through their mid-30s, they have noticed that they are not as full of boundless energy anymore. Additionally, they have noticed that they have been having a more difficult time getting and maintaining an erection. They have heard of this happening to other men in the Washington, DC area, but they thought they would not be the kind of guy who would have these problems. That sort of thing happens to other men, right? Come to find out, it happens to most men.
Virtually everyone loses testosterone as they go through their 30s. Here at ProMD health, we work to help men regain that youthful spark of energy and vitality. There is nothing more satisfying than when a man can feel like they have returned to being the lively, active individual they used to be, not a sluggish, tired individual who struggles to make it through the day.
One way we help men to revisit their youthful energy is through testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). When their testosterone levels are returned to the right amount, this gets a man back into a normal range like they used to be before low testosterone became a problem. A healthy side effect is that they will have energy and be more sexually active again. Yes, some men have even forgotten what it is like to feel the desire for sex because their testosterone levels are so dramatically depleted. By getting their levels normalized, the urge that they used to enjoy comes back in ways that will make their partner happy again.
The one thing about hormone optimization in the Washington, DC area is that it helps a man to develop more muscle mass. The great thing about developing more muscle mass is that this increases the number of mitochondria available for increasing the body’s metabolism and fat burning potential. So, becoming more muscular and dropping more fat definitely helps to fight against male obesity and blood sugar problems associated with the onset of diabetes.