Hormone Support for Men
If you’re a man suffering from fatigue, low libido, sexual dysfunction, depression, or anxiety, you are not alone.
Let’s Face it: Low T is a Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry.
I support men who are done with the “low T clinics” and I offer a refreshing alternative to their one-size-fits-all approach. That’s because I do something those assembly-line clinics don’t: see you as an individual.
Testosterone is about more than sex. It affects every body system.
Testosterone is essential for mental, emotional, and physical health. Men with low testosterone are at increased risk of osteoporosis, depression, anxiety, and cardiovascular disease.
The brain & hormones are inter-connected. That’s why I suggest all guys with “low T” be screened for thyroid and adrenal imbalances and pituitary issues. In fact, the majority of men with hypogonadism (“low T”) have perfectly functioning testes and the cause of their low T is outside of the reproductive system entirely. For this reason, it is helpful to support the brain so that its signaling patterns can come back online.
Hormone production is also influenced by the liver, the digestive tract, and the nervous systems. For this reason, addressing hormonal imbalances shouldn’t end with hormone prescription. A holistic approach is needed to nourish the root cause. I understand the importance of nutrition on hormone health.
When it comes to treating hypogonadism, I believe that prescriptions should be customized to each man, whether it be in the form of nutritional support, lifestyle counseling, botanical therapies, supplements, HCG, clomiphene, compounded medications, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), or any combination of the above. Although I do not prescribe medications for my clients, I can still suggest therapies to discuss with your doctor.
Signs of Low T:
- Fatigue or low energy
- Low libido
- Erectile dysfunction or difficulty reaching climax
- Loss of muscle mass
- Increased body fat
- Gynecomastia (man boobs)
- Hair loss
- Increased susceptibility to injuries
- Joint pains and muscle aches
- High cholesterol and cardiovascular disease
- Low bone density and osteoporosis
- Brain fog