Inevitability of Andropause
not as sudden and severe as menopause, Andropause is a significant
issue which will eventually affect every man's life and vitality.
Andropause is the slow period of hormonal change which begins to take
effect during the middle of a man's life. Although hormonal decline
begins long before it becomes symptomatic, the symptoms generally
begin to appear even in healthy men around the age of menopause in
have a lot to learn about Andropause. We understand a lot about how
hormone decline takes place, but researchers do not fully understand
the whys. What we do know is that both Human Growth Hormone and
Testosterone Levels peak during the teens and twenties, before
entering a life long slow state of decline in the late twenties or
early thirties. Hormone Decline is nefarious.
you won't recognize the changes from year to year, over the course of
many years, the way your body feels and reacts to stimuli will change
shockingly over the course of a ten to fifteen year span. On average,
both Testosterone Levels and Human Growth Hormone Levels will drop at
a rate of about one to two percent per year, depending upon your
health and genetics.
have poor exercise habits and those that are obese will experience
these changes more quickly than those that are healthy. This means
that you lose ten to twenty percent of your hormone production every
Andropause is an inevitability, there are fantastic treatment options
available for men that feel that the symptoms are having a negative
effect upon the way that they live and enjoy life. Hormone
Replacement Therapy is a clinically proven medical treatment which
has been shown to resolve Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone
Deficiency effectively, helping you live a happier and more
does Low-T Happen?
There is a
particular biological process that occurs over time which leads
directly to the Low Testosterone Levels of Andropause. When we are
young, robust, and healthy, the hypothalamus sends strong and
frequent signals to the pituitary gland to release Testosterone
precursors to the testes. As a result, the body creates ample amounts
of Testosterone, enough to contribute fully to a vibrant and
As a man
gets older, however, the hypothalamus starts to send weaker signals
for those Testosterone Precursors, which prevent the testes from
receiving sufficient signals for Testosterone Production. This leads
to the hallmark symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency.
of Testosterone Deficiency
Testosterone is a powerful metabolite, generating energy
for the body. Without healthy T-Levels, men start to become tired
and exhausted more easily.
Weight Gain Testosterone is important, because it acts
as a counterbalance for forces in your body that cause you to gain
weight. Without enough Testosterone, your body will produce
abnormally high levels of Estrogen and Cortisol, which both
encourage fat accumulation.
Testosterone is a central aspect of a healthy male
psychology. Healthy T-Levels promote assertiveness and positive
outlook. Low-T often causes men to experience problems with anxiety
of Muscle Mass Testosterone is the most powerful
anabolic hormone produced by the human body. A man's testosterone is
what causes him to have a body that's fit and strong. Without
sufficient Testosterone, muscle mass will inevitably decline.
Research has also shown that Low-T can have a
significant effect upon happiness and feelings of satisfaction and
fulfillment. Testosterone Deficiency can eat away at your very
ability to enjoy life.
Dysfunction Testosterone Deficiency can also destroy
your sex drive and your ability to even engage in enjoyable sexual
activity Testosterone is the match that lights the fuse of
sexuality, and without enough of it, you won't be able to fuel your
many forms of Testosterone Deficiency can be resolved or alleviated
by changing one's health habits, Andropause is a problem because
there is no way to improve your Testosterone Levels beyond a certain
baseline. That's no reason to resign yourself to this intensely
negative aspect of the aging process, however.
Hormone Replacement Therapy has been proven in the lab and in the
field to effectively bring Testosterone Levels up to the healthy
levels of early adulthood. The medical form of Testosterone is
Biologically Identical to the Testosterone your own body generates,
so there is no risk of rejection. Testosterone HRT can quickly and
safely restore more normal and healthy T-Production.
Treatments are offered in a number of different ways, its just up to
you to choose which form of treatment appeals to you. There are
Testosterone Patches, Pellets, Implants, Creams and Sprays available
which can help promote a healthier and brighter you!
does Andropause-related HGH Deficiency Happen?
causes both Testosterone Deficiency and Growth Hormone Deficiency
through similar mechanisms. Like Testosterone, Human Growth Hormone
Production is ultimately mediated by the hypothalamus. When your
hypothalamus receives signs that the body needs HGH, it sends a
hormone called Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone to the pituitary,
which directly stimulates tiny organs in the pituitary known as
Somatotrophs to release HGH into the body.
enter your late twenties or early thirties, the signals for Human
Growth Hormone production start to weaken. There is no known
biological advantage for this to occur, but it has a devastating
effect on the way that men live their lives.
of Human Growth Hormone Deficiency
and Human Growth Hormone share some symptoms, while Human Growth
Hormone Deficiency produces some unique problems as well:
Muscle Mass Although Testosterone promotes muscle mass
through anabolic means, Human Growth Hormone also stimulates muscle
mass by enhancing the body's ability to repair the muscles after
exercise. Men with HGH Deficiency have trouble achieving gains as
quickly from workouts, and they take longer to recover physically
Fat Mass Like Testosterone, Human Growth Hormone is
another powerful metabolite produced by the human body to promote
healthy weight. HGH Production is negatively affected by obesity and
weight gain, creating a terrible cycle of weight gain which is
incredibly difficult to triumph over.
Although Low-T Levels have an affect upon bone health as
well, HGH Deficiency has a far more dangerous effect upon bone
health. Human Growth Hormone promotes the healthy cycling of bone
material, and it also maintains healthy and smooth cartilage.
of Energy Human Growth Hormone activates energy from fat
tissue, giving the body a healthy influx of energy throughout the
day. Andropause can reduce the ability of HGH to unlock the energy
of adipose fat, slowing you down and making you groggy and fatigued.
Andropause can also upset the delicate balance between insulin and
HGH, further depressing Growth Hormone Levels, especially after
meals loaded with carbs and sugars.
Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy
Deficiency caused by Andropause has a devastating effect on human
health and well being, but there are two amazing ways to restore
healthy Human Growth Hormone Levels in order to stimulate a stronger
and healthier body and mind. The first of these treatment options is
Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone HRT.
Hormone Replacement Therapy restores GH Levels by providing the body
with a stable outside source of the hormone. Unlike Testosterone
Replacement Therapy, as of today, there is only one way to provide
this treatment: via injection. Human Growth Hormone Injections are
administered via Subcutaneous Injection, meaning that a small gauge
needle delivers the medication just below the top layers of the skin.
injections are easy to administer and no more painful than an insulin
injection. The injections are required on a daily basis, and over the
course of a few months, the benefits of the treatment will fully take
hold. You will likely experience some benefits related to energy,
cognition, and temperament very quickly, while physical changes will
begin to take place over a slightly longer period of time.
form of therapy which restores Human Growth Hormone Levels
effectively is known as Sermorelin Acetate Therapy. Sermorelin
Acetate is a medical version of the precursor hormone which
stimulates the production of Human Growth Hormone, known as Growth
Hormone-Releasing Hormone. Although the two are biologically
different, they have the same functional effect upon the human body.
Sermorelin Acetate is simply a truncated version of the GH-RH
molecule itself. Like Bio-Identical HGH, Sermorelin Acetate is also
provided only via subcutaneous injection.
Choose Sermorelin Acetate over Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone?
what medication you choose is ultimately up to the judgment of you
and a medical professional, Sermorelin Acetate functions slightly
differently within the human body than injectable HGH. When you
inject Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone, you directly replace HGH
that the body is not sufficiently producing on its own. Because of
this, the body has no means of regulating HGH Levels.
Acetate Injections, on the other hand, deliver GH-RH, which is
regulated in the brain by a hormone known as Somatostatin. When the
body senses that it has enough HGH in its system, it releases
Somatostatin to block receptors in the pituitary which stimulate HGH
Production. Via this method, the body receives exactly as much Human
Growth Hormone as it needs, preventing the risk of abuse and
addition to this, the brain is able to release Human Growth Hormone
naturally via the pituitary, preserving pituitary function, and
providing HGH to the body on its own, natural terms. Some studies
suggest that because Sermorelin Acetate Injections promote natural
HGH Release Patterns, it helps the body use HGH more effectively, and
prevents the development of hormone tolerance.
Let Andropause Take Control of Your Life: Choose Hormone Replacement
For your entire life you have probably slowly tried to prepare
yourself for the onset of the aging process. No one is ever really
ready to experience the changes that take place. Luckily, researchers
are quickly learning about new methods to preserve health and hormone
balance in order to promote a longer and happier active life span.
For the history of time, men simply thought that aging was an
inevitable process, but as the body of longevity research continues
to grow, it becomes clear that numerous aspects of the aging process
are not simply the result of aging, but the result of changes in
hormone balance which have a negative effect upon our physiological
function and physical and psychological well-being.
The Conscious Evolution Institute provides Physician-Monitored
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy to men and women over the
age of thirty that are experiencing the negative consequences of
Hormone Decline. If our diagnostic testing and medical analysis show
that you are suffering from Hormone Deficiency, we can provide
Hormone Replacement Therapy with the minimum amount of hassle,
getting you the treatment you need and desire so that you can take
that first big step to getting your life back on track.
We also provide a number of services meant to enhance the benefits of
Hormone Replacement Therapy, including Nutrition Guidance, Physical
Exercise Recommendations, and Medical Advice and Support. If you
think that Andropause is negatively impacting your life, we encourage
you to call or contact the Conscious Evolution Institute today for
free consultation and quote!
LOW TESTOSTERONE LEADS TO FRAILTY
Written by , Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D.
Published on 06 May 2013
Study Proves Link
between Testosterone Deficiency and Male Frailty
There are a number of prominent
studies that have come out in the last decade which correlate low
levels of endogenous testosterone with a number of different
physiological ailments. A new study presents evidence that older
males who are testosterone deficient are at a significantly higher
risk of developing geriatric frailty than their counterparts with
normal testosterone levels.
The clinical study observed a group
of over 3,600 Australian males over the age of seventy. Scientists
discovered that the group of males who were testosterone deficient in
comparison to their peers were either more physically fragile or had
higher incidence of frailty as they aged further.
Low Testosterone Correlated with
Poor Health Outcomes
The study and its implications were
revealed in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.
This scientific data provides further evidence that the loss of
Endogenous Testosterone as a result of the aging process leads to
poor health outcomes. The problem that scientists are trying to
answer now is, What can be done about Testosterone Deficiency?
Zoe Hyde of the Perth University of
Western Australia is the principal researcher who lead this important
study. He and his colleagues are very cautious against recommending
Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy with the current body of
evidence, but they do display a certain level of optimism and
possibility when discussing the subject.
Mrs. Hyde believes that widespread
clinical testing of Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Testosterone
Deficiency needs to be conducted as a means to assess the
effectiveness of the therapy to treat or prevent physical frailty
that occurs as a result of such deficiency. She understands the great
potential of this amazing therapy, but she feels that the risks and
benefits of Testosterone Treatment need to be assessed before the
therapy can be properly approved.
Testosterone Replacement is Proven
Beneficial in Many Ways
Testosterone has been proven to have
many fantastic benefits for patients over the age of thirty who
suffer or are simply beginning to notice the effects of accelerated
aging due to Testosterone Deficiency. Testosterone Hormone
Replacement Therapy has been shown to aid males in building both
muscle strength and muscle mass. In addition to this, Testosterone
elevates red blood cell counts and bone density as well.
It is a proven and unfortunate fact
that Testosterone levels drop with age. There is also mounting
evidence that shows that older males who develop Testosterone
Deficiency have a higher rate of major medical issues such as
osteoporosis and bone fractures, depression, and diabetes. All of
these ailments along with other less recognized factors lead to a
lifespan which is potentially reduced by a marked degree.
Although Testosterone Therapy
Seems Promising, There is Much More Research to be Done
There is not a definitive link yet
that proves that Testosterone Deficiency has a direct causal link to
male health problems that occur as a part of the aging process. It is
still unclear in exactly what ways Testosterone Hormone Replacement
Therapy can aid men who are suffering from the physiological effects
of Testosterone Deficiency. There is plenty of promising evidence
regarding a number of different consequences of aging, but there are
still many leads yet untapped in the clinical research community.
A number of scientific studies have
discovered that Testosterone Therapy administered via injection or
patch has the capability to remove adipose fat tissue and build
muscle mass, but there is not yet definitive evidence that the
physical changes that occur lead to enhanced strength, mobility, or
physiological function in the population of older males.
Testosterone Frailty Study in
In the above study, Doctor Hyde and
her associates monitored testosterone rates and frailty in 3,616
males whose ages ranged between seventy and eighty-eight. Of those
3,616 males, the team was able to meet 1,586 of those males for
further assessment in the following 4 to 7 years.
At the time of their first
evaluation, fifteen percent of the males were found to be clinically
frail. The clinical definition of frailty is that an individual
display a minimum of three of the following symptoms related to
Issues walking for a distance
longer than a single block
Problems ascending a single
flight of stairs
More than 5 major physiological
ailments. The full list of eligible conditions are arthritis,
cardiovascular disease, depression, asthma, stroke, anxiety, skin
cancer, colon cancer, osteoporosis, emphysema, chronic bronchitis,
Alzheimer's, myocardial infarction, angina, hypertension, leg
ulcers, dementia, and diabetes
Unintentional loss of weight
which accounts for more than five percent of body mass over a period
of a number of years
Researchers discovered their initial
hypothesis to be correct: Participants who were found to have a
Testosterone Deficiency were significantly more likely to suffer from
clinical frailty. In addition to this, patients who were initially
found to be healthy, but had lower levels of Free Testosterone than
normal were found to be at an enhanced risk of developing clinical
frailty than participants who were found to have average levels of
Testosterone for their age group.
Doctor Hyde believes that the next
logical step that emerges from this study is that Testosterone
Replacement Therapy should be provided to willing participants who
both suffer from Clinical Frailty as a result of Low Testosterone and
those who have a Testosterone Deficiency and have yet to show signs
Free Testosterone is Vital to
One intriguing finding discovered by
this study is that Total Testosterone Concentration is not effected
by the aging process, but Free Testosterone levels are effected
tremendously. Free Testosterone levels are an important indicator for
the presence of Testosterone's benefits because Free Testosterone is
much more active biologically than other configurations of the
It is important to note that this
study provides no ability to prove that Testosterone Deficiency
directly leads to male frailty.
Doctor Hyde believes that total
causality may never be fully proven because there are a multitude of
potential co-morbid disorders which can lead to both Testosterone
Deficiency and symptoms of clinical frailty.
Even Healthy Patients with Low
Testosterone at Elevated Risk of Future Complications
Despite the fact that scientists may
not be able to directly link Testosterone Deficiency and Clinical
Frailty, the fact that relatively healthy patients who were initially
found to have Low Testosterone Levels were later found to develop
physical frailty at an enhanced rate compared to their peers displays
a significant probability that Testosterone Hormone Deficiency plays
a prominent role in the issue of Male Geriatric Frailty.
Doctor Hyde feels that there are
biological mechanisms which make this a distinct possibility, since
Testosterone has been proven to be important for the maintenance of
muscle health and bone strength.
In spite of this, there is not yet
definitive proof that Testosterone Replacement Therapy can viably be
used to treat or prevent clinical frailty. There is a possibility,
for example, that Testosterone could lead to prostate enlargement or
complicate existing tumors of the prostate, whether benign or
cancerous. In addition to this, there is not yet sufficient data to
make a knowledgeable prediction whether Testosterone Therapy enhances
the risk of heart disease in older males.
Live Healthy, Live Consciously
For now, Doctor Hyde believes that
the most important thing for older males to do at the present day is
to maintain as active and healthy life as possible, in addition to
eating a nutritious diet, working to keep weight in check,
exercising, and avoiding tobacco.
From Reuters Health
About Zoe Hyde
Dr. Zoe Hyde is a Professor of Health Science at Curtin University in
Bentley, Western Australia. Hyde is a Master of Public Health PhD.
She is also a member of the Endocrine Society, the Public Health
Association of Australia, and the Australasian Epidemiological
Association, among other Prestigious groups. She specializes in
Hormone Replacement Therapy and Epidemiology.
We at Conscious Evolution Institute
respect and value the scientific contributions of Dr. Hyde and her
clinical staff, but we feel confident that there is significant value
in Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy for older gentlemen who
have been diagnosed with Testosterone Deficiency. Any male who is
diagnosed with Abnormally Low Testosterone is eligible for
Physician-Monitored Testosterone Replacement Therapy
We recognize that there are risks
involved with the therapy regarding issues with the prostate and do
not allow patients with a history of prostate cancer to utilize this
therapy. We also monitor our patients closely for changes in prostate
health and if any complications arise, therapy will be suspended
As a result of our vast clinical
experience with Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy, we have
witnessed first-hand the benefits that Testosterone can provide to a
deficient patient. If you are interested in learning more about this
or any other of our 21st Century Hormone Treatments, we
urge you to call or contact us today.
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LOW TESTOSTERONE MIGHT MEAN POOR SLEEP
Written by , Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D.
Published on 18 April 2017
Sleeping Issues Tied to Low-T
Testosterone has a complex and widespread affect on physiological function. Most people think of Testosterone strictly as a hormone related to sexual function, but Testosterone plays a role in a variety of other systems. One area where Testosterone (or the lack of Testosterone) can have a major impact is sleep.
Have You Been Having Trouble Sleeping?
Many men report that, as they get older, they start having more and more trouble sleeping. Have you caught yourself laying in bed, staring at the ceiling, more often than you'd like to admit? Do you wake up in the middle of the night, unable to fall back asleep? This may actually be a symptom of Testosterone Deficiency.
Testosterone and Sleep Quality
Low-T may not only affect your ability to stay asleep, but the quality of your sleep as well. As we sleep, the human body goes through different phases of sleep, all of which are important.
What Are the Normal Sleep Phases?
There are five stages of sleep, all of which are important to getting the most restful night possible. When we first fall asleep we enter Stage-1, which is characterized by a pattern of falling in and out of light sleep. During this phase, we are most prone to waking, and also to being jolted awake by the feeling of falling. During this phase, the muscles and the eyes are still active, but minimally.
As we fall deeper into rest we enter Stage-2, which is characterized by a combination of suppressed brain activity combined with occasional flourishes of neuronal activity. Stage-3 is comprised primarily of Delta Waves, the slowest rate at which our brains operate under normal circumstances. The brief bursts of activity from Stage-2 slow down, but remain far more active than Delta Wave. During stage three, all muscle and eye movement ceases. Stage-4 is the deepest form of sleep, and consists almost completely of Delta-Wave activity.
The first two phases of sleep are considered light sleep, whereas the latter phases are considered deep sleep. There is fifth stage of sleep, which is incredibly important. It is known as REM Sleep, REM an abbreviation for Rapid-Eye Movement. The first half of the normal sleeping pattern is characterized by a slow progression to deep sleep, while the latter half of the night is a shift back and forth from REM Sleep and an increasingly lighter and shorter reversal of the other four phases. REM Sleep is strongly associated with memory and learning, and is the period in which we dream.
Testosterone and Sleep Phases
Testosterone Production is tied directly to sleep phases. Testosterone Levels during sleep peak around the time that the first phase of REM-Sleep begins, and remain elevated for the rest of the night under normal circumstances. Testosterone Production ramps up as we enter stages three and four of deep sleep.
If poor sleep prevents us from sustaining deep sleep for a sufficient period of time, then Testosterone Levels fall. As men enter their fifties and sixties, sleep issues become more and more common. Recent research suggests that Low Testosterone Levels may account for as many as one in five men's sleep issues. The normal pattern of sleep is the result of a complex interplay of cerebral and physiological sequences, and Testosterone Deficiency impairs the body and mind's systems and aspects from working together in appropriate synchronicity.
Testosterone and Insomnia
Another sleep-related condition which impairs normal Testosterone Secretion is insomnia. Insomnia is a condition where it is incredibly hard to fall asleep, leaving some patients up all night, perhaps falling into occasional periods of light, fitful sleep at best. Insomnia is a spectrum condition, with some patients experiencing minor, occasional bouts, and others struggling with the condition for days, months, years, or even their entire life.
Testosterone Production is very sensitive to periods of inadequate sleep. One study suggests that even a single week of insomnia can impair Testosterone Production by around 15%. Sometimes Insomnia is the result of poor sleeping habits, other times it is the result of underlying physiological or neurological issues. If you are worried about your Testosterone Levels, it's important to take steps to improve your sleeping habits. Some steps that you can take to improve your sleeping habits are to avoid caffeine at night, install blackout curtains, turn the television off in the bedroom, and simply have a more rigorous bedtime. If insomnia isn't impacted by your efforts at improvement, you should see a sleep specialist.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a common condition in which your body doesn't get enough airflow while you sleep. This can result in shallow breathing for some patients, while others stop breathing for brief periods of time throughout the night. The range at which breathing can pause varies due to the severity of the Sleep Apnea and other factors. Breathing can stop for simply moments at a time, or much longer periods of time, even minutes. In severe cases, breathing can stop more than thirty times each hour.
When oxygen supplies drop to a certain level in the blood stream, the body recognizes that its choking and reinitiates breathing with a start, often associated with a choke or a snort. Sleep Apnea severely impairs sleep quality, because it prevents the brain from naturally moving along the normal pattern of sleep phases. As a result, Sleep apnea often causes significant fatigue and exhaustion throughout the day.
Testosterone and Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea's lengthy pauses in breathing lead to repeated awakenings as the body struggles to recover oxygen in order to stabilize its functions. Sleep fragmentation leads to chronic sleep deprivation and excessive daytime sleepiness, as well as other sleep disorders, like insomnia.
While we are sleeping, the brain and body go into a total repair mode. It is while we sleep that our bodies recover from the previous day and get us ready for the next day. Sleep enhances functions from the cell to cell and from system to system, providing us with energy and keeping us healthy.
One of the vitally important aspects of sleep is hormone maintenance. The body releases the highest quantities of many of the most important hormones while we are asleep. Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone are primarily released at night. The body releases the majority of its Testosterone while we are in deep sleep. Sleep Apnea prevents deep sleep, causing Testosterone Levels to plummet. Testosterone Levels drop as the day proceeds to a close, and the body restores Testosterone back up to peak levels as we sleep.
Testosterone Deficiency can also contribute to sleep apnea. Patients with Low-T are more likely to be overweight, and they are also more likely to have diminished muscle mass, both of which can cause your airways to be impaired while you sleep.
Sleep Apnea Treatment to Increase Testosterone Levels
So Sleep Apnea and Testosterone Deficiency combine to create a double-edged sword. Low-Testosterone Levels make Sleep Apnea more common and more problematic, and Sleep Apnea suppresses Testosterone Levels. Getting tested and treated for Sleep Apnea is one way to help support healthy and normalized Testosterone Production. There are breathing machines, breathing masks, and other tools which can create air flow and prevent Sleep Apnea. Some patients may even benefit from surgery.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Better Sleep
As you can tell, Testosterone plays a strong role in your ability to get healthy and restful sleep. Testosterone Deficiency causes so many problems for patients, and not enough men seek a Hormone Specialist that can get them the Prescription Testosterone that they deserve. We are a Licensed and Board Certified Hormone Clinic which operates in all fifty states. If you believe that Testosterone Therapy can help improve your life, we encourage you to contact us by phone or by form to get in touch with one of our professionally trained Hormone Doctors.
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If your doctor only prescribes testosterone by itself, you will
probably have a rough ride. The tendency is for you to feel
great the first couple months, while you increase testosterone
levels, followed by a slow deterioration, once your estrogen
High estrogen negates a lot of the positives from testosterone
therapy, resulting in the same symptoms of low testosterone you
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The solution is to add a drug called Arimidex. It's called an
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testosterone levels, while keeping your estrogen low.
Once you have your testosterone and estrogen solved, it's time
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