The terms “andropause” or “hypogonadism” are utilized to refer to the condition of low testosterone levels in males. A man is classified as hypogonadal if his total testosterone levels are below 400 and he exhibits symptoms of low T. Testosterone levels tend to decline by about 1-2% after the age of 30, and more than 50% of men over 40 experience low testosterone levels, with this percentage increasing further with age.
Most men tend to dismiss symptoms of low testosterone levels as a normal part of aging and do not seek treatment for this prevalent issue. However, a basic blood test can detect a hormone deficiency. We aim to enhance quality of life by normalizing and replenishing serum testosterone levels. Studies indicate that maintaining normal testosterone levels can prevent many age-related conditions such as heart disease and cognitive decline. Our program’s success lies in our dedication to balancing all hormones and implementing leading monitoring protocols, ensuring that it is safe, effective, and well-proven.