Testosterone Therapy can benefit your body:
Your Brain: A number of studies have demonstrated that testosterone therapy is helpful in relieving symptoms of depression. Patients often experience improvements in memory function, mood and concentration. Maintaining healthy levels of testosterone has also been found to be helpful in preserving brain tissue.
Your Muscles & Bones: The link between low testosterone levels and muscle loss and weakness and osteoporosis have been established through various studies. Undergoing safe testosterone therapy, therefore, is beneficial in maintaining muscle and bone health.
Libido: Testosterone has a key role to play when it comes to maintaining sexual health by regulating libido function.
Weight Gain: Low testosterone level in males contributes to an increase in body fat, specifically in the waist, and hence weight gain. One of the key benefits of testosterone replacement therapy is that it promotes weight loss.
Risk of Diseases: Low testosterone levels is a risk factor as far as conditions such as diabetes, atherosclerosis, metabolic syndrome, obesity, stroke, heart disease, endothelial dysfunction and osteoporosis are concerned.
Poor Sleep Quality: Testosterone has an important role to play in maintaining sleep cycles. Therefore, low testosterone levels often lead to impaired sleep patterns (poor quality of sleep, duration and sleep-disordered breathing). Poor sleep quality often leads to the development of many adverse symptoms. As a result, maintaining hormone balance is essential to enjoy a sound sleep.
Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Men
- Decreased libido-sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Ejaculatory problems
- Sleep disturbance
- Muscle weakness
- Slow wound healing
- Decreased memory & concentration
- Thinning skin
A man’s Testosterone / Estrogen (E2) ratio might be too high and supplementing with an Estrogen blocker such as Anastrozole may help with unwanted symptoms.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) typically reaches its peak for males in their mid 20’s and may start dropping by as much as 50 percent by the time they reach their 40’s. A decrease in HGH levels can decrease libido, energy levels and muscle growth.
Sermorelin is a peptide, developed in the 1970’s, containing 29 amino acids which stimulate the pituitary gland to produce more HGH.
Seremorelin Acetate Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) binds specific receptors which increase the secretion of endogenous growth hormone producing an anabolic effect on the body tissues therefore helping the body process nutrients more efficiently into muscle and energy.
If you are already on Bio-Idendical Hormone Replacement Therapy and are looking for that extra boost, Sermorelin might be your answer.