Benefits of Testosterone Replacement

1. Healthy Heart and Blood

A healthy heart pumps blood to the rest of the body. This provides muscles and organs with the oxygen needed for peak performance. Low testosterone levels are linked to a variety of cardiovascular risks. According to a recent study, testosterone replacement therapy can widen coronary arteries. This may be helpful for men with angina, chest pain, and pressure when your heart doesn’t get enough blood. Testosterone also can cause red blood cell counts to rise, which is a good thing if you have anemia.

 

2. Stronger Bones

Strong bones help support your muscles and internal organs, which boosts athletic performance. As men age and testosterone levels drop, so does bone density. This raises the risk of weak bones and osteoporosis. A published study indicates that older men can increase their bone density with testosterone replacement therapy. This is especially true of men who had very low testosterone levels before beginning therapy.

 

3. Less Fat, More Muscle

 A leaner body mass helps control weight and increases energy. There is some evidence that testosterone treatment can decrease fat and increase muscle size and strength. This effect is greater if you combine treatment with strength training and exercise. A study of 108 men over age 65 showed that testosterone treatment significantly decreased fat, especially in the arms and legs. Those same men had an increase in lean mass, mostly in the bodies trunk. The men were treated with testosterone for 36 months.

 

4. Better Libido

 Testosterone levels naturally rise in response to sexual arousal and activity. Testosterone levels fall off during long periods of abstinence. More testosterone boosts sexual desire, continuing the cycle. Testosterone has been shown to have a positive effect on a man’s sexual drive and performance.

 

5. Improves Mood

 Testosterone’s role in the body is more involved than simply getting you aroused. The hormone also plays a role in your state of mind, including how well your brain works. That’s why low testosterone has been linked with symptoms such as mood swings, increased stress, and depression. Cells in the brain have testosterone receptors that significantly affect mental health. Men with low testosterone can experience fatigue and commonly have mood swings. It’s also one of the major causes of depression. Testosterone Replacement can improve mood and the sense of well-being.