LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--A new treatment program offered by Boston Medical Group is dramatically improving the sex lives and overall health of male patients nationwide. The therapy involves increasing testosterone levels that naturally decline as men reach their 30’s (an estimated 1% per year). “Low T” adversely impacts their mental, physical and sexual health leading to decreased energy levels, loss of muscle mass, increased fat around the mid-section, listless outlook on life and weak sexual performance.
“Replenishing a man's testosterone levels can reverse the cardiovascular risks by reducing obesity, stabilizing blood sugar levels, improving total cholesterol, fortifying bone density and strengthening muscles, leading to a greater sense of vigor and vitality and an improved sex life.”
How do you know if you suffer from Low T? Daniel Ha, M.D., founder of the Boston Medical Group, says to take the “3 for T” test:
- LACKLUSTER SEX LIFE: Less interest in sex, erectile dysfunction, inability to sustain erections, difficulty achieving orgasm, reduced intensity of orgasm and low amounts of ejaculatory fluid.
- MOOD : Low energy, increased fatigue, Loss of motivation (e.g., work, relationship, friendships), irritability, dissatisfaction with life and depression.
- PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS -- Loss of muscle strength and mass, accumulation of fat (especially in stomach area), low bone density and frequently feeling tired.
If these symptoms apply, you may suffer from low levels of testosterone, which is the key hormone produced by the Leydig cells of the testicles.
"Many health conditions are associated with Low T ranging from atherosclerosis, prostate cancer and diabetes to osteoporosis, obesity and even cardiovascular death," said Ha. "Replenishing a man's testosterone levels can reverse the cardiovascular risks by reducing obesity, stabilizing blood sugar levels, improving total cholesterol, fortifying bone density and strengthening muscles, leading to a greater sense of vigor and vitality and an improved sex life."
Ha added, “Low T is a serious deficiency disease that often goes unrecognized and untreated. At Boston Medical Group, we offer patients thorough diagnostic testing and a personalized treatment plan based on their individual needs. The result is that many of the symptoms are reversed and patients are given a new lease on life.”
For more information or to schedule a confidential thorough workup, call (888) 740-5163 or visit www.BostonMedicalGroup.com.