Are you fighting fatigue, weight gain, loss of libido, loss of muscle mass, and mental fog? This could be a sign that you have low testosterone levels. As men age, their levels of testosterone naturally decline, usually beginning after age 30. At MedAssistant we can help advise what your Testosterone Level is. Our qualified staff will run a comprehensive health assessment to check testosterone levels.
PLEASE NOTE WE CAN’T OFFER ANY TESTOSTERONE TREATMENT OR ADVICE
All men get tired, but prolonged, continuous fatigue at any age is not normal, and it can affect everything from your work performance to your attitude.
When a man’s testosterone level falls outside the normal range it can cause a decrease in libido. It doesn’t have to be permanent, we can help you restore it and be like your old self.
The inability to perform sexually can be attributed to a lot of different factors: stress, poor health, and others. Another possible cause is low testosterone.
Poor sleep patterns lower testosterone and low testosterone can lead to poor sleep. If you improve your testosterone levels, your quality of sleep will improve
You start noticing your strength decreasing, lifting heavy items seems to get harder, and at times everyday tasks are more exhausting. This can be a sign of low testosterone.
Your brain has many cells that are testosterone receptors; the low level of testosterone your brain receives affects your mood. Bringing hormone levels back to balance can improve mood levels.
You can make necessary lifestyle changes to help boost testosterone, such as improving your diet, getting plenty of sleep, and trying to reduce stress. However, for significantly low levels, medical and medication intervention will be required.
Please note that MedAssistant can’t provide any treatment for low testosterone, we can only advise what your levels are, and if they are considered to be low. To advise we carry out a blood test that get’s sent to the lab, and you will get the results back within 24 to 48 hours.
Explore effective tips for elevating testosterone levels:
Balanced Diet: Consume zinc, vitamin D, and omega-3-rich foods like nuts, oily fish, and greens.
Exercise Routine: Incorporate strength training and HIIT workouts. Consult a fitness professional for a tailored plan.
Quality Sleep: Prioritise 7-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep nightly for optimal hormonal regulation.
Stress Control: Manage stress with meditation, yoga, or deep breathing exercises.
Moderate Alcohol, Quit Smoking: Limit alcohol and quit smoking to positively impact hormonal balance.
Maintain Healthy Weight: Balance diet and exercise to combat excess body fat, particularly around the midsection.
Sun Exposure: Get 10–30 minutes of sunlight on face, arms, and legs a few times a week for vitamin D.
Hydration: Stay well-hydrated with plenty of water to support overall bodily functions.
Low testosterone occurs when the body’s ability to produce hormones is interfered with. This can result due to;
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is usually administered by a gel, cream, or injection. It is usually given as a gel or injection for the first two to six months, but it can be continued in these forms if good symptom relief is maintained.
The type and dosage of medication can be adjusted to ensure the patient receives the best low-T treatment tailored to their needs.
PLEASE NOTE WE DON’T OFFER ANY TREATMENTS, ONLY ADVISE YOUR TESTOSTERONE LEVEL
Testosterone replacement therapy is not like steroid abuse. Steroids are often used illicitly to improve performance and muscle growth in men under 30 but can lead to serious health problems. On the other hand, TRT is a carefully monitored treatment, with extreme symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome.
If you’re struggling with low testosterone, TRT can help. Research shows that TRT can improve sexual desire, erectile function, and satisfaction, as well as reduce body mass index and waist size in men who are obese and hypogonadal.
Testosterone replacement therapy may also help improve blood sugar control, lipid (fat) levels, body composition, and mineralization after 6 months of use. It can also reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes for people with prediabetes or cardiovascular disease.
The potential risks of TRT are very low, and your health professional will monitor you for risks and side effects if you begin therapy. Our TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) Blood Test can also help you to self-monitor at home.
Potential risks include:
· Sleep apnoea is a condition where you stop breathing in your sleep, and this can lead to headaches, daytime tiredness, and other symptoms. If you have sleep apnoea, testosterone replacement therapy could make it worse.
Testosterone replacement therapy is suitable for men with symptoms of low testosterone that significantly affect their quality of life. If you have mild symptoms of low testosterone, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) might not be the best treatment option. In cases where your testosterone levels are only slightly reduced, lifestyle changes may be more appropriate.
The following people should not take TRT due to potential health concerns:
The short answer is: no. There is no proven link between TRT and prostate cancer. However, as with any hormone therapy, you should ensure that your prostate is monitored before and during treatment—especially if you have a family history of prostate cancer or are at high risk for the disease.