Low Testosterone (Low T)
After age 30, most men begin to experience a gradual decline in testosterone. Although testosterone levels never reach zero (as estrogen levels do in women during menopause), low testosterone levels can cause men to experience a range of symptoms if testosterone decreases more than it should. Low testosterone, or low T, is diagnosed when levels fall below 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL). A normal range is typically 300–1000 ng/dL, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A blood test called a serum testosterone test is used to determine your level of circulating testosterone.
A range of symptoms can occur if testosterone production drastically drops below normal. Signs of low T are often subtle. Listed below are some of the symptoms.
- Low Sex Drive
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Low Semen Volume
- Hair Loss
- Loss of Muscle Mass
- Increased Body Fat
- Decreased Bone Mass
- Mood Changes
A blood test can determine if you have low testosterone and there are treatment options to help boost your levels back to a normal range. Treatments consist of several options like testosterone creams, injections or pellets that are implanted in the soft tissues where your body slowly absorbs the testosterone into the bloodstream over the course of about 3-4 months. Call us today at 770-922-2556 or fill out this contact form to request an appointment for a complimentary consultation on how we can help you.
Low Libido In Men
Low libido is a term used to describe a decrease in sex drive that can interfere with sexual activity and cause tension in a relationship. It can often be treated if the underlying cause is identified.
Low libido should not be confused with erectile dysfunction (ED), although the two conditions can co-exist. Communication and honesty are needed for a couple to cope while identifying the possible causes. Treatment can vary and may involve psychotherapy, hormone replacement, lifestyle changes, or the adjustment of drug therapies.
Low libido can sometimes be caused by a single factor but is more often related to multiple factors that each contribute in their own way. Listed below are some of the causes of low libido among these the most common causes are low testosterone, medications, depression, chronic illness, and stress.
- Psychological Issues
- Medical Problems
- Hormonal Causes
- Low Dopamine Levels
- Sleep Disorders
But don’t try to guess what the cause is of your low libido, contact us for a complimentary consultation to see what we can do to help identify the cause and explain treatment options. Call us at 770-922-2556 or fill out this contact form today!
Primary defintinon of erectile dysfunction or “ED” is the inability to maintain or keep an erection. Secondarily, ED can include Premature ejaculation, reduced sex drive and low testosterone. ED is a disease, not a symptom. If a man lives long enough, he will experience ED at some point. Over 50% of all ED cases are caused by vascular issues and diabetes, In a recent Johns Hopkins study, 9 in 10 men with ED had at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
Listed below are some common causes of ED.
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Obesity/Poor diet
- Sedentary lifestyle
- Poor relationships
There are medications available for ED (i.e. Viagra, Cialis, Levitra) but many quit working and cause unpleasant side effects. Multi-Care Holistic Health Center offers several options to treat ED with much success and no side effects! Call us at 770-922-2556 or fill out this contact form to schedule your complimentary consultation.