Testosterone therapy for men by testosterone therapy for men Dallas has recently gained attention after numerous case studies and reviews in the media. Many men have found that testosterone therapy offers them the benefits they had hoped to gain from testosterone therapy without the risks and side effects of prescription drugs.
TRT is a commonly used medical treatment for male men with secondary hyperandropic symptoms. The advantages seen with TRT, including increased energy and libido, beneficial effects on muscle mass, strength, bone density and cardioprotective properties, have long been documented.
One of the primary benefits of testosterone therapy for men is the reduction of symptoms associated with high blood pressure. Polycythemia is the accumulation of excess fluid in the tissues surrounding the heart, including the arteries, heart valves and chambers. The majority of polycythemia cases are due to hypertension, but other causes such as disease, stress, liver disorders and kidney problems can also contribute to the condition.
Common symptoms include increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, palpitations, heart failure and increased cardiac output. These symptoms can interfere with day to day activities and can cause depression, anxiety and feelings of worthlessness.
Treating polycythemia with testosterone therapy is effective in the early phases of the disorder, with improvements usually noted within the first three years. The benefit of supplementation during this time period extends to more severe cases of polycythemia, requiring surgical treatment or lifestyle changes to correct the underlying pathology. Common surgical treatments for polycythemia include beta-blockers, diuretics, aspirin, and atenolol.
Long-term maintenance treatment with these or other medications may be necessary for the alleviation of symptoms and subsequent loss of independence. As most cases of polycythemia can be attributed to hypertension, lifestyle changes to decrease overall blood pressure (such as avoiding tobacco use, reducing alcohol consumption, increasing regular exercise) can also be beneficial.
Age and disease may also play a role in the onset of the condition. Older men are more likely to develop the condition, as the hormone decreases with age. This condition is known as testosterone infertility, where the male reproductive organ is unable to produce the necessary testosterone levels. As prostate cancer and diabetes both have strong genetic links, this can be an especially detrimental factor. It is unclear what the beneficial effects of testosterone use in the elderly may be, and research into these possible beneficial effects is currently underway.