Testosterone Therapy for Strength & Vitality
You used to dominate the gym and now you feel like a wimp compared to your younger years. You cannot lift the weights you used to, and you have had to cut your reps down to nothing as your energy levels have severely declined. Even with all that time at the gym, it seems like your muscles are getting smaller and weaker instead of bigger and stronger. You suspect you have low testosterone, a common but often embarrassing condition that prevents millions of American men from doing the things they love, like going to gym.
Low-T Often Means Loss Of Strength
Low testosterone, sometimes called low-T, saps your manhood away in very visible ways. Your muscles begin to lose mass and strength. Just a few short years ago, you took your shirt off with pride to unleash the awesome power of your muscular chest. You would never dream of taking your shirt off at the gym today because you worry everyone will see your limp muscles and flabby waistline.
Besides, the last thing you want to do is let the guys at the gym know you have started to develop “man boobs,” a medical condition doctors call gynecomastia. It is bad enough that your libido has flat-lined, leaving you listening quietly while your friends brag about their sexual conquests the night before.
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone. In addition to its main function of supporting sex drive and reproduction, testosterone helps build muscle mass and strength, the growth of body and facial hair, and the development of a deeper male voice.