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Testosterone

Fitness Trends in Flower Mound: Fighting Stress

A smiling man in a red t-shirt leads a spin class. Learn about the many exercise trends in Flower Mound.

As working people, we often may feel that the day-to-day stress of our work and home obligations contributes to fatigue, illness, and absences from work. Statistics would support the idea that stress is taking a tremendous toll on our health. Psychology Today reports that 80-90% of medical visits are stress related, but less than 3%…

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Are Vitamins Useless in the Fight Against Low T?

A lemon half which has had half of the pulp removed and then filled with vitamins — useless against Low T.

When it comes to battling low testosterone, are vitamins useless? Yes, and no. Simple questions about our health often come with more complicated answers. Without a doubt, your overall health is critical to hormone production. On their own, however, vitamin pills and over-the-counter supplements are mostly ineffective against clinical hypogonadism (the technical term for low…

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Chronic Low Testosterone — Symptoms and Solutions

Doctor talking to senior man in an office appointment about chronic low testosterone

Since 2012, the number of prescriptions for testosterone supplements has increased five-fold — men and women alike are seeking relief from the unpleasant symptoms of chronic low testosterone as awareness of this common illness grows. As we age, our testosterone levels begin to drop, which can create some issues that include (but are not limited…

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TRT and Diet — Diet and Exercise May Help With Mild Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Slender woman with a tape measure around her waist and fruits and vegetables on the table in front of her — trt diet

If you suffer from clinical hypogonadism (the medical term for low testosterone), you’re likely going to need supplemental testosterone through testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). Diet and exercise, while important for your overall health, aren’t going to be enough to elevate your levels into a “normal” or “optimum” range. That said, there are a lot of…

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