Dr. Richard Cohen
Do you remember having an almost endless supply of energy?
Whatever happened to those days anyway? More than likely, the testosterone that was once responsible for making you feel alive and full of energy isn’t quite what it used to be.
As men age, they are no longer able to maintain ideal testosterone levels. And with that decline comes a loss of physical, mental and sexual energy.
Part of the answer lies in nature’s timetable...
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Perhaps, at some point, the loss of ideal levels of testosterone may help men channel their energy into an education, a career and a family.
However, the typical American male will lose testosterone at an alarming rate of one to two percent each year beginning at age thirty. So a 55-year-old man could—quite literally—be half the man he was at age 30!
But the natural aging process is only one reason for the loss of normal testosterone levels.
High levels of physical and mental stress, along with the negative consequences of a modern lifestyle, are the primary causes. And the problem is getting worse.
Very recent studies indicate that the testosterone level of the average male today is 25% less than it was in 1992.
The average male estrogen level has increased an alarming 40% during the same time period.
Yet the vast majority of men have no idea why they are feeling so poorly, or what they can do about it.
The key reason is that most men—and their doctors—are still not fully aware of the global effects the loss of ideal testosterone levels and other important male hormones can have on their health and well-being.
So stop for a moment and really think about how you feel. What percent of the man are you today compared to 5 or 10 years ago?
While, we all get older our physical, mental and sexual vitality do not have to drop off the cliff.
So truthfully ask yourself the questions below:
-How much has your sex drive declined?
-Are your erections as strong and lasting as they used to be?
-What percent of mornings do wake up with an erection?
-Do you find it harder to gain or maintain muscle tone?
-How much extra weight, particularly around the mid section do you carry?
-Do you find the harder you work out, the worse you feel?
-Does it take you longer than it should to recover from physical activity?
-How much has your physical energy declined?
-Do you have difficulty sleeping or fall sleep after dinner?
-Do you often feel depressed, irritable, or unmotivated?
-How much has your ability to cope with life stressors declined?
-How much has your concentration and memory declined?
Declines in any of these areas are NOT normal, or a “natural” part of the aging process. They are caused by the lack of testosterone levels and poor cellular health.
Fortunately these both can easily be restored so you can once again experience youthful vitality and vigor.
Your next step?
Take control of your health and assess your levels of testosterone and other critical male hormones. You can do this easily at home via saliva hormone testing.
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