Let’s put aside our egos and pride for a minute and talk about something no man wants to talk about, shall we?
Getting older can be a real kick to the ego. With each passing year, our strength dwindles, our energy plummets, and our masculinity disappears in the rearview mirror.
Does any of this feel familiar?
- You finally understand what the phrase “bone tired” means
- The stubborn flab around your middle won’t go away, no matter what you do
- You’re not as strong as you were 5 or 10 years ago
- You can’t remember the last time you got a full, restful night of sleep
- You have more bad mood days than good mood days
- Your sex drive is dwindling and sex isn’t as fun (maybe because your erections aren’t what they used to be)
If so, you’re in good company. Many men start to experience these symptoms in their 40s, 50s and beyond.
The reason? Testosterone. It’s normal for men’s testosterone levels to drop as we get older. But our modern lives just compound the problem. The stress we’re under, the environmental toxins we’re exposed to, and the medications we take can all make testosterone levels plummet. And then you’re left with this laundry list of complaints that makes you feel like an older, more tired, less attractive version of the man you used to be.
But it doesn’t have to be that way …
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR TESTOSTERONE
The good news is that you have control over your hormonal health. You get to decide whether to sit back and watch your testosterone levels nosedive, or to bring them back to where they were when you were younger, stronger, more virile.
Imagine reclaiming your strength as the man you used to be…
… the one who was always up for adventure
… the one who was stronger, fitter, firmer
… the one with the sex drive that just wouldn’t quit
When your testosterone levels are where they should be, you can reclaim these elements of yourself—at any age.
GET BACK TO THE BEST VERSION OF YOU
Thanks to modern medical advances, it’s possible to restore your levels of testosterone to where they were when you were at your prime … and to start feeling the vigor and vitality that you used to take for granted.
But not all hormone replacement therapy is the same. In fact, you may have already tried options like creams, pills, or injections.
All of these methods have drawbacks …
- You have to remember to use them—sometimes once or twice daily
- Some use synthetic hormones
- They can cause a rollercoaster effect—a burst when you first get them, then a plummet once they wear off
- Topical treatments can transfer to people you come in contact with, possibly exposing women or children to unhealthy levels of testosterone
- They’re typically one-size-fits-all
But the good news is that there’s a more advanced, individualized way to bring your hormones in balance …
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR TESTOSTERONE
This advanced technology is called bioidentical hormone replacement pellet therapy, and it’s gaining in popularity as more and more men see the transformation it can provide. With pellet therapy, you get an individualized solution to your hormonal shifts. The treatment is specifically tailored to your body’s unique needs. By starting with a blood test to measure your unique hormone levels, our doctors create a custom pellet with the exact balance of hormones that you need. The hormones we use come from natural plant sources, which closely mimic the hormones your body makes. Then in a comfortable procedure, we insert the pellet under your skin where it gradually and steadily releases hormones to get you back to the right levels for you. Instead of taking a one-size-fits-all, synthetic hormone pill or injection, you’ll get an easy and convenient solution that works just right for you. And best of all, you only need to get pellet therapy two or three times a year—instead of thinking about it every day.
“The pellets have given me my life back”
Your best is yet to come
Ready to get back to the man you used to be? Our experienced team is ready to help you get there. Schedule your free consultation today!
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