[Warning] Low Testosterone increases the risk of THIS disease
More than your sex drive is at risk
You probably already know the impact low levels of testosterone can have on your sex drive and your erectile function.
What you might NOT know is that low T can make you feel depressed and can contribute to muscle loss.
Not to mention, it can also lead to hair loss, decreased bone mass, low blood counts, and smaller testicle size.
And now, we have another biggie to add to the list:
Low testosterone can increase your risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia.
This finding was based on a study of nearly 160,000 men from 50-73.
The researchers said that the association didn’t establish a cause-and-effect relationship, but this isn’t the first study to show a link between low T and Alzheimer’s.
Men, I hope you’re paying close attention to this one.
After all, 20 percent of men in their 60s end up with low T (defined as levels below 300 ng/dL). And it affects about 30 percent of men in their 70s and beyond.
Even worse, cases of low T are increasing at an alarming rate—about one percent every year.
This is likely due to the same factors that are destroying other areas of your health: too much time spent indoors, sitting too much, junk food diets, and lack of sunlight.
Fixing your environment can make a big difference.
But if you need an extra boost to get your levels up to snuff, consider talking to your doctor about injectable testosterone.
This is the only form of testosterone I use with my patients because the benefits are so well-documented. They include everything from increased testosterone, to reduced heart attack risk, to longer life.
If your doctor won’t consider using injectable testosterone, visit the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (www.a4m.com) or the American Academy of the Advancement of Medicine (www.acam.org) to find a physician with expertise in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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