New Year is Fast Approaching, Time to Write Those Resolutions!
With the New Year comes new hope and a desire for personal growth and health goals for a better you. What people sometimes forget is how their behavior and attitudes affect their partners, their children and even their friends. Having said that, one of the more common resolutions is to 'strengthen relationships.' To make more time for your partner, have a weekly date night, be kinder, more patient, and most of all, more loving.
Sounds easy, right? Unfortunately though, if you are tired all the time, stressed out, lethargic, and your libido is heading downhill fast you may have the inclination but the energy just isn't there. On top of that you can't shift that belly, and your zest for life is waning, it's tough maintaining a great relationship.
Reduced Testosterone and Relationships
When you think about testosterone, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Probably muscles, sexual function, and libido, all the things that make a man a man. Many people do not realize how reduced testosterone levels can affect mental health, relationships, and overall well being.
As guys get older, their testosterone levels start to decline, this is perfectly normal, and there is no way of getting away from it. Falling testosterone levels can cause unfortunate side effects such as weight gain, drop in libido, loss of sexual function, and a loss of motivation. All things which, let's face it, drag you down. This decline in mood is not your fault; it is simply that your hormone levels have fallen enough to cause issues out of your control.
The Most Important Sexual Organ is Your Mind
Your brain is a complex computer, full of hormone receptors which, when testosterone levels deplete, cannot function as well as they used to. This depletion can lead to all sorts of unwanted side effects that can take away your lust for life.
- Mental fog
These symptoms are part of the 'andropause' when declining hormone levels can cause men unwanted symptoms. The 'andropause' is a far more gradual decline in hormone levels than women experience with menopause; even so, the effects can have a drastic impact on physical and mental health.
If you are experiencing signs of depression, a lack of motivation decreased libido or even erectile dysfunction, it could be due to reduced testosterone levels. If you are stressed out and irritable it's about time to get your hormone levels checked, it might surprise you.
Can Testosterone Improve My Relationship?
TRT Increases Energy
Low energy is one of the most common effects of reduced testosterone levels. Feeling tired every now and then is normal. However, chronic fatigue could be a sign that you should get your levels checked.
- Everyday 'normal' activities don't appeal to you anymore
- You find it hard to concentrate on everyday tasks
- The thought of exercise and socializing has less appeal
- You struggle to stay awake and often fall asleep on the sofa
By recognizing that your lack of energy is not 'normal' (and not your fault), you can seek the help you need. Don't allow reduced testosterone to impact your relationships anymore!
BHRT Improves Mood
Everyone knows mood is affected by hormones. Bio identical testosterone therapy (BHRT) significantly improves many of the side effects which cause depression and mood swings in men.
- BHRT Increases focus: Many guys with reduced testosterone report a lack of focus, brain fog, and reduced cognitive ability. BHRT can help sharpen the mind and make you more open to conversation and working on relationship problems
- BHRT reduces irritability: Balance your hormones and improve your mental and physical health. BHRT can reduce stress, improve sleep quality, and reduce mood swings. Those closest to you will certainly appreciate the changes!
TRT Increases Sex drive
One of the most common symptoms of decreased testosterone levels is a decline in libido. It is common for guys as they get older to experience some reduction in sexual desire, but a significant decrease is a telltale sign of reduced testosterone.
The lover you used to be is hiding away but not forgotten, rediscover that spark. Although BHRT has no direct correlation with erectile dysfunction, it can help avoid or even reverse many conditions that cause it.
- Metabolic syndrome
- Endothelial dysfunction
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All these symptoms can drastically affect your mental health and reduce the essence of what gives you your get up and go. The great news is that it doesn't have to be this way. If you struggle to keep off the weight, gain muscle, find motivation, and feel that zest for life fading, bioidentical testosterone therapy for optimal levels can help you get your mind, body, and soul back on track. If you are in a better place, your loved ones will surely notice the change.
Don't just take our word for it! Just read how our patients (and their partners) have regained their passion for life!
"She said to me, "There you are," and I realized there's so much more than that once every few months burst of energy, but that growling, biting, crazy, just playful lovemaking. This is no longer about me. This is about her—the woman I love. And I can take care of her like she should be taken care of, how she put up with me like I was for so long. She deserves nothing but the best. I'm glad I can once again be that.
"I've been on T-therapy with MaleExcel for about 6 months, and I have never been happier with any decision I've ever made! The results have been AMAZING! I've lost 12 lbs. I feel amazing, my sex drive is off the charts, my wife is VERY happy! My muscle tone is getting better than I've ever seen it. MaleExcel reps are INCREDIBLE! They are so professional and helpful with any questions I've had. I can't believe I waited so long to do this! Thanks, MaleExcel!