Low Testosterone Tells All

testosterone-treatmentHormones are master controllers when it comes to growth, development and reproduction in the body.

They are produced by the endocrine glands that deposit the hormones into the bloodstream where they become the body’s chemical messengers relaying information between different functions and various parts and organs. They coordinate activities and processes in the whole body. [Read more…]

Testosterone Makes a Man a Man

testosterone1Hormonal health is big business these days and there is good reason for it.

Hormones are chemical messengers that carry instructions to the systems and processes of our body. Unbelievably powerful, they determine how fast or slow we age, how strong and fit we are and whether we become overweight or remain slim or succumb to disease or stay well and healthy.

As we age, the amount of hormones our body makes dwindles which in turn accelerates the aging process making us susceptible to disease. Normally up to about age 30 we produce all the hormones we need to keep us feeling youthful, healthy and fit. However, when our 40’s and 50’s arrive, we need to begin looking closer at our self-care making sure to include proper exercise and healthy eating if we want to maintain them. [Read more…]

The Human Body is a “Use It or Lose It” Machine

Use It or Lose It“Use It Or Lose It”!

Just as you must use a vehicle you own to keep the component parts fine-tuned and running at peak capacity, so too must you treat your body as a fine tuned machine. You can’t let your car sit for months or even weeks on end without losing power in the battery …with who knows what kind of rust setting in from sitting without activity. You must use it.

Why is it that most people will recognize this issue on everything but their own bodies?  Objects outside of themselves are given the privilege of regular use but they ignore the one and only engine that can keep all other engines going…their own body.

For example, an unchallenged, unused heart muscle becomes scrawny and weak and cannot pump effectively. Lung capacity diminishes and the red blood cell count declines as your oxygen demand lessens over time. This dominoes into other effects as your life slows and you become less mentally competitive in the years ahead and your unused brain neurons wither and nerves degenerate. [Read more…]