1. Tips for Healthy Testosterone Levels — Part II

    If you’re like most men in the United States, then you’re probably concerned about maintaining healthy testosterone levels as you age. In a previous post, we explained three ways to maintain optimal testosterone levels as you age, and in today’s post, we’ll continue to provide you with tips for healthy testosterone levels. While living a healthy lifestyle is a great way to promote healthy …Read More

  2. Tips for Healthy Testosterone Levels — Part I

    Testosterone is one of the most important hormones in the human body. Healthy testosterone levels are crucial for maintaining muscle mass, sexual health, and mental well-being. Testosterone levels in men normally decline with age, usually beginning around age 30. Some men will experience significant drops in their testosterone levels that cause negative and life-interrupting symptoms before and af…Read More

  3. Common Low Testosterone Questions, Part II

    Depending on where you look, it can be difficult and frustrating to find reliable information about low testosterone and testosterone replacement therapy. In our previous blog, we answered three of the most common questions we receive regarding these topics. Today’s blog post will continue on that same theme, and we will answer a few more of the most common questions our physicians receive. Men…Read More

  4. Common Low Testosterone Questions, Part I

    Finding reliable information about low testosterone and testosterone replacement therapy is a lot like looking for information about dieting and fitness: nearly every source you’ll find on the internet or in magazines provides conflicting information, making it both frustrating and stressful to find the answers you’re looking for. In today’s post, we’ll answer some of the most common quest…Read More

  5. Talking to Your Doctor About Low Testosterone

    Low testosterone is a condition that affects thousands of men around the world, and many of them are unaware that their symptoms can be treated. We explained the signs and symptoms of low testosterone in a previous post, and in today’s post, we’ll give you some tips that will help your bring up the topic of low testosterone treatment with your doctor. Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale has he…Read More

  6. Four Low Testosterone Symptoms to Never Ignore

    Testosterone is a male hormone produced in the body, and we can’t emphasize its importance enough. Testosterone plays critical roles in muscle mass formation and retention, sex drive, fat distribution, and much more. Low levels of testosterone can cause health problems for men of all ages, and in this blog, we’ll introduce you to four symptoms of low testosterone that you should never ignore. …Read More

  7. Testosterone Replacement Therapy: The First Steps

    Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale is your number one resource for anything related to men’s health and testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). Testosterone is a male hormone that is produced in the testes and is responsible for maintaining muscle mass and developing the male sex organs. Testosterone also plays a substantial role in your sex drive, and a low libido is often the first symptom no…Read More

  8. How Low Testosterone Can Negatively Affect Your Relationships

    Many men come into our Men's Vitality Clinic on the recommendation of their loved one. Maybe their spouse or partner has noticed the symptoms stacking up; things like a decrease in libido, higher irritability, feeling tired all of the time, or even problems concentrating. They want their partner to get to the bottom of all of these symptoms, and often, the cause turns out to be low testosterone. L…Read More

  9. Do I Have Low Testosterone or High Estrogen?

    Many people are under the impression that estrogen is solely a female hormone, but this isn’t true. Men also produce estrogen and it plays an important role in many areas of the body, including brain functioning, libido, heart health, bone health, cholesterol, and testosterone regulation. In healthy men, the levels of testosterone and estrogen are balanced. When estrogen levels elevate, testoste…Read More

  10. What to Expect from Testosterone Testing

    If you suspect that you have low testosterone, you will need to get a testosterone test from your physician. Understandably, you probably have questions and hesitations about this process, but rest assured, it is a simple procedure. It is also something that we do on a daily basis at Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale, so you can feel at ease, knowing that we fully understand what we are doing. I…Read More