A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) about the possible dangers of testosterone therapy is flawed, according to a review by Life Extension.
Researchers have found that men who suffer from metabolic syndrome, who face a greater likelihood of diabetes and heart disease, could potentially benefit from testosterone replacement therapy.
Men who experience heart failure are more likely to develop this issue earlier on in life, as cardiac issues can impair the function of endocrine glands that govern hormone production.
If you’re a male and have noticed that you don’t have the same amount of energy, or that your regular workouts don’t cut away at that flab the way they used to, then you could be feeling the effects of this shift yourself.
Currently, two million Americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, most of whom are women. However, men are also at risk for this painful condition.
New research has revealed that treating chronic pain may keep you from aging gracefully by lowering your testosterone levels.