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Men’s Health

Our focus is on the PREVENTION of the diseases associated with aging. In addition, a healthy lifestyle is important, including healthful eating and meaningful exercise. 

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Low Testosterone

Low Testosterone can cause a plethora of symptoms that many associates with “normal aging.” In reality, the steadily declining levels of testosterone are actually to blame.

Low testosterone is often termed andropause or hypogonadism and affects an estimated 5 million men in the United States. These numbers may be even higher, as many people walk around with low testosterone and don’t know it. Testosterone levels found through simple bloodwork are not age-adjusted. As a result, many men walk around with “normal” levels based on lab results.

However, they are suffering from low testosterone. This ruins the quality of life for men. At Health Vitalized, we will treat your symptoms and improve your quality of life. It doesn’t matter how old you are. Call us for an evaluation.

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The Right Treatment For You

HRT can help women in several ways by replacing hormones that decrease as they reach menopause. This can alleviate symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness, which can greatly improve a woman’s quality of life.

HRT can also help prevent bone loss, a common consequence of menopause. Estrogen plays a vital role in maintaining bone health, and as levels decrease during menopause, women are at an increased risk of developing osteoporosis.

It can also improve cardiovascular health by reducing cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Furthermore, it can help alleviate symptoms of depression, mood swings, and anxiety often associated with menopause.

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Do you Have Low T?

Symptoms of Low T include:

  • Fatigue
  • Decreased sex drive/libido
  • Decreased sexual performance
  • Decreased quality of erections
  • Decreased mental clarity
  • Depressed mood
  • Weight gain and increased body fat
  • Failure to increase muscle mass and make gains in the gym
  • Slower recovery from workouts
  • Decreased strength

What is the process like?

Our focus is on the PREVENTION of the diseases associated with aging. In addition, a healthy lifestyle is important, including healthful eating and meaningful exercise. Along with strategic supplementation, bio-identical hormones are a key ingredient in your recipe for healthy aging.

Testosterone levels lower than ever

Over the past two decades, testosterone levels in men have decreased by an estimated 25% resulting in multiple symptoms of low testosterone. Experts estimate this affects 1 in 4 men. Researchers believe it is due to the poor American diet, plastics, and our overall sedentary lifestyle acting as endocrine disruptors.


1. Initiate the Call
A brief phone or video conversation to discuss symptoms and concerns. Unless adequate lab work has been completed recently, additional lab work will be needed.
2. Consultation
3. Deciding on a Treatment Plan
4. Medication
5. Follow up/Routine Management.

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