Believe it or not, it’s been more than 80 days since the New Year! If you have been true to a better diet and exercise routine up to this point, then you may be part of the statistical few. For most, improvements in your health and wellbeing were likely aspirations with no follow through. If you have not seen results from your efforts, it may be time to get your testosterone levels checked as there may be underlying reasons for lack of improvement that a Health Care Professional at Revibe Men’s Health may be able to quickly identify.
The typical results from professionally directed testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) are promising and include greater energy and vitality, weight loss, and improved sexual health to name a few. Randomized controlled trials, considered the gold standard of medical trials, have “consistently reported that testosterone replacement therapy reduces fat mass and increases lean mass” . Customized, evidence-based treatment, formulated from your specific goals after an in-depth face to face evaluation is a hallmark of Revibe Men’s Health and will likely be the key to achieving your goals, especially if you have attempted testosterone replacement therapy or erection specific improvements elsewhere without seeing positive results.
We understand it can be difficult to even initiate a discussion around these sensitive issues, especially if you have already been dealing with them for months or even years in some cases. Let’s face it—change in any sense can be daunting. So much so, that you may not ever take those ideas, hopes, and goals and distill them into actionable steps. This is exactly the point in which the team at Revibe Men’s Health can begin to add clarity to those aspirations and help identify a clear path forward. So, take a leap of faith and be your own advocate. With thousands of men treated and years of experience, Revibe’s professionals have a proven, successful track record and a number of options available.
1. T Hugh Jones1,2 and Daniel M Kelly2,3 Randomized controlled trials – mechanistic studies of testosterone and the cardiovascular system. Asian J Androl. 2018 Mar-Apr; 20(2): 120–130. Published online 2018 Feb 9. doi: 10.4103/aja.aja_6_18