M E N ' S H E A L T H
Maintaining a healthy hormonal balance can contribute to increased muscle mass, weight loss, and improved cognition. It can also assist with mood elevation, energy levels and sexual health.
At Vitality Health, we use a complete approach that includes nutrition, medications and lifestyle adjustments to help you achieve optimal health.
After the age of 35, Testosterone levels began dropping an average of 2% a year. This can result in a slow decline of mental cognition, loss of muscle retention, depressed mood, decreased energy levels and sexual dissatisfaction.
At Vitality Health, we want men to optimize their health by maintaining healthy levels that increase their overall quality of life. As a patient, you will be asked to take a questionnaire, have labs drawn and meet with a clinician to see what your best options are.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy comes in many forms including topical applications, injectables, implanted pellets and other medications that affect hormone levels.
Symptoms of Low Testosterone
Decrease sexual function and desire and even erectile dysfunction
Decline of mental cognition
Loss of muscle retention
Depressed mood and energy levels
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can affect men of all ages. There are many treatment options that are available from oral medications, hormone treatment, injectable use meds and topical gels. At Vitality Health, you will receive a comprehensive evaluation to look for organic causes of ED before sitting down with a clinician to determine what is right for you.
Some of our commonly used medications include Cialis and Viagra. We also use Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Anastrazole as needed to maintain a healthy hormone level.
Symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction, also sometimes referred to as ED or impotence, is the inability to have or keep an erection adequate for sexual activity. Occasional ED is not uncommon during times of stress or emotional difficulties, but when it happens frequently, it can require treatment.
A few common causes of ED are:
Stress, anxiety, or emotional issues
Heart conditions (e.g. high blood pressure, high cholesterol, clogged vessels, heart disease)
Neurological or hormonal causes (e.g. Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, troubles with pituitary gland)
Injury (generally from surgery or trauma to the pelvic or spinal regions)
Medications or substances (e.g. antidepressants, antihistamines, hypertension medicines, alcohol, etc)
We will do a full assessment to see if you require treatment and what course would be best for you.