This book explains in clear and practical language the symptoms and treatments of testosterone deficiency to help determine if you are a good candidate for this therapy.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can dramatically boost sex drive and function, stresgth, energy levels, mood, mental focus, and lean body mass while decreasing fat in men with testosterone deficiency syndrome (hypogonadism). However, it is not a therapy to start without proper knowledge about potential side effects and their management. There are several options for testosterone replacement available by prescription but many men do not know how to decide which is best for them. This book reviews all options from the author's point of view as an educated patient who has used all available options and has researched the current scientific data. All myths and misconceptions surrounding testosterone are fully explained and resolved.
He is the author of "Testosterone: A Man's Guide" and co-author of the book "Built to Survive", the founder of the nonprofit organizations Body Positive Wellness Clinic and Program for Wellness Restoration, the Nutrition and Exercise forum expert at TheBody.com, and a bilingual speaker on body composition, exercise, nutrition, supplementation, testosterone replacement, metabolic disorders, and medication side effect management.
His latest project, ExcelMale.com, provides a trusted exchange platform for men's health in a moderated and curated environment.
If you have low testosterone blood levels
How to avoid the main mistakes that men make when using TRT
How to talk to your doctor about getting TRT, or how to find a doctor who prescribes testosterone
The truth about non-prescription testosterone boosters
What your best TRT option is more suitable for you, if you need one.
What foods and medicines can lower your testosterone
How to identify and treat potential side effects before they become a problem
What compounding pharmacies are and how they can customized TRT options for you
This is a user’s guide, written by an activist who has used many of the available approaches for over 30 years and he shares his experiences of different approaches. But the author professionally trained as a chemical engineer, and this informs his discussion on the chemistry behind a daunting range of formulations.
I found this book to be very through, concise and educational. I had no reservations about giving it a firm - it is extremely informative on the subject and can be read by the general audience.
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Unlike other testosterone book authors, Nelson's search for health pushed him to try most of the options that he describes in his book that can save a lot of time and trouble for any man that is serious about his health!
MD- Guadalajara, Mexico