The Benefits of Hormone Therapy for men

If you are experiencing the issues associated with low T, the first step to take is to visit your doctor to be sure that low T is your problem. Other medical conditions such as depression or heart disease can create similar symptoms. Your doctor can order a blood test to definitively determine if you are suffering from low T.

After you are sure that low T is the problem, you can begin considering your options for hormone therapy.


As men age, their testosterone levels begin to decrease, usually at a rate of about 1% per year after the age of 30. Since testosterone affects key issues in men’s health, such as bone density, muscle strength and muscle mass, sex drive, and fat distribution, low T can lead to problems that might include the following:

Reduced sexual functions

Men with Low T may experience a lower sexual desire and fewer spontaneous erections.

Emotional shifts

Low T may cause depression or lack of motivation in older men.

Physical changes 

Decreased energy may occur, in addition to lower muscle strength and diminished bone density.

Sleep issues

Men struggling with Low T may encounter problems with insomnia.


Some of the benefits that men undergoing hormone therapy will enjoy:*

  • A renewed sex drive

  • A more positive outlook on life

  • Restored energy throughout the day

  • Increased concentration

*I have been a patient of Carolina Health and Hormone for 2 years. Within that time, my focus, energy level, stamina, sexual health (just to name a few), has improved by 100%! The investment I made in my health was worth it!*
— Keith Wilson

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