DECREASE HEALTH RISKS AND INCREASE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE

Together, we’ll avoid Low T health risks, and help you live better for years to come.

The Health Risks of Low T Can Change Your Life

We know what it feels like to have Low T: you feel tired, you don’t have the energy to do things, and you don’t feel like yourself. As bad as those are, Low T can also come with serious health risks that can reduce your quality of life in the future.

You can fight that though. By getting diagnosed with Low T, and starting a unique and sustainable testosterone treatment, you can minimize the change of long-term Low T health risks.

Health Risks of Low Testosterone

Testosterone Injections are part of your overall healthier lifestyle at Balanced Bodies. Our other services include:

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Anemia

Men over the age of 65 with low testosterone are at a higher risk for anemia. A 2009 study shows that older men with low testosterone are almost five times more likely to be anemic than men with normal levels.

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Cardiovascular Health

Risk for cardiovascular illnesses is greatly increased in men with low testosterone. This can lead to high blood pressure and arterial stiffness as well as many other cardiovascular related illnesses.

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Diabetes

Men with low testosterone are more apt to develop diabetes later on down the road. Additionally, men with diabetes are more likely to have low testosterone.