Home' Active Retirees : Active Retirees DecJan 2016 Contents A Return To Manhood - TESTOSTERONE
PRACTICALLY EVERY MAN who reaches
middle age maintains fond memories of a
stronger, more active time in his life where
he felt like a "real" man. It could be a stint
as a virile athlete or years spent vaulting
relentlessly up the corporate ladder. How-
ever men choose to dene themselves,
there comes that seemingly unavoidable
day when everything in their bodies doesn't
quite work as well as it used to the day
before, and only seems to get worse from
there. Most people blame old age, but ex-
tensive medical research on male ageing
has revealed that the real problem is the dip
in a man's production of testosterone, per-
haps the most vital hormone for sustaining
a man's performance, past the age of 30.
What makes testosterone, a hormone
still negatively connected with the idea of
sweaty jocks punching it out at the bar or
in the locker room, such a big deal? As a
hormone, it is in charge of regulating and
maintaining quite a number of bodily func-
tions in men, such as muscle strength and
mass, red blood cell and sperm produc-
tion, bone density, fat distribution, and sex
drive. Thus, a man whose testosterone is in
decline tends to be a lot unhealthier, and
suﬀers greatly from all sorts of problems.
Men with low testosterone counts generally
contend with heart disease, low energy lev-
els, depression and other emotional down-
swings, constant irritability, trouble with
focus, and depleted libido.
The pressing issue with low testosterone
is the fact that very few men even know
that the condition exists, and fewer still will
seek appropriate treatment. In the United
States, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that
only between 5 to 10 percent of men will
actually look for a cure for their ailment,
and in Australia, the statistics don't look to
be much more encouraging.
This is a shame, because medical advanc-
es for dealing with low testosterone have
improved tremendously in the last ve
to ten years, with high success rates, and
without surgery, invasive and painful pro-
cedures, or confusing mixtures of dubious
drugs. Being both safe and easy to apply,
and capable of raising a man's testoster-
one to normal levels, these treatments have
the potential to greatly improve the lives of
thousands of prematurely grumpy old men.
The newest version of low testosterone
treatment can be applied into one's under-
arms like deodorant.
Spearheading the initiative to turn the
lives of older men around is the Institute of
Men's Health (IMH), an organisation found-
ed by Michael Farrelly to respond to what
he felt was a void in health care for male ex-
clusive concerns. "Since it's relatively new,
there aren't a lot of services or doctors out
there who know how to diagnose and treat
low testosterone, and some of those that do
are just out to swindle suﬀering men out
of their money," Farrelly said. "IMH is pa-
tient-centered, and though we like to expect
a reasonable return for our services, our
main focus is making sure that our patients
feel like the men that they used to be."
To this end, IMH has been hard at work
introducing the most cutting-edge innova-
tions in low testosterone treatment, draw-
ing deep from the global medical commu-
nity wellspring, and reinforcing it with
personalised care from highly skilled cli-
nicians and doctors. "It's nice to think that
we're helping to change the face of ageing
here," Farrelly stated. "One day, perhaps,
low testosterone will be as easy to deal with
as an upset stomach, and we want to be at
the forefront when that happens."
Until that time comes, organisations like
IMH are paving the way towards a return
to manhood for many once-young men who
have all but given up on their glory days.
For them, it is a comforting thought that the
best days of their lives may still lie ahead.
Call IMH now at 1800 464 669, or visit
the IMH website at www.aimh.com.au to
learn how to overcome low testosterone,
and get high on life again. The rst 50 call-
ers will get two months of free treatment,
so what are you waiting for?
or call us right now at 1800 464 669
'DECEMBER SPECIAL OFFER'
First 50 callers get
TREATMENT for FREE!!!
IMH is extending an exclusive invitation for you to finally OVERCOME your sexual
frustration, and we are proud to stand firmly behind our money back guarantee*.
HELP IS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY, call us right now on 1800 464 669.
As part of our 'December Special Offer', if you are one of the first 50 callers you will
receive two months free treatment.
Your problem won't fix itself so we strongly urge you to take the first step to
recovery by contacting us today! Remember, if we don't find you a treatment that
works, we will gladly refund your money upon your request*. So what are you wait-
ing for? You have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain!
FOR A FREE ONLINE ASSESSMENT
*Money back guarantee for ED and PE programs, as per the terms and conditions on the website. After almost a decade of industry experience, IMH has acquired a
network of healthcare professionals whom dedicate their medical careers in the field of anti-ageing and men's health. IMH can connect you with the best. After all
gentlemen, when it comes to your health and sex life, you deserve nothing less.
*1 Please note that the minimum term of the program is 6 months. For further details please visit www.aimh.com.au
The pressing issue with low
testosterone is the fact that
very few men even know
that the condition exists
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