ENHANCE LIBIDO & INTIMACY

It happens to a lot of guys, but few of them want to talk about it -- especially when “it” is a low libido. After all, virility plays a big role in our concept of manhood. There’s this idea you’re supposed to live up to: "Real men are always in the mood." 

But that’s not true. Lots of men have low sex drive, for a lot of reasons. And there are different ways to treat it.

THE SCIENCE

About 4 out of 10 men over age 35 have low testosterone. While testosterone replacement therapy used to be somewhat controversial, it is no longer viewed in a negative manner and it’s also a common solution to the low libido problem. 

 

As you age, your testosterone levels decline naturally. But there can be many reasons for this. Traditional physicians and testosterone only Clinics take a very limited approach to treatment. Physical Male’s advanced programs are designed to help you maintain optimal health and vitality. Our physicians take a personalized and comprehensive approach to men’s health, wellness and libido.

SIGNS OF LOW TESTOSTERONE

  • Fatigue 

  • Weight gain, especially around your mid-section 

  • Loss of mental clarity 

  • Difficulty concentrating 

  • Depression, irritability, anxiety 

  • Loss of muscle mass

In addition to testosterone therapy, Physical Male can also prescribe erectile dysfunction medication.

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