Men's Health

Our approach addresses men's health challenges, emphasizing the wide-ranging effects of low testosterone, which goes beyond sexual health and muscle tone to include risks like higher cholesterol, increased inflammation, and greater chances of dementia and cardiovascular disease. Our comprehensive therapies aim for overall well-being, ensuring a focused journey to optimal health..

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    Do I Have it?

    Symptoms include reduced libido, fatigue, diminished muscle mass, increased body fat, fragile bones, depression, and difficulty concentrating.

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    Diagnosis involves tests to measure the testosterone levels and can help identify potential underlying causes.

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    Treatment may involve testosterone replacement therapy, lifestyle changes, and addressing underlying causes like hormonal imbalances or pituitary issues.

Men's Health

Addressing testicular hypofunction properly is vital to restore hormonal balance, maintain physical vitality, enhance mental well-being, and prevent long-term complications such as osteoporosis. Early diagnosis and treatment ensure optimal health outcomes.

Testosterone Restoration Therapy

Our modern exposure to toxins, EMFs, and phytoestrogens is upping its incidence. iHeal offers strategies to prevent conditions like dementia, diabetes, and muscle wasting.

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Benefits of Testosterone restoration Therapy:

  • Enhanced Metabolism

    Testosterone therapy can revitalize your metabolism, aiding in weight loss and maintaining lean body mass. This metabolic boost may also reduce the risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome, contributing to overall health.


    Balancing testosterone levels can rejuvenate your libido and improve sexual function. This restoration is key not just for personal well-being but also for maintaining intimate relationships.

  • Increased Muscle Strenght

    Testosterone is integral to developing muscle strength and mass. Therapy can help combat muscle wasting, a common issue with aging, and conditions like arthritis, by enhancing muscular health.

  • Improved Sleep Quality

    Healthy hormone levels are crucial for restful sleep. Testosterone therapy can stabilize your sleep patterns, leading to deeper, more restorative sleep and better health outcomes.

  • Neuroplasticity

    Testosterone is believed to promote neuroplasticity, which is the brain’s ability to form and reorganize synaptic connections, especially in response to learning or following injury. This can help maintain cognitive function and reduce the chances for developing dementia.

    1. Anti-inflammatory Effects: Chronic inflammation is a known risk factor for the development of dementia. Testosterone can exert anti-inflammatory effects in the brain, potentially reducing this risk.

    2. Mood Regulation: Testosterone can influence mood and well-being, and depression is a risk factor for dementia. By improving mood, testosterone may indirectly offer a protective effect against cognitive decline.

    3. Vascular Health: Testosterone helps in maintaining vascular health and may reduce the risk of small vessel disease in the brain, which is a contributing factor to vascular dementia.

    4. Amyloid Plaque Reduction: Some studies suggest that testosterone could play a role in reducing the formation of amyloid plaques, which are characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease, although this is still under investigation.

  • Decreased Inflammation

    Inflammation is notably decreased in patients with adequate testosterone levels. It is well-known that inflammation can significantly effect an individuals quality of life as it pertains to risks for heart attacks, strokes and general physical function.

    1. Anti-inflammatory Effects: Testosterone can reduce levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, such as interleukin-6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), which are signaling proteins involved in the inflammatory response. By lowering these cytokines, testosterone may reduce systemic inflammation.

    2. Impact on Adipose Tissue: Testosterone plays a role in regulating fat distribution and preventing the accumulation of visceral fat, which is known to produce inflammatory cytokines. Lower levels of visceral fat lead to reduced inflammation.

    3. Endothelial Function: Testosterone is believed to improve endothelial function, which is the ability of blood vessels to dilate in response to increased blood flow. Improved endothelial function reduces the risk of vascular inflammation and atherosclerosis, contributing to better cardiovascular health.