Biote Formalizes Commitment to Men’s Hormone Health With Launch of New Men’s Health Division
Leader in Hormone Education and Training Aims to Increase Awareness and Access to Testosterone Deficiency Therapy through Expanded Network of Urologists and Internal Medicine Practitioners
“Men tend to think about health as the absence of disease and are reluctant to ask their healthcare provider about symptoms of low testosterone such as poor sleep, low sex drive, anxiety and depression, and low energy,” explains
Low testosterone, also called hypogonadism, can be detected with a blood test and is diagnosed when a person has low testosterone levels while also experiencing symptoms. In general, men experience a 44% reduction of testosterone between ages 30 and 74 at the rate of roughly 1 percent each year, unlike women who experience a sudden drop in hormone levels at menopause. However, despite access to care, only 12% of clinically symptomatic men are successfully treated for low testosterone.
“When you ask a man about his cholesterol or blood pressure level he will usually know if he is in a healthy range, but if you ask about his hormone levels, he will likely have no idea,” says
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