Pellet Therapy for Men
Most men consider Low-T therapy or Pellet Therapy to be a woman-only concern. Nothing could be further from the truth. Chemical levels in men peak about the age of twenty. When you enter the third decade of life you may begin to notice the inevitable changes in your body that occur during the aging process.
Low-T can cause a host of symptoms such as:
- Reduced Muscle Mass
- Weight management Issues
- Sleep Deprivation
- Loss of Focus
- Loss of Motivation
- Increased Body Fat
- Decreased Bone Density Among Others
You may feel less active, less attractive, and less interested in intimacy with your partner. Left unaddressed, these symptoms can increase throughout your forties and fifties, stealing your self-confidence and sense of achievement in your personal and professional life.
However, thanks to medical advances and breakthroughs, we now have a better understanding of why our bodies do what they do as we naturally age. While it’s comforting to know that you do have options to combat the unwanted and often debilitating effects of the aging process, you may have concerns that standard Low-T therapy will make you feel worse rather than better. If so, then you may want to consider Low-T Therapy using Pellet Therapy.
What Is Pellet Therapy?
Considered the standard of care by board certified physicians across the U.S. and five continents, these pellets are about the size of a grain of rice. Created from yams or soybeans, each pellet contains pure, pharmaceutical-grade chemicals, calibrated to each individual. These chemicals are bio-identical, which means that they function in your body exactly the same way as the chemicals that your body produces. When doing pellet therapy for men, it may require a local anesthetic to insert the pellets under the skin in the hips of buttock so that the body can absorb them over time. It’s a virtually painless process—most compare it to receiving a shot or quick injection—that allows you to go up to four to six months between treatments.
Pros vs Cons of Pellet Therapy
Now that you understand what pellet therapy is and why it is becoming more popular, it’s time to decide whether it is right for you. Use these quick pro and con reference lists in addition to the advice of your doctor when making this decision
- Pellets are made from all-natural plant ingredients (yams).
- Pellets have not been linked to cancer or any other health concern.
- Once implanted, you don’t have to worry about messy creams.
- Chemicals are automatically released into the body, so there are no missed doses.
- The procedure is virtually pain free.
- It is not easy to discontinue use once the pellets are placed under the skin.
- Local anesthesia may be used during implantation.
What to Expect with Pellet Therapy?
Once the pellets start releasing the chemicals into your bloodstream, you should start feeling more energetic and focused. You may find it easier to lose weight and build muscle, and controlling your emotions should get easier. You may also notice that your interest in relationships have increased, especially intimacy with your partner.
Call for your free consultation to learn more about pellet therapy and if it’s right for you.
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