Let’s Lay Some Groundwork First
If you’ve made it this far, that must mean that you’re either thinking about elevating your fitness training, or you’re embarking on a new fitness regime and want to get the best possible results. In either of those scenarios, let’s begin by saying welcome & congratulations! It’s always a good idea to be focused on your personal fitness and performance goals but, you want to do it right.
If you’re one of the millions of Indians that have been swept up in the health & fitness craze that’s currently sweeping the country, you’re in good company. The Indian Healthcare system and associated services are currently worth around $156Billion and a huge chunk of that is being spent by private citizens on a quest to improve their general levels of healthcare, fitness and wellness. So, let’s begin.
What is TRT Therapy Exactly?
TRT stands for “testosterone replacement therapy” and as the name suggests, its primary purpose is to act as a supplement for men who are experiencing low levels of testosterone. It is administered through “intramuscular injection”, that is to say into a muscle directly. There it is absorbed into the bloodstream and distributed throughout the system, where the appropriate nervous systems etc absorb and process it.
While intramuscular administration is the most common form of dosing, you can also use patches, gels and subcutaneous pellets.
Can I use TRT Therapy?
Fans of TRT will give you a resounding “yes” to that question but there are a few things you should know before starting this course of action that can place you in the best possible position to make an informed decision.
The only way to know if you have low levels of TRT is to visit a healthcare practitioner for a test.
Whether or not you want to take TRT is a decision that you will ultimately have to make. There is currently no real way of predicting otherwise healthy individuals results when taking TRT.
What are the benefits of taking TRT?
Users have reported many awesome results when embarking on a course of TRT. These include:
- Improved sexual desire
- A stronger stream of semen production and increased volume in semen
- Increased muscle mass and strength
- Better weight loss and weight control
- Increased confidence and a more positive overall mood
- Increased energy levels throughout the day
- Better quality of sleep
- Stronger and harder erections
- Improved brain function
Who can take TRT?
TRT is usually prescribed to men with a low testosterone “T” count, however, we urge you to book an appointment with one of our consultants to see what is the best route for you.
Are there side effects to TRT?
As with any medical treatment, some users report some side effects with the TRT program. These might include:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing
- A lower sperm count
- DVT (deep vein thrombosis)
- Swelling in the legs
- Heart attacks
However individual use varies greatly and is also impacted by overall health and any underlying conditions. So it’s always a good idea to book a consultation with one of our advisors to get the best possible advice, for you. By and large, with managed and responsible use you could enjoy all of the best benefits of TRT.