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The Real Causes of Low Testosterone

Low testosterone (low T) affects 4 to 5 million men in the US. Testosterone is an important hormone in all human bodies, male and female, but is higher and more commonly associated with men. Testosterone naturally starts to decrease each year after age 30, which in some men this can be substantial. It’s not just older men ...

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Top 10 Body Weight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

There are some tried, tested and true basic body weight exercises that have been used for decades that can not be dismissed. Whether you are at the gym, in a hotel room on the go, outside at the park or the comfort of your own home these 10 exercises will produce results to improve/maintain your physique ...

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Finally Reach Your Ideal Weight

Weight loss is difficult as we all know. But how many of us have tried more than just reading a New York best seller for weight loss, followed a fad diet, did what a friend was doing or just tried to work out more? Have you ever committed yourself to a lifestyle change program that ...

Best Outdoor Cardio Activities This Spring

Now that Spring has sprung, its a perfect time to change up your fitness routine from indoors to outdoors, from the treadmill to the river path. Getting outside into nature can offer different types of benefits to your wellbeing, rather than being cooped up in the gym. Exposing yourself to nature can naturally elevate your mood ...

Welcome To Our New 7th St W Fort Worth Men’s Health Clinic

At the beginning of 2018, T Off Men’s Health moved its Fort Worth location to 3500 West 7th Street Fort Worth, to better serve its clients and community. Its now been a few months since the move and the new office is busier than ever. Though we do have two other great locations in Uptown Dallas (2520 Fairmount ...

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Symptoms Of Low Testosterone, They Are Not What You Think

Testosterone is the main male hormone that is responsible for all the characteristics associated with the male gender. It is associated with strength, energy, muscle mass, hair growth, male reproduction and the processes of puberty. About 5 million men in the United States have been diagnosed with low testosterone. A study in the International Journal ...

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