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Some men can develop low testosterone as part of aging. For other men, it can be a downstream effect of other health conditions.
There is a simple ultrasound test that can be performed, which research has demonstrated to predict 98.6% of future adverse cardiovascular events.
HRT has been used for decades to improve women’s quality of life and to relieve symptoms of menopause and peri-menopause.
Men with low, or low normal, testosterone are at an increased risk of mortality than those with higher levels.
Diet and lifestyle modification is the foundation of most medical guideline’s first-line intervention and should be a foundation of disease prevention and modification.
The report shows Atherosclerosis, Inflammation, Arterial Age, and Early Event Risk.
Elevated Lp(a) is causally implicated in cardiovascular disease, and testing may help to tailor the appropriate intensity of preventive measures.
Cholesterol can’t be good or bad. Cholesterol is just cholesterol; it just gets carried around in different carrier vehicles which act differently in the body.
But, how can a majority of heart attacks occur in a blood vessel that’s less than 50% blocked? That’s where inflammation comes in to the game.
Long-term testosterone replacement therapy improved blood sugar control and insulin resistance; it even caused remission in type 2 diabetes.
The following risk factors are associated with varying degrees of risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD).
A common and unfortunate statement that I have heard is that, “I was never told what was going to happen to my body.”