Sunday, March 15, 2015

Trypophobia in men

Trypophobia in men may be a symptom of a lack of testosterone. If testosterone levels fall below the average value, not only the sexual life is endangered, but also the mood. Trypophobia in men may be a symptom of a lack of testosterone. Testosterone is a male sexual hormone, which affects libido and erection. If testosterone levels fall below the average value, not only the sexual life is endangered, but also the mood. Therefore depressive men should check testosterone level in the blood.

Studies have shown that men in depressing moods have testosterone level in the blood reduced. If it is determined that it is the reason for depression, treatment can be directed directly to the cause of the problem. Instead of anti-depressive therapy, testosterone therapy can help.

Contemporary application of testosterone in the form of gel, simplifies the treatment of patients and is easier to tolerate. Gel is applied once a day to the upper arm, shoulder and stomach, and so through the skin goes into the body where it is creating a balanced, yet sufficiently high level of testosterone. When there is hormonal balance, mood is improved. Patients become dynamic again, in the mood for socializing and they feel better.

According to surveys, in severe forms of depression, therapy that lasted for 8 weeks resulted in improvement of state of the patient. Scientists recommend that middle-aged men, in the case of signs of depression, first measure the level of testosterone in the blood.

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