Why Are Men Losing Their Masculinity in the 21st Century
By Jay Campbell
March 11th, 2018
We live in some interesting times for men. Our bodies are fragile and aging prematurely from the constant assault of urban environments, poor nutrition, and sedentary lifestyles, and this is causing many men to question their own masculinity. Male health is faltering and too many men are living lives of quiet desperation, wishing for their weak bodies to become fit, wondering where their zest for life went, and abandoning any thought of ever getting it back. Is it any wonder our role in Western society is being questioned as well? These are not disconnected phenomena. This century shows you why so many men around the world have become emasculated, along with the importance of taking accountability for your health by working with a progressive physician.
The research has never been clearer, not only about how male bodies are being destroyed by our modern environments and lifestyles, but ALSO how proven medical therapies can reverse the trend and return men to lives of vitality and contribution. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 15 million men suffer from testosterone deficiency, a condition in which significant decreases in testosterone levels take place. Shockingly, very few of these men will seek treatment. But the truth is simple. Without testosterone, you are not a man. It is the hormone responsible for normal growth and development of male sex characteristics. If you doubt the power contained within this hormone, take a look at transgender women who inject this drug to transition into men and become champion athletes.
The modern-day reality is this: Testosterone levels in men are dramatically decreasing, and have been for more than 20 years across the USA. Lower concentrations of testosterone increase a man’s risk for age-related diseases, depression, and infertility. It’s also of significant concern and worry that there is no standard ‘patient of care’ model for optimizing hormone levels for men or women. The medical schools in the USA are sadly lacking when it comes to teaching Testosterone Optimization Therapy (TOT) as a practice. Many of the Urology and Endocrinology physicians are only familiar with the “theories” and “textbook science” of managing male endocrine systems. Unfortunately, they don’t have real first-hand knowledge gained from experiential learning (and managing thousands of patients). This privilege is only attained and shared by a select few. As with most things in medicine, the practice-based experience is essential to provide the most up to date and advanced understanding of TOT. To learn how to fully optimize your health and life, read the Amazon best selling TOT Bible.