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Listen up men, as we age the amount of testosterone (or T) in our bodies naturally declines. For many of us, this gradual decline usually starts after age 30 and continues throughout our life. As our natural T levels go down it can affect us in many ways. We might begin to feel depressed and have a decreased sense of personal well-being. We might notice an increase in our body fat with less motivation to work out because the results just aren’t what they used to be. Many of us find it difficult to concentrate and even begin to lose sex drive, experience erectile dysfunction and worse, negative changes in cholesterol levels, bone mass, and hair loss.
Essentially guys, Low T levels increase the effects of aging in our body. So, does that mean we just lay down and take it? It doesn’t have to! At Epoch Health we can correct your T levels so that you can virtually turn back your body’s clock and once again feel the efficiency, the vigor and the vitality of your youth. The only way to know if your suffering from a simple lack in testosterone is to start your research, get your levels checked and let our Epoch Team help you determine if testosterone therapy is the right choice for you.
We want you to learn more about Epoch Health and our testosterone therapy. This site is designed as a resource for you to get the facts on low T, check your symptoms and to contact us so you can make plans for a consultation.
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Arkansas' First "Low T" Clinic Open in West Little Rock
We know that you may have seen or heard ads that Epoch Health has changed its name to Apex. That is not true. Epoch is no longer partnering with Servant Healthcare, the entity now known as Apex Mens Health. Epoch now is partnering with a prestigious and renowned medical group to provide incredible new services and the industries highest standard for mens health and testosterone therapy.
Epoch is on the verge of making the announcement of our exciting new partnership that will impact the entire industry of men's health for Arkansas and beyond. Stay tuned for new updates, you won't want to miss it!
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