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TUESDAY, Sept. 20, 2016 (HealthDay News)—Light therapy, commonly used to treat seasonal depression, may restore a measure of libido to men who struggle with a low sex drive, a small study suggests. Italian researchers said they found that men exposed to just two weeks of daily doses of bright light saw their testosterone levels increase more than 50 percent, and their sexual satisfaction. Sep 19, 2016 02:37 PM By Ed Cara @EdCara4.

The radiant glow of a bright light may actually help some men combat their flagging sexual desire, suggests preliminary research presented this week at the annual congress of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology held in Vienna. Researchers from the University of Siena in Italy recruited 38 men suffering from clinically low libido to. Light therapy, commonly used to treat seasonal depression, may restore a measure of libido to men who struggle with a low sex drive, a small study suggests.. Cue from nature. Italian researchers said they found that men exposed to just two weeks of daily doses of bright light saw their testosterone levels increase more than 50 percent, and their sexual satisfaction levels more than triple.

Light therapy, commonly used to treat seasonal depression, may restore a measure of libido to men who struggle with a low sex drive, a small study suggests. Cue from nature. The results of a small study bring some positive news for men with low sexual desire; they suggest light therapy – exposure to bright artificial light, often used to treat seasonal affective. Light therapy was shown to improve men’s sexual satisfaction and boost testosterone levels in a small study. (Paul Edmondson / Mint Images).

Light therapy, commonly used to treat seasonal depression, may restore a measure of libido to men who struggle with a low sex drive, a small study suggests. Bright light boosts testosterone in men with low libido, study says A man sits in front of a light therapy box, a full spectrum light box which mimics the sun. A new study suggests light therapy. low-power laser therapy (LPLT) When RLT is used with photosensitizing medications, it’s referred to as photodynamic therapy.

In this type of therapy, the light only serves as an activating agent. Light therapy similar to that used to treat seasonal affective disorder may increase sexual desire in men with a low libido via an increase in testosterone levels, an Italian study suggests.

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Current best evidence is insufficient to support the safety and effectiveness of testosterone in the treatment of neuropsychiatric symptoms, although there is some evidence that testosterone replacement therapy is associated with increased energy, higher libido, and enhanced QOL (Parker et al. 2016).

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by Paul Summergrad, M.D., David A. Silbersweig, M.D., et. al.
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Trials have shown that paroxetine is also an effective agent for diminishing hot H flashes in postmenopausal women and men receiving androgen ablation therapy.

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Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) has been shown to improve libido in older men with low testosterone levels; however, the role of testosterone in the physiology of erections is unclear.

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These recommendations help men to become healthierand hopefully happier, although their effect on erectile function may not be instantly apparent.

“Male Sexual Function: A Guide to Clinical Management” by John J. Mulcahy
from Male Sexual Function: A Guide to Clinical Management
by John J. Mulcahy
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A similar association between low free testosterone levels and sexual dysfunction has recently been reported in women with epilepsy (Herzog et al. 2003).

“Lishman's Organic Psychiatry: A Textbook of Neuropsychiatry” by Daniel David, Simon Fleminger, Michael Kopelman, Simon Lovestone, John Mellers, Marshal Folstein
from Lishman’s Organic Psychiatry: A Textbook of Neuropsychiatry
by Daniel David, Simon Fleminger, et. al.
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More alarmingly though, the same study reported that only 5% of these men are getting treatment for their symptoms, which include decreased libido and erectile dysfunction, loss of muscle mass and strength, weight gain, and declining cognitive function.

“Handbook of Models for Human Aging” by P. Michael Conn
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by P. Michael Conn
Elsevier Science, 2011

Similarly, in a double-blind placebo-controlled cross-over trial Arlt et al. (2001) found no effect of DHEA (50 mg/day) on mood, wellbeing and sexuality in 20 men aged 50–69 years after four months of therapy.

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by E. Nieschlag, H. M. Behre, S. Nieschlag
Cambridge University Press, 2004

Hormone therapy with the LHRH analogues or orchiectomy also causes erectile dysfunction, as well as loss of interest in sex (libido) in most men.

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Hot flashes, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, osteoporosis, weight gain, decreased muscle mass, anemia, and decline in cognitive function have been associated with orchiectomy (55).

“The Chemotherapy Source Book” by Michael Clinton Perry
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Patients who have low testosterone levels may respond to replacement therapy, which normally improves libido without a significant impact on potency or fertility.

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  • Hey folks,
    Been shooting 250IU HCG 3x
    125mg test cyp a week (unfort shortage means on 5mg patches a day now.. sigh)
    Test gel 12.5mg at night to help erections
    .125mg AI when feeling what I know is higher than usual E2

    Probs with the patches is osmosis isnt as consistent as IM injections n hence my testicle size that came back a bit over the last 6 weeks (while on injections) of using HCG.. has been mostly lost.

    This is coz the patches flood ya system sometimes n coz.daily, may do so at the lower end of day 2 of HCG efficacy..

    So will try 125iu HCG daily for a week then more HCG on my 3x week protocol n report back.

    I been at this 4 years, been thru 100 dif protocols so feel free to contact me at [email protected] gmail.com if u want any help my fellow sufferers:)

  • To be fair I started taking test last week I’m on holiday for two weeks so did 500mg before so left, so 250mg a week for two weeks. I was gonna do a proper cycle of 300-500mg test a week but now I think when I come back I will only do trt 125-200mg a week get a blood test and see where that dose takes me and add Sarms on top. Sarms give me great results I’m sorry if it doesn’t work for some of you

  • Hello there, have you considered Erectodom Secrets yet? Just do a google search. On there you’ll find a great suggestions about how you can achieve total control over your erectile dysfunction. Why not give it a chance? perhaps it will work for you too.

  • I’m curious. Obviously the light you use in the video would probably work best. But would an LED Therapy lamp have a similar effect?

  • I’m glad to hear MY Doc….Dr Larry, was helpful. He has been great for me….and I’m in the Best shape (at 57yo) of my life under his care

  • Dr Rand give to all his patients between 1 to 3 mg of Anastrazole a week, to have their E2 between 15 to 20. Now, many Doctors say that you should never blocked E2, that low E2 is bad for libido and erections. Who is right?

  • no wonder he has libido issues at 177lbs & only 5ft2…dude start looking after your body/bodyfat,stop eating food thats robbing you of healthy testostorone…sounds like you need to rely more on yourself than meds…weights/cardio/good food,less stress on your body,lower estrogen by not drinking alcohol..also remember depression kills testostorone start finding ways to feel good other than sex…way before you start asking a doc anything……people just want a quick fix…sorry but the dude sounds like he has no faith in himself to do something for himself.

  • I´m 40 years and my penis´s glans has lost all sensitivity, it doesn’t produce nor transmit any sexual stimulation or arrousment when touched, so it does´t generate an erection (it´s like touching my ears).

    Before that, any slight touch to my glans made me feel an inmediate sexual estimulation and therefore I could reach and maintain an erection with no problem. My total testosterone levels are around 500 ng/dl and my free testosterone levels are also in healthy range altough I have testicular atrophy (1 testicle has a very small size), and I recently had a vericocele surgery.

    Because of that and my lack of libido also, PDCE 5 inhibitors are not working, and when they do, it´s difficult to mantain an erection. Lack of libido it´s making my penis not to generate the natural lubricant also.

    Before that, any slight touch to my glans made me feel an inmediate sexual estimulation and therefore I could reach en erection with no problem. My total testosterone levels are around 500 ng/dl and my free testosterone levels are also in healthy range altough I have testicular atrophy (1 testicle has a very small size), and I recently had a vericocele surgery.

    What you think maybe the cause of this lack of sensitivity in my glans and libido??? Do you believe HCG would help me restore sensitivity and libido to normal range?

    Thanks,

  • I have very low estradiol levels and have never taken an estrogen blocker. E2 is 8.86ng/dl ref range 25-70 and he wants me to try clomid instead of testosterone. Would clomid raise my estrogen levels?

  • Sometimes I have a tendency to hold my bladder to long at work and I was wondering if that could have something to do with me having the flow problems as well?

  • Good morning Dr. McClain. I am 37. I have been taking TRT for 2 years now. 2 weeks ago they added for me to take 1.5 ml/week of HCG. I have libido. Do you think I need to ask my TRT clinic for an increase in HCG. My total TT was 1018 the last time it was checked, and my free TT/ cFT has increased to 18 from 15 since taking the HCG in the injectable. One thing I am worried about is that I have been having some flow delays during urination. Could this be something serious. I have not had the money to see a urologist and I have a very high insurance deductible. Please help sir. Any suggestions would be extremely appreciated more than you know sir.