Andropause treatment provider and renowned male hormone replacement experts Renewman.com is criticizing the potential negative impact of publicity concerning professional athletes within MLB testing positive for banned substances including testosterone and HGH (human growth hormone) may have on men suffering from andropause. re NEW MAN is concerned that the negative image being portrayed by professional athletes -- could deter men ages 35 and older from seeking male hormone therapy as a means of treating andropause (male menopause) symptoms.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 9, 2009 -- Renewman.com, a leading provider of andropause treatment and male hormone replacement therapy is expressing criticism of ongoing negative publicity among Major League Baseball and professional baseball players testing positive or under suspicion of using substances such as testosterone supplements and human growth hormone (HGH). re NEW MAN provides men ages 35 and older who are experiencing andropause symptoms, also known as male menopause, a safe, controlled, and customized andropause hormonal treatment program.
In recent months re NEW MAN has reported a series of customer and prospect concerns stemming from the association of MLB baseball players being linked to testosterone and HGH, two critical components incorporated for treating andropause symptoms. re NEW MAN reminds consumers when used under the guidance of a trained physician, testosterone replacement through testosterone supplements and human growth hormone can have a positive effect on men experiencing the symptoms of andropause.
Top 5 Symptoms of Andropause (Male Menopause):
2. Sweating and hot flashes
3. Decreased male sex drive and erectile dysfunction
5. Poor concentration and memory
"The continued exposure of MLB players to banned testosterone and HGH usage is disappointing to the male hormone industry," explains Jim Michels, founder of re NEW MAN. "Our clients receive male hormone therapy in a safe, controlled environment. When MLB players such as Alex Rodriguez draw continued negative press to male hormone treatment it can discourage other men from receiving hormone treatment because they don't want be associated with a the negative connotation."
Keith Hanks of Atlanta online marketing agency TwentySix2 Marketing comments, "Today's online news cycle is fast. While stories may come and go quickly through various feeds, the imprint of their existence can be long lasting within search engine results. In the example of 'andropause,' 'male menopause,' and other 'male hormone' keyword phrases, the impact of search queries blending news such as athletes testing positive for banned substances can appear right next other entries of legitimate, prescription only providers of male hormone therapy such as re NEW MAN."
Michels added, "Every time there is a story about a professional athlete that has either tested positive for a banned substance, or is suspected of using a banned performance-enhancing substance our phone starts ringing. Our clients call and ask about the connection between the individualized hormone treatments they are being prescribed by a doctor to treat their andropause symptoms and the substances the professional athletes are linked to. Male hormone therapy programs from re NEW MAN are safe and proven methods of treating andropause. Unfortunately a disservice is occurring to these men who are trying to treat a legitimate medical condition when professional athletes decide to use similar substances not to treat andropause, and other age related hormone imbalances, but to gain a competitive advantage in a sport."
About re NEW MAN:
re NEW MAN specializes in the management of age-related male hormone replacement therapy and has done so for 10 years. They provide information, clinical services and access to products that have been proven to reduce the symptoms of male menopause. re NEW MAN's experts work with their extensive network of doctors to provide safe, effective, and convenient care for their clients. For more information, visit renewman.com or call 800-859-7511.
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