Friday, July 24, 2009

For The Men In Your Life

“I’d like to make a comment on the Wiley Protocol for Men™. It’s better
than Viagra. My male business has exploded. Plus I have become quite
proficient on tweaking the Wiley Protocol for Women™. It’s amazing.”
Robert Apgar, MD, North Carolina
Hormone replacement for men? T.S. Wiley thinks so and that is why she
developed The Wiley Protocol for Men™ for the men in your life, to restore
lust and love, sleep, muscle mass, and bone health, and help to reduce
depression. The Protocol uses testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone
(DHEA) in a rhythmic, youthful physiologic dosing for health and antiaging.
Andropause is defined as an age-related decline in serum testosterone
levels in older men to below the normal range in young men. Often
referred to as the male “menopause” it is associated with a syndrome that
may include decreased muscle strength and/or endurance, decreased
pubic and increased underarm hair, reduced physical function, diminished
libido, fatigue, depressed mood, decreased generalized well-being, hot
flashes, osteoporosis/osteopenia, and anemia.
A multi-year study showed that mean total testosterone levels
decreased by 30 percent in men between the ages of 25 and 75
and mean free-testosterone levels decreased by as much as 50
percent. Men may not live as long if they have low testosterone,
regardless of their age, according to a new study from
The study looked at death from any cause in nearly 2,000 men
aged 20 to 79 years with an average follow up time of seven
years. At the beginning of the study, 5 percent of these men
had low blood testosterone levels, defined as the lower end of
the normal range for young adult men.

The men with low testosterone were older, more obese, and had a greater prevalence of
diabetes and high blood pressure, compared with men who had higher testosterone levels. Men
with low testosterone levels had more than a 2.5 times greater risk of dying during the next 10
years compared to men with higher testosterone. This difference was not explained by age,
smoking, alcohol intake, level of physical activity, or increased waist circumference (a risk factor
for diabetes and heart disease).
Why must aging men with low testosterone, and men with prostate cancer, simply have to
accept the loss of libido, energy, risk-taking, sleep and muscle mass to fight depression and the
inevitability of man breasts and snoring that comes with changes in the hormone balance?
A growing body of research says that low testosterone levels can be associated with an
increased risk of prostate cancer. A standard treatment option for prostate cancer is androgen
deprivation therapy (ADT), in which drugs or castration is used to reduce the testosterone
levels in the prostate (and the rest of the body). Unfortunately virtually all patients treated with
ADT progress to metastatic disease. Men with prostate cancer who are being treated with ADT
increase their risk of developing bone- and heart-related side effects compared to patients who
do not take these medications, according to a new study. ADT can cause a variety of side
effects including skeletal and cardiovascular complications, sexual dysfunction, periodontal
disease, and mood disorders.
Studies of men with a history of prostate disease suggest that it may be low testosterone that
indicates an increase in disease activity. Further, supplementing with testosterone may not only
be safe but inhibit tumor cell growth.
The Wiley Protocol for Men rhythm is based on four-day sun cycles and magnetism. By
contrast, the Wiley Protocol for Women™ is controlled by moon rhythms and light. Testosterone
and DHEA (a precursor of testosterone and other sex hormones) are used with the rhythm of
the sun cycles; DHEA is only applied in the morning when men’s androgens normally peak.
Dose elevations occur every four days rather than every three days to allow DHEA to create
more receptors for testosterone. Wiley is tracking the men who have had prostate cancer who
are using the Wiley Protocol to provide data on this issue.
We know that biomimetic rhythmic, cyclical hormone replacement can restore quality of life.
Wiley’s Protocol for Men is the wave of the future, and as men become aware of this option,
they will have a choice about aging.

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