Executive Health’s clinical physiologist Professor Anders Melcher recently published a study in which he and the Karolinska Institutet examined the relationship between maximum effort performed during a stress-test and the size of the left atrium. Through his research, Professor Melcher was able to demonstrate that they are co-related.

Doing the ultrasound examination, I noted that many customers according to accepted standards had relatively large left atriums. I became curious and thus wanted to study this in relationship to their physical capacity on the stress-test a little bit further.

Below are some common symptoms of
testosterone deficiency:
  • Decreased sex drive.
  • More difficult to get an erection.
  • Depressive feelings and / or irritation.
  • Fatigue.
  • Sleep disturbances, increased need for sleep.
  • Joint or muscle pain.
  • Difficulties to concentrate.
  • Diminished sense of well-being.
  • Less energy and motivation.
  • More often feelings of aggression / irritability.
  • Memory loss.
  • Sudden sweats and hot flushes.
  • Decreased beard growth.
  • Increased abdominal fat.
If a handful of these symptoms are recognized, it might be a good idea to contact us to schedule an appointment with our Andrologist.