Have you noticed some major changes in your energy levels, sexual desire, or body composition? Even if you work out regularly or try to stay active, if your testosterone levels have dropped, you will likely notice some significant emotional and physical changes. That’s because testosterone plays a starring role in the influence of fat distribution, bone density, and red blood cell production. It’s also a key factor in building muscle and bone mass, producing sperm, and driving sexual desire and function.
Low testosterone, or Low T, is the underproduction (or lack of) production of testosterone. All men are susceptible to Low T, because at age 30, testosterone levels begin to decline in men by about 1% a year. If you battle any chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, infections, obesity, or other hormonal conditions, you’re especially vulnerable to Low T.
What are the symptoms of Low T?
Signs and symptoms of low testosterone include:
- Insomnia or sleep disturbances – Low T can cause disruption in sleep patterns.
- Body changes – You may notice that your body fat increases, while muscle mass decreases.
- Decreasing sex drive –Sexual desire is low, or you may experience sexual dysfunction or
- Low energy or depression –You aren’t as motivated as you used to be, you have low energy, or you begin to feel depressed.
- Sleep apnea – If you have this condition, and if it gets worse, you could have Low T.
- Congestive heart failure – Progressive congestive heart failure could indicate Low T.
You don’t have to suffer from Low T
If you think you have Low T, talk to us. The doctors and nurses at SynergenX Health specialize in helping men increase testosterone levels with individualized, closely monitored Low T treatment. Come see how today’s advanced treatments can change your life.
To schedule an appointment, call toll-free, 877-915-2554 to find the location nearest you, or click here to use our online form.