After age 30, many men experience a gradual drop in testosterone. Some are not affected by the lower testosterone levels, while others experience symptoms that are too many in number to ignore. When it comes down to it, men of all ages can be affected by these common symptoms of low testosterone. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, contact Limitless Options Men's Clinic today to schedule your free consultation and learn about the options we have available to you.
Did you know that “brain fog”, or a decline in cognitive acuity is one of the most common symptoms of Low T? If your inability to concentrate is coupled with fatigue, depressed mood, or short term memory loss, your body may be producing less than normal levels of testosterone. The science is in and a decline in the production of testosterone can directly affect cognitive functions.Schedule your free consultation today
Testosterone builds muscle mass and turns muscle to fat. Testosterone is the male hormone that makes it possible to develop the muscle mass of the male physique. In the absence of testosterone, the hormone estrogen takes over. Estrogen puts fat where you least want it: on your chest and around your belly. Testosterone is the male hormone that makes it possible to develop the muscle mass of the male physique.Schedule your free consultation today
commonly develops as a man ages but can also affect younger men for any number of reasons. Testosterone is the male hormone essential to development, strength, and sex drive. If the total testosterone drops below 300 to 350 nanogram per deciliter (ng/dL), the male libido can plummet, sometimes dramatically.
While other symptoms of low t may include depression, lack of sex drive, and low energy, increased body fat is one of the most notable reasons some men consider using a test booster (AKA testosterone booster) or testosterone supplementation. This is because testosterone plays a critical role in maintaining a healthy metabolism, which in turn is essential in maintaining a healthy body mass.Schedule your free consultation today
Testosterone (T) and erectile dysfunction (ED) go hand in hand. Why? Because testosterone, the main sex hormone in men, is not only a necessary ingredient for libido, it also has a role in maintaining nitric oxide levels in the penis. Therefore, if you have low testosterone levels you may experience erectile dysfunction along with low libido and other side effects associated with low levels of this hormone.Schedule your free consultation today
There are several possible explanations for the high rate at which depression affects men with low testosterone. One possibility is that some of the known symptoms of low testosterone, such as irritability and low libido, may develop into true depression because they cause a person’s mood to suffer. Testosterone levels may also directly affect serotonin levels in the brain. Serotonin is a natural hormone that helps regulate our moods.Schedule your free consultation today
Lack of sleep derived from a low testosterone level is a medical condition that requires specific treatment. Hormonal replacement therapy will work to regulate your testosterone levels. Restoring testosterone levels will make a huge difference in our quality of sleep. And healthy sleeping patterns will help to keep those restored hormone levels in check.Schedule your free consultation today
Arthritis is known for joint pain, but it comes in different forms with varying causes. The two main forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). RA is an autoimmune disease. OA develops over time due to wear and tear on your joints. While it’s possible to have low T and arthritis at the same time, testosterone problems are unlikely to cause RA. If your low T leads to excessive weight gain, you may be at a higher risk of developing OA.Schedule your free consultation today
Men with low testosterone often report poor concentration. Some studies have found a connection between cognitive function, memory, and testosterone (even a link between low testosterone and Alzheimer's disease). Memory and testosterone both decrease with age.Schedule your free consultation today