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Diagnosing Low Testosterone

man suffering emotionally from low testosterone


Low testosterone levels, also known as hypogonadism, can cause a range of physical and emotional symptoms in men. Physically, men with low testosterone levels may experience decreased muscle mass and strength, increased body fat, reduced bone density, and decreased energy levels. They may also notice changes in their sexual function, such as reduced libido, erectile dysfunction, and decreased sperm count. Low testosterone levels can also cause hot flashes, night sweats, and difficulty sleeping.


Emotionally, men with low testosterone levels may experience symptoms such as depression, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. They may also have a decreased sense of well-being and self-esteem, and may feel less motivated or productive. These emotional symptoms can further impact their physical health and well-being, as well as their personal and professional relationships.



With age, our testosterone levels naturally decrease, leaving us exposed to unwanted weight gain
Testosterone imbalance, thyroid issues, adrenal fatigue and vitamin deficiencies can play a large part in chronic fatigue, causing you to feel unmotivated & lacking that drive you once had.
When a man has low levels of testosterone, it is common to see a decrease in sex drive. This may leave you feeling disconnected from your partner. With testosterone supplements, you can boost your levels in a range that will regain your sex drive.
If your thyroid is not sufficiently active or your hormones are unbalances, men can suffer from decreased concentration, burnout, sleeplessness or low mood.
A common symptom of low testosterone is feeling out of control of your emotions, leaving you feeling embarrassed and ashamed.