LOW TESTOSTERONE SYMPTOMS
Many men don't recognize the symptoms they're experiencing have anything to do with low testosterone, sometimes these low t symptoms are mis-diagnosed or overlooked by your general physician. Yet, you may be experiencing many different symptoms created by hypogonadism. Mantality Health believes in tackling the issue directly at the front line of the problem. If you've begun researching, you've probably come across multiple explanations and terms relating to low testosterone, but we're here to let you know exactly what those symptoms are.
Knowing that low testosterone, or hypogonadism does produce symptoms, which we call low testosterone symptoms or symptoms of low t, is a medically treatable condition and not just a money making option that is talked up online or in the media helps you understand the symptoms a little more and trust that those symptoms mean something. There are plenty of stories from fitness bloggers, media, and news outlets that discuss low t and low testosterone symptoms, but when understanding the symptoms, going to a medical professional licensed with treating low testosterone such as Mantality Health, you will learn more about hypogonadism and how it can be treated safely.
Understanding these symptoms and how it is possible that testosterone replacement therapy could treat these issues also understanding the symptoms can help overall:
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF LOW TESTOSTERONE
Many people ask, "what are the symptoms of low testosterone?" After research, they understand that they are symptoms we associate with every day life, work, and stress. They notice that 2 PM at work hits, and they're suddenly dragging and consistently filling their coffee cup. They've found life less enjoyable because after work they have to lay down on the couch exhausted. When it's time to go to bed, they find they have no sexual attraction or drive to their significant other. They're having difficulty losing unwanted pounds. Most men who have these symptoms have some form of hypogonadism, which is why they have the symptoms of low testosterone. They frequently pursue medical treatment no further because they associate the symptoms they are having with many more conditions. We're here to tell you, the symptoms of low testosterone are treatable using testosterone replacement therapy (TRT).
To break down the symptoms of Low T a little bit easier:
- Lack of Focus and Concentration Issues
- Decreased Muscle and Strength
- Lack of Energy
- Lowered Libido
- Poor Sleep
- Weight Gain
LOW T, IS IT NORMAL?
As with any disease, we want to tell you that Low T isn't "normal" but the process of aging and a decline in testosterone is normal. The condition of "low t" has become "normal" because people associate the decline in energy and drive for all aspects of life with aging. While it may be true that your levels decline, it's not always because it's "normal" it could be related to the type of work you do, your diet, and your exercise routine. Fortunately, low testosterone is treatable through a process called testosterone replacement therapy. Why would you want to continue living each day with no drive for life? Wouldn't it be great if you could have the knowledge and wisdom of your 40's and 50's but the energy levels of your 20's and 30's?
While it's all too common that people exhibit symptoms of low testosterone, it's even more common that people live their lives with low testosterone for years and don't realize how much it has affected them. And of course, it is natural that your production levels do fall physiologically. But even then, if you're in your 40's or 50's you shouldn't have the testosterone levels of a mid-70 year old. These are the reasons you feel tired, you feel like you have no libido, your weight is harder to lose.