If you are a man aged 40–70 who’s experiencing any of the symptoms listed, you could be suffering from low testosterone.
- Decreased sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Loss of muscle mass
- Reduced strength/endurance level
- Sleep problems
- Increased breast size (Gynecomastia)
- Loss of body hair
- Emotional instability
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Low testosterone can dim a man’s sex drive, performance in bed, energy, and motivation.
Experienced doctors will measure what’s called free testosterone, which is the amount of the hormone that is active in the body at a given time.
A man with total testosterone in the normal range may still have the classic symptoms of low T if his free testosterone measurements come up short. Free testosterone is more indicative of the true testosterone status.
Testosterone peaks during adolescence and early adulthood. As you get older, your testosterone level gradually declines — typically about 1 percent a year after age 30.
It is important to determine in older men if a low testosterone level is simply due to the decline of normal aging or if it is due to a disease (hypogonadism).
Low testosterone is becoming increasingly more and more prevalent among adult men. Partly because of widespread nutritional deficiencies (especially vitamin D, Vitamin C, Zinc, and Magnesium), and partly because of environmental exposure to chemical toxins in pesticides and plastics. These chemicals are estrogen mimickers that have a suppressive effect on testosterone.