Low Testosterone Treatments
As you age, your hormones naturally decline. The loss of men’s hormones is called “Andropause” or “Male Menopause”. It is sometimes referred to as “Low T.” Low libido and diminished sexual performance are the symptoms that are the most troubling for many men. However, it is not just testosterone that declines with age. Several male hormones begin to decline as early as your mid-20s. Often, the consequences are not particularly noticeable until you are in your 40s. From that time on, hormone levels decline at an accelerated rate and symptoms increase. Without exception, men notice a change in their muscles and body shape as they age. Muscles become smaller and softer and waistlines expand. Once your essential hormones have declined, no matter how many hours you spend in the gym, your muscles just won’t grow and you can’t create the same muscular “definition” that used to be possible. With the drop in your hormones, your energy and endurance decline, your body fat increases and you begin to feel old. This condition has not generated as much attention in men as menopause has in women, because the hormone decline in men is more gradual. Therefore, the symptoms-at least in the beginning- are usually more subtle. Without treatment, symptoms become more severe and more noticeable as time passes. No one is immune to the effects of aging.