Men Hormonal Imbalance:
Low testosterone in men, once considered a problem only for those of advanced age, is becoming increasingly problematic in young and middle-aged men. Low testosterone is a common problem. Testosterone levels in most men start to decline in the early to mid-30s. Symptoms of testosterone deficiency may often be attributed to “just getting older”. But the effects of aging aren’t just something that happen. We age for many reasons, but one of them is the continuous decline and imbalance of our hormones.
Low testosterone causes can range from stress, obesity, and diet to injury of the testes, medication use, chronic illness and much more. Many of these factors are controllable or modifiable with lifestyle changes.
Low testosterone symptoms
- Decreased lean body mass or skeletal muscle with increased body fat
- Decreased energy, motivation and drive
- Decreased sex drive (libido) and erectile dysfunction
- Brain fog or reduced concentration/mental focus
- Mood changes including depression, anxiety/irritability
- Decreased bone density
- Hair loss
Sex hormones are also important for a range of bodily functions and a person’s general health.
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