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How To Treat Low Testosterone

How To Treat Low Testosterone

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
Testosterone is the hormone responsible for typically male characteristics such as a deeper voice, facial hair and a muscular build.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

by Yenny (SU)
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone. Men typically reach their peak testosterone levels in early adulthood. Thereafter, testosterone level starts decreasing at approximately 1% each year.

Do You Have Low Testosterone Levels?

Do You Have Low Testosterone Levels?

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
As they age, most men assume that impotence or reduced sexual desire or stamina, depression, reduced muscle mass, falling energy levels and/or hair loss.

How Does Low Testosterone Affect Men?

How Does Low Testosterone Affect Men?

by Crystal (SU)
Testosterone is the hormone that fuels men’s engines. Produced in the testes, gonads and adrenal glands, testosterone drives puberty and overall men’s health throughout their lives by playing a key role in the male’s reproduction system including the testes and prostate, as well promoting increased muscle and bone mass, and the growth of body hair.

Signs of “Low T” Men Should Not Ignore

Signs of “Low T” Men Should Not Ignore

by Shearly (SU)
The aging process often causes a natural drop in hormones for both men and women. Whereas women may experience a drop in progesterone and estrogen levels, men tend to experience a decrease in testosterone production as they age. Men with low testosterone, also known as “Low T,” begin to experience certain signs and symptoms such as a lower sex drive, or even subtle changes in body shape and energy levels.