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Some Causes of Low T

Aging- The most common cause of low testosterone is aging. Typically, testosterone levels begin to drop around the age of 40. These levels will continue to decrease about 1% every year.

Medications - Certain hormones and pain medications can impede testosterone production.

Cancer Therapy - Chemotherapy and radiation therapy can damage the interstitial cells in the testes that are responsible for making testosterone. The levels may return to normal, but sometimes the damage caused is permanent.

Injury - Injured testicles may be unable to produce an adequate amount of testosterone.

Obesity - Being overweight can also be a cause of low testosterone. It is natural for some of a man's testosterone to be converted to estrogen. Estrogen is normally associated with women, but is used in both sexes to maintain a healthy bone density. This conversion occurs primarily in fat cells. A large amount of fat cells enhances this process, decreasing the amount of testosterone.

Anabolic Steroids - Some athletes and body builders use anabolic steroids to increase muscle size and strength. But in addition to being illegal, steroids can shrink your testicles and impair testosterone production at a later date, when steroids are stopped.

Infection - Mumps and meningitis can cause damage to the testes in both children and adults, decreasing testosterone production.

Inflammation - The pituitary gland and hypothalamus impact testosterone production. Diseases or conditions such as sarcoidosis, histiocytosis, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS can cause inflammation.

Head Trauma/Brain Tumors - These can also impact the pituitary gland and hypothalamus.

Low T Symptoms

Fatigue/Decreased Energy - Guys with a testosterone deficiency may feel tired and have a lack of energy and overall motivation.

Reduced Sex Drive - Testosterone is what fires a man's libido. Low T equals lower sex drive.

Sexual Dysfunction - Testosterone triggers the release of nitric oxide, which is needed for erections. Not enough testosterone means not enough nitric oxide, which translates to weak or no erections.

Depression/Irritability - A deficiency in testosterone can affect your mood, making you feel down and irritable. Before being treated for depression, a man's testosterone level should be checked.

Increased Body Fat - Weight gain around the middle is another side effect, along with gynecomastia, which is over-development of the male breasts.

Decreased Bone Strength - Bone density and mass is also affected by testosterone levels.

Loss of Body Hair - Body hair is another male trait negatively impacted by testosterone deficiency.

Hot Flashes/Sweats - Similar to an estrogen decrease in women, a testosterone decrease in a man can cause hot flashes and sweats.

These are just some of the symptoms of Low T. But we offer an easy and effective treatment that will let you fight the Low T Fade!


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