I’m thinking of a number.
This number could have a huge impact on every aspect of your life, and you have probably never given it a second thought. This number is something that you can successfully manage to improve your quality of life, but I’m guessing that you have absolutely no idea what it is. It’s your testosterone level. Is low T center of your problems?
Low testosterone is estimated to affect as many as 25% of all men in the United States. The medical community are in agreement that it is a hugely underdiagnosed and undertreated problem.
Millions of men are living with low T symptoms, and while it can be be a huge quality of life issue, the sad part is that they often have no idea how bad things are until they fix it. It’s easy to just rationalize the symptoms of low T as a side effect of getting older, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way.
- A ‘sub-optimal’ relationship with your partner
- Low energy levels, and generally feeling like crap
- Generally getting fat and lazy
- Serious stuff like diabetes and even a possible link to cardiovascular disease
In subsequent posts I’ll outline some of the research that has been performed in each of these areas, discuss the various treatment options available for low testosterone levels (including their drawbacks), and talk about what you can do to figure out – is low T center of your problems?