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Do You Suffer From Low Testosterone?

Tips and Advice

Low testosterone symptoms can be quite brutal, and millions of men for whatever reason often choose to live with them. Of course, many men live with low T symptoms because they have no idea their testosterone levels are low.

Often the symptoms are attributed to growing older, the stresses of life and simply poor diet and exercise, and all of these factors can play a role, but in many cases, low T itself is the primary culprit. Regardless of the cause, regardless of your age; although the older you get, the greater risk of incurring low testosterone, your symptoms can be treated.

 

The Signs

 

Low testosterone is first indicated by a specific group of symptoms; you may not show them all, but normally if you show any two or more you probably have low testosterone. Of course, to make the diagnosis official, you would need  blood work analysis which isn’t available in the UK on NHS but is available privately, but the low testosterone symptoms themselves are often very reliable indicators.

 

Low testosterone symptoms include:

 Sexually Related Low Testosterone Symptoms:

Erectile Dysfunction

An addiction to porn ( mild or otherwise)

Being aroused by porn but not by your partner
Suppressed or a Total Loss of Libido.

 

Physique Related Low Testosterone Symptoms:
Increased Body-Fat
Loss of Strength
Loss of Muscle Mass

Physical Related Low Testosterone Symptoms:
Loss of Energy
Lethargy
Insomnia
Weakened Immune System

 Mental Related Low Testosterone Symptoms:
Lack of Clarity
Lack of Focus
Loss of Memory
Depression.

 

Treating low Testosterone

The only way to truly treat low T is by having your blood work analysis done and by getting HRT ( hormone replacement therapy ) prescribed which is a low dose of anabolic steroids, specifically Testosterone.

HOWEVER, there are ways that we can self treat ( to a large degree) without having to resort to bloods and sticking needles into our backside and that is by following a plan specifically for guys of nutrition, certain supplementation and regular strength training.

The specifics of the plan go beyond a blog post but huge factors generally would be to eat a diet that suits your goals, get supplementation right to help increase T levels, get ample sleep and strength train using correct exercises, not machines.

 

For further information on our Silverwolf program where we can discuss this in detail and set up an exact plan to help, contact Mark at athlete.p.t@btinternet.com