TRT – Supporting Your Testosterone
Noticing the signs of low testosterone and realizing you need testosterone support is not always easy. The signs tend to blend in with other problems that we face in our lives. Spotting the warning signs of lowering testosterone levels is important for your health and getting treatment can help get your life back in order.
The first step in finding out if getting support for your testosterone levels is knowing the warning signs of low testosterone.
Sexual Functions and Desire
Testosterone is the primary chemical in the body responsible for a healthy sex drive and libido in men. When testosterone levels begin to drop naturally due to age or other complications, men find themselves suffering in a multitude of ways.
A few of these are:
- A reduction in sexual desire
- Fewer erections that happen spontaneously, such as during sleep
- Increased chance of infertility
In some cases Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can accompany low testosterone levels. In these cases getting proper testosterone support can alleviate this symptom.
Physical Changes To The Body
Several changes can happen that appear physically upon the body when testosterone levels drop too low. Testosterone is responsible for muscle mass, body hair, and the general masculine form. A reduction in testosterone can cause:
- Increased storage of body fat
- Decreased muscle mass and strength
- Less body hair
- More fragile bones and joints
- Less energy and greater levels of fatigue
- Lessened ability to metabolize cholesterol
- Hot Flashes
Disruption of Sleep
Not getting enough sleep causes severe problems on its own. And not having enough testosterone can ensure you’re not getting the proper amount of rest you need to replenish your body. Some of these effects include:
- Lower energy levels
- Disruption of sleep patterns
If you have sleep apnea, you should seek advice from our qualified Medical Professionals to see if TRT is right for you. TRT can, in some cases, worsen the effects of sleep apnea. Ensure you talk to your Doctor before receiving treatment.
Not only does low testosterone change the physical nature of your body, it also can effect your emotions as well. One of the most common symptoms of low testosterone is depression. Some other common problems range from inability to concentrate and problems with short term memory.
Testosterone is responsible for regulating emotions in men and there have been studies directly linking low testosterone levels to depression.
Getting The Help You Deserve
If you’ve experienced any of the above symptoms then it may be time to speak to a Medical Professional concerning testosterone support. Click HERE to schedule your consultation with our qualified Medical Professionals and see if TRT is right for you.