Are you struggling with things like fatigue, weight gain, low libido, wasting away of muscle, and brain fog?  This could be an indicator of low testosterone. Testosterone levels naturally fall in males as they age, typically starting around age 30.


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The Effects of Low Testosterone on Men.

Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone that regulates the growth and development of several male organs as well as the maintenance of other masculine characteristics. In males, testosterone is generated in the testes (reproductive glands that also create sperm) and is controlled by the brain and pituitary gland. Men with low testosterone levels may have diminished energy and sexual drive, increased body fat, and emotional disturbances. Men’s testosterone levels are predicted to fall as they age.

Other factors may contribute to low T, including chronic health problems like diabetes or obesity, medications like corticosteroids, or injuries. Our full wellness assessments screen for low T levels, along with numerous other relevant issues, and may be treated by personalized testosterone replacement therapy treatment plans. It is difficult to nail down a precise number on how common low testosterone is in men.

How Common Is Low Testosterone?

The condition becomes dramatically more common as men get older, with estimates suggesting as many as 40% of older men suffer from low levels of testosterone. Many men, particularly younger men, are nervous about seeking treatment for low testosterone. While symptoms vary among individuals, men who have low testosterone also experience decreased sexual desire, erectile dysfunction, and heart problems. Waiting to get help may result in the last detection of and deterioration of these progressive conditions.

Signs and Symptoms of Low Testosterone


Low testosterone levels may result in a lack of energy. If you find yourself feeling drowsy most days, even after getting a solid night’s rest, it is highly likely a hormone imbalance is at fault. Many patients find their energy levels skyrocket once they start taking testosterone.

Weight gain, particularly around the belly

When men’s testosterone levels are low, they may be able to restrict muscular development. Muscle tissue burns calories faster than fat tissue. Low testosterone levels in males contribute to body fat gain, with most guys accumulating fat around their bellies and thighs. Sometimes, an imbalance between testosterone and estrogen causes men to store more body fat than they would otherwise.

mental fogginess and difficulties focusing

Studies show that men on testosterone often have increased memories. Testosterone influences a lot of physical processes in the body, and attention, clarity, and memory are not exceptions. Life problems caused by low testosterone–such as stress and relationship problems–can also play a part in struggling with concentration. While most men experience decreases in interest and libido as they get older, low testosterone causes steeper declines than normal for most men.

libido deficiency

While most men lose interest and desire as they age, low testosterone produces a sharper drop-off than is typical for most guys. Testosterone may create a number of health problems (including hair loss and sexual dysfunction) as well as block certain urges.

Anxiety, irritation, or depression

Low testosterone may lead to several changes in mood. Hormonal imbalances are frequently responsible for depression, anxiety, and other mood problems. Fatigue caused by low levels of testosterone may also contribute to these issues.

Muscle mass loss

Since testosterone is crucial to building muscle mass in the body, low testosterone may result in a loss of lean mass. This loss in mass may also contribute to the fat gain mentioned earlier. Some men start losing hair as they get older, and low testosterone may play a part, too, particularly if baldness happens suddenly.

increased hair loss

Some men start losing hair as they become older, and low testosterone may also play a role, particularly if the balding happens quickly.

How Testosterone Treatment Works

By knowing your T levels, our healthcare professionals can offer high-quality treatments for low T levels and other underlying conditions through testosterone replacement therapy. 

Health Assessment

During your initial visit, one of our health professionals will perform a complete wellness evaluation, including a simple blood test. This test is part of the complete lab panel, which includes your prostate gland, A1c, and more. All your lab results, answers to our wellness questionnaire, and medical history will be discussed with your primary care physician during your upcoming office visit.

Peronalized Plan

Based on your health evaluation, lab results, and medical history, your provider will develop a customized plan for treatment with testosterone replacement therapy, if testosterone therapy is appropriate.

Treatment Regimen

Your treatment plan is based on your personal plan. If your numbers show a low T, we will discuss options for replacing the T. We’ll talk about your choices for getting your T refilled with injections, either by a medical professional at our clinic around once every 10 days or by yourself at home one of our simple and practical self-injection kits. If your doctor prescribes testosterone replacement therapy to treat symptoms of low testosterone (or any other illness), he or she will tailor your care to get the best possible outcomes for your health.

Optimization and Prevention

Once your testosterone replacement therapy program for low testosterone symptoms (or other underlying health concerns) is in place, your practitioner will adjust treatments to enhance your health and wellbeing.

Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)

Patients who have their low testosterone levels treated report feeling more energized, stronger, less irritated, sleeping better, having a greater sense of self, having less trouble concentrating and remembering, and having more sexual desire. Because the Low T Center takes a holistic approach to mens health, our health professionals are equipped to actively manage other conditions that you are currently experiencing, or may develop in the future, including sleep apnea or allergies. These conditions may affect your testosterone levels as well.

Our specialists visit with you on an individual basis and often gather crucial health data in order to more effectively assess progress. At the Low T Center, we are committed to treating your low testosterone symptoms so that you may find your best self.

Introduction to Low Testosterone


What is Low Testosterone (Low-T)

Low-T is a condition in which the testes (testicles, the male reproductive glands) do not produce enough testosterone (a male sex hormone).

What are the symptoms of low testosterone?

Symptoms of low testosterone include low sex drive, difficulty with erection, loss of muscle mass, hair loss, and fatigue.

What causes low testosterone?

Testosterone levels normally decrease with age as a result of declining testicular function as well as lifestyle factors, such as diet, exercise, alcohol, and tobacco consumption, etc.

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