Low Testosterone Symptoms in Men

Feel run down and worn out? Struggling to maintain muscle and keep the weight off? It’s not you. It’s your hormones.

Feel run down and worn out? Struggling to maintain muscle and keep the weight off?

It’s not you.
It’s your hormones.

Low testosterone symptoms in men are more common than you would imagine. It’s all down to a natural decline in hormone production, but that doesn’t have to stop you. Experience the transformation and embrace the new you! Join the thousands of satisfied customers who have harnessed the power of their hormones.

Causes of Low Testosterone

Almost 40% of men over 45 have Low T (Hypogonadism), and that number increases with age.

Low T or hypogonadism is becoming more common, even among younger adult males. Additionally, as men age, they naturally produce less testosterone—a vital hormone responsible for sustaining energy, muscle mass, and libido. As a result, various symptoms often develop, such as fatigue, weight gain, and sexual dysfunction.

What is Low Testosterone (Male Hypogonadism)?

What is Low Testosterone
(Male Hypogonadism)?

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone. This vital hormone has many functions in cardiovascular, neurological, musculoskeletal, vascular, and immune health. It safeguards against declining muscle, ligaments, joints, tendons, bones, and skin. Moreover, it elevates sex drive and performance while enhancing mood and energy levels.

As men get older and levels fall, the protection testosterone offers declines. Testosterone maintains various bodily functions and protects against many age-related diseases, making it an essential defensive weapon for the aging male.

Frustratingly, many doctors don’t prioritize treating the symptoms of low T. Instead, they advise patients to accept symptoms as part of normal aging. They prescribe statins to lower cholesterol when optimized hormones and lifestyle changes can provide a more permanent solution. Or they give you SSRIs to treat depression when TRT and exercise can help you lose the weight that’s killed your self-image (and given you type 2 diabetes). They are simply masking a problem and ignoring the cause.

Don’t be one of the millions who become overlooked; you don’t have to accept these symptoms as inevitable anymore:

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

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One of the significant improvements our patients see with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is vastly improved energy levels.
Losing weight and keeping it off is hard work and becomes even more difficult as hormones deplete with age.
A widespread complaint amongst men with suboptimal testosterone levels is the loss of libido.
If the long nights lying awake start to become regular, the effect on your life can be enormous, and it is time to seek help.
Men with declining testosterone levels commonly experience memory loss and a lack of mental clarity, which many describe as brain fog.
Lack of enthusiasm at work and performance issues starting to creep in along with an expanding waistline and generally feeling down in the dumps.
The ‘stress hormone’ cortisol is a steroid hormone made in the adrenal glands and then released into the blood when stressed or scared.
Visceral fat typically develops from middle age onwards and is often caused by the natural decline in testosterone levels, an unhealthy diet and a lack of exercise.
One of the most common symptoms of hormone deficiency in men is chronic fatigue – the type of extreme tiredness that doesn’t improve after rest.
Men suffering from age-related testosterone deficiency commonly experience mood swings, irritability and even depression.
Sarcopenia (age-related muscle loss) can affect both men and women. Muscle mass decreases approximately 3-8% per decade after 30.
During male andropause, testosterone levels decline, knocking down estrogen, thereby reducing any productive benefits, reducing bone rejuvenation and bone mineral density (BMD)
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Reading the Signs of Low Testosterone

Low testosterone symptoms can creep up unnoticed, with doctors commonly blaming natural aging. Discover a new lease on life and bid farewell to nagging symptoms that come with age. Our revolutionary treatments empower you to optimize your hormones and unleash your full potential. Say hello to renewed vitality, improved health, and a new zest for life.

Men with Low T are more likely to have conditions like erectile dysfunction, increased BMI, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, and asthma or COPD, compared to eugonadal men. Age-related conditions can mask the presence of low T, negatively impacting men’s overall quality of life.

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Symptoms Are the Most Accurate Indicator of Low T

There is much confusion in the medical community [3] about diagnosing testosterone deficiency. Insurance companies have set anything below 300ng/dL as low T. However, establishing a standard low or ‘normal’ testosterone level is not helpful.

People are different and experience symptoms at different levels. When average testosterone levels vary from between 265 and 923 nanograms per deciliter, it’s impossible to generalize without using symptoms as the primary indicator. The current practice by health insurance companies to restrict coverage based on specific testosterone levels lacks scientific basis.

If you experience symptoms of low T, such as low energy levels and weight gain, whatever your blood levels, TRT for men can help you feel great again.

We are experts in reading symptoms and lab results to determine your best treatment plan. We offer support when needed, adjusting your treatment to optimize your hormones.

How Do I Know If I Need Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)?

The symptoms of low testosterone in men are easy to read. Our licensed providers assess your symptoms and blood tests to find the best treatment for you.

If you answer yes to any of these questions, it may be well worth giving us a call.
Take our free online hormone assessment to see if you have symptoms of low testosterone.


[1] Jung, H. J., & Shin, H. T. (2016b). Effect of Testosterone Replacement Therapy on Cognitive Performance and Depression in Men with Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome. The World Journal of Men’s Health, 34(3), 194. https://doi.org/10.5534/wjmh.2016.34.3.194.

[2] Zitzmann, M. (2006). Testosterone and the brain. The Aging Male, 9(4), 195–199. https://doi.org/10.1080/13685530601040679 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17178554/

[3] https://www.cmaj.ca/content/187/18/1369.long

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