3 Surprising Signs of Low Testosterone Every Man Should Know

low testosterone levels Testosterone levels naturally decline in your early 30s. While many men associate low testosterone levels with erectile dysfunction and reduced muscle mass, there are other hallmarks of the condition that are important to know. Low testosterone can impact your energy, mental health, and happiness. Recognizing the signs and getting treatment is important to help you feel your best at every stage of life.

What Are Three Signs of Low Testosterone?

There are three less-known signs of low testosterone that men often experience but are likely to mistake as stress or the aging process. Understanding these signs can be the first step toward finding the right treatment and getting you back to feeling like yourself again.

Chronic Fatigue

You may assume that your chronic tiredness results from stress, shorter nights of sleep, family demands, or even a less rigorous workout routine. In fact, fatigue and loss of energy are a surprising sign of low testosterone. Many men who experience low testosterone often report feeling chronically tired and lacking motivation.

Mental Health Struggles

Testosterone is one of many hormones that impact our moods and perceptions of the world. While you may think that your change in mood, from irritability to depression, is associated solely with your shorter periods of sleep, stress, or age, it’s a surprising sign of low testosterone, which can disrupt your entire sense of well-being.

Reduced Cognitive Function

Low testosterone can make it challenging to stay on task or concentrate. You may also struggle to remember things that used to come to you naturally. Research suggests that testosterone supplementation can improve learning and memory in postmenopausal women and men in andropause.

Uncover More Surprises About Low Testosterone and How to Fix It

If you’re ready to explore all the potential symptoms of low testosterone and explore treatment options, reach out to us at The Oregon Man Clinics in Springfield and Eugene, OR. Please call 541-505-8773 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with a men’s health expert.

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