It’s more than just a “sex hormone”
Starting around age 35, men lose one to five percent of their testosterone production annually. Multiply that out, and on average men lose 20 percent of their testosterone production each decade, with some men losing it much more rapidly than that.
Over the long term, men with decreased testosterone levels are more at risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, prostate cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis, and muscle loss.
Some symptoms of the onset of testosterone loss in men include fatigue, memory loss, less productive workouts, loss of muscle mass, decreased sexual performance, loss of libido, among others. Obviously, these symptoms can have negative effects on a man’s relationship with his partner.
There is a better way. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for men can help fight back against the symptoms of testosterone loss and restore your health and vitality as you age.