Testosterone is a hormone. It’s how hair gets on a man’s chest. It’s the force behind his sex drive. In early development, testosterone helps build muscles, deepen the voice, and even contributes to the growth of the reproductive organs. In adulthood, it contributes to maintaining strong muscle and bones and continued interest in sexual activity.*
After the age of 30, many men begin to experience a gradual decline in testosterone. A lower interest in sex and other symptoms can sometimes accompany this decrease in testosterone, leading many men to experience a number of unhealthy personal assumptions.*
Other medical problems may arise as a result of low testosterone including, but not limited to, diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, and coronary artery disease – many of these stemming from obesity.*
Common Symptoms of Low Testosterone
- Fatigue or decreased energy.
- Reduced sex drive (libido)
- Sexual dysfunction (weak erections, fewer erections)
- Depressed mood.
- Increased body fat.
- Reduced muscle mass and strength.
- Decreased bone strength.
- Loss of body hair (reduced shaving)
One of obesity’s occurrences from the lack of a proper exercise regime and healthy diet. A man’s drive to exercise can be tied to low testosterone; which leads to obesity and all of the above listed medical problems associated with obesity. REAL Weight Loss and Wellness strives to create awareness about low testosterone and how it affects a man’s health, as well as offer a number of options to lead to the journey of wellness.*
Contact REAL Weight Loss and Wellness to speak with a consultant today about Male Testosterone Treatment.
*Disclaimer: Individual Results May Vary.