KEY SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF LOW TESTOSTERONE
The word testosterone is a controversial one these days. All you have to do is type it in a search engine of your choice and what you get are millions of pages of contradicting ideas and studies. Testosterone has become a bad boy in the fear mongering media lately due largely to widespread abuse in amateur and professional sports. It is enough to confuse even the most seasoned physician and send him/her running towards the hills.
In fact, low testosterone is under diagnosed or not treated in men and women due to the high amount of misinformation out there. Not only it is under diagnosed, but also confused with other diseases which lead to overmedication with synthetic pharmaceuticals. Ironically, many of which are more dangerous than testosterone itself.
Now at this point you may be asking yourself: Did he just say low testosterone in women? Women produce testosterone in their bodies just like men do but in much lower quantities. Women as well as men start declining their endogenous production in their thirties. By the time they hit fifty, they may have less than half the amount of testosterone running through their bodies than when they were twenty. This deficiency causes a wide spectrum of symptoms that can be confused with other conditions.
Key Symptoms of Low Testosterone [Hypogonadism | Low Adrogen]
The medical community in large will say that this decline in testosterone is a normal process of aging and of life. I really never understood this reasoning. But again, I regress to the point I made earlier about the misinformation that dominates the internet, major media and textbooks. Why is it that if you are deficient in other hormones like thyroid or insulin, doctors won´t even think twice in giving you a pill or a shot to help you out? But if you are deficient in testosterone, we just chalk it up to our normal aging process. Nothing can be farther than the truth.
Testosterone is just as an integral part of our lives as is thyroid hormone or insulin. With appropriate medical monitoring testosterone is just as safe if not safer than other types of hormone replacement.
Listed below are the most common signs and symptoms of T deficiency [Hypogonadism | Low Androgen]: Of course, testosterone replacement isn’t for everybody.
Key Symptoms of Low Testosterone [hypogonadism | Low Androgen]
Do you have these symptoms?
For more information, please email us at: info@AntiAgeCR.com.
To learn more about solutions visit: www.AntiAgeCR.com.
Get started now. We are revolutionizing health and wellness. Fill in the form and let’s talk.