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      In the last few decades low testosterone (Low T) has become epidemic among men over the age of 40, and the results have been disastrous for their health and longevity. An abundance of scientific and clinical research has shown that Low T is directly related to a significant increase in the deadly diseases of aging, including: heart disease, stroke, diabetes, prostate cancer, coronary artery disease, metabolic disease, obesity, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and chronic inflammation.

#1 Cause of Low T:
Normal Aging

     Testosterone levels start declining around the age of 30 by 1 to 2 % per year. By the age of 45, the average man’s testosterone levels have started dropping precipitously. By the age of 80, most men have less than 20% of the testosterone they had when they were in their 30’s. This process of declining testosterone is often referred to as ‘Andropause’ (or male menopause), and because it takes place gradually over decades, the symptoms of Low T often go unnoticed for a long period of time.

Other Common Causes of Low T

     Not only does normal aging cause a decrease in testosterone levels, there are quite a number of other causes of Low T that affect many men. Among these are: stress and various medications. In addition, the following can also cause Low T: alcoholism, cirrhosis of the liver, cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation, pituitary dysfunction, chronic kidney failure, too much iron, testicular damage or infection, AIDS and other chronic diseases.

Symptoms of Low T?

     Following are the most common symptoms of Low T which many men experience over a period of years.
  • Low Libido
  • Low energy levels
  • Erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • Moodiness and depression
  • Decreased muscle
  • Increased fat (especially around the waistline)
  • Lethargy and loss of motivation
  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Decreased stamina and strength
  • Increased LDL (bad cholesterol) and decreased HDL (good cholesterol)
  • Decreased feelings of happiness
  • Loss of bone density (osteoporosis)
     If you have some of the above common symptoms of Low T and are over the age of 30, there is a good chance that your testosterone is low, and you should have your testosterone levels checked. A simple blood test that measures serum testosterone levels is all that is required.

Act Now to Reverse or Prevent Low Testosterone (Low T)

     Fortunately, Low T can be prevented or reversed simply by increasing your testosterone levels. There are a number of ways to do this, both naturally and synthetically. The most common medical option, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), delivers testosterone to your body through one of three different methods: injections, patches or gels. While these delivery systems can be effective, there are a number of negative and even serious side effects you could experience with Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) because synthetic testosterone is used.

     Another way to increase your testosterone levels is to do it naturally. Thousands of men (especially in Asia) use a rain forest herb that naturally causes their body to produce its own testosterone. Because testosterone is produced by the body rather than coming from an outside source, there are no negative side effects using this method. It has also been found to be a very cost-effective approach to resolving the problem of Low T.

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