Low Testosterone Has A Huge Impact On Your Quality Of Life

Testosterone is a hormone, a molecular messenger that travels through your bloodstream to act on many organs and tissues in your body, including your brain, muscles, fat, bones and sexual organs.

Do you suffer from low testosterone?

Read more about the impact of this important hormone on the body.

Testosterone and the brain.

Your thinking abilities and general sense of well-being, including your mood, energy level and sense of vitality, and sexual drive or libido are all affected by testosterone.​

When testosterone levels are low, you can feel depressed & lethargic. It can be hard to find motivation.

If you feel “blah” all the time, it is time to get tested for low testosterone.

Testosterone and muscle.

Testosterone creates muscle cells and causes them to grow in size and strength.

Muscle weakness, an inability or unwillingness to exercise, and over fatigue from exercise can all be the result of low testosterone levels.

Testosterone and fat.

Testosterone has been shown to reduce body fat, particularly in the midsection and chest. The result is an improvement in lean body mass.

Gaining weight is not a side effect of getting older – it can be a side effect of low testosterone.

Testosterone and bones.

Testosterone helps prevent the normal bone destruction of aging and actually improves bone density. This reduces the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.

Testosterone and the heart.

Testosterone can influence cardiovascular risk factors indirectly through its effect on the amount of fat in your body, and there is evidence it benefits the heart directly. It may help open the coronary arteries, and possibly improve cardiac function in people with heart disease and heart failure.

Especially if heart problems run in your family, you should get tested to determine if testosterone therapy could possibly help you live a longer, healthier life.

Testosterone and sex.

Low testosterone can reduce your ability to have satisfying sex. Lack of sex drive and erectile dysfunction are sexual problems that can result from low testosterone. If low testosterone is the cause, treating it can help.

Get tested for low testosterone today

Call MD Health & Wellness to have your testosterone levels tested. If they are low, we will develop a custom plan to help you bring them up so that you can live the life you want. Call now for an appointment or complete our online consultation form.