Low testosterone and exercise

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Salisbury, North Carolina

All right guys, this one is for you.

Last week, I wrote about menopause. This week, it's the guy version of hormone changes.

There are all kinds of reasons for hypogonadism, which means that the testicles don't produce enough of the male sex hormone testosterone. Or, as we hear it often called, low T.

Aging is a big reason for testosterone levels dropping. Around age 30, most men start to experience a gradual decline. Common symptoms from a drop in testosterone can be:

Loss of strength

Loss of sex drive

Being more fatigued

Feeling depressed

Before you blame it all on low T, have your doctor do a blood test. Nowadays, tests are very accurate and they can determine where your levels are. When they were not so accurate, it was hard to pinpoint the true causes of the symptoms. The symptoms of low T can be mirrored by other medical problems such as diabetes, depression, high blood pressure and coronary disease, to name a few. Again, have your doctor diagnose whether the problem is low testosterone or other medical issues.

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