How Does Andropause Contribute to Low-T?

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on October 24th, 2018
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Hormone Levels in Men


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One of the most important aspects of male health is Hormone Balance. Having healthy and healthy hormone levels contributes to a life of contentedness, potency, and energy, and prevents a life of disease, sloth, obesity, and depression. It may sound extreme, but there's no doubt about it. Your Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone Levels are what sustain you, keeping you feeling and looking healthy and young. As these Youth Hormones start to fade, your body starts to go into decline, as well as your masculinity.

Testosterone Deficiency During Middle Age

If you are in your thirties, forties, or fifties and feel your body starting to slow down, it very well may be time to look toward Hormone Replacement Treatments as a method to extend your quality of life and manhood into the coming decades! HGH and Testosterone Restoration can even provide fantastic benefits into the sixties, seventies, and eighties!

Testosterone Hormone Levels in MenTestosterone - What is Normal?

In our twenties, we have robust Testosterone Production which sustains us and keeps us clicking at our best. During this period, healthy and normal Testosterone Levels are considered 1000 nanograms per deciliter of Total Testosterone, and 300 picograms per deciliter of Free Testosterone. The following chart explains how Aging Impacts Testosterone Levels:

Testosterone Levels By Age Male

Hormonal Decline by Age:

AgeFree T(pg)Total T(ng)
203001000
30250850
40150500
50100350
6060250
7050150
8030100

Testosterone Levels in the Twenties

It's clear to see that aging is an incredibly detrimental factor when it comes to Testosterone Health. From the peak of your virility around twenty to the age of thirty, you lose around ten to fifteen percent of your Total Testosterone and fifteen to twenty percent of your Free Testosterone. During this period, you likely won't notice that a thing has changed, but these issues are cumulative, and further down the line, your problems will become more and more pronounced.

Your sex drive will start to drop, and you will find your sexual performance beginning to fade. It will become harder to build muscle and burn fat, and vigorous exercise will take a higher toll on your body. Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone help you recover from training and physiological wear more quickly, and as the levels of these hormones dissipate, you will feel it from your head to your toes. It will even affect your desire and will to step out of the house and meet the day!

Testosterone Decline in the Thirties

The most severe decline in Testosterone occurs between the ages of thirty and forty. Both Total and Free Testosterone will decline at an average of about forty percent across the decade. It's by the age of forty that most men start to feel significant changes in their body resulting from Low-T, and this period is known as Andropause.

Some men are more resilient to Testosterone Decline than others and don't show significant symptoms, but a considerable percentage of men will be symptomatic by forty and would benefit from Testosterone Replacement Creams or Injections.

For these men, this is the point at which Testosterone Supplementation becomes a way out. There's no reason to live with Low-T when there is a clinically tested medical Treatment for Testosterone Deficiency that's incredibly safe and can help preserve your physical, sexual, and mental health for years and decades to come!

Testosterone Decline in the Forties

Testosterone Levels decline fairly dramatically from forty to fifty, although the Testosterone Drop is not as steep as in the prior decade, with a loss of around 30% of both your total and free Testosterone. Now look back at twenty. Your body is only producing a third as much Testosterone as you were at you physiological peak.

How Would Things Be Different if You Sought Low-T Treatment at the First Sign of Andropause?

If you sought treatment by the age of forty, you have protected yourself against this steep decline, and you've protected your wellness and virility from the throes of Testosterone Deficiency. If you haven't, however, your problems are only getting worse. It doesn't matter what type of Testosterone you're using, Testosterone Gels, Testosterone Patches, or even Testosterone Implants, you are experiencing the same great benefits, and it's likely that you notice how much better you feel than most of your peers that merely gave in to Andropause.

Think about it. Your sex drive will still be going at full blast, your muscles will be toned and strong, and your body fat will be entirely in control. There's even a strong chance that your burgeoning Testosterone will aid you in the workplace, helping you stay confident and assertive.

If you decided that Testosterone Therapy wasn't for you, however, or if you wimped out on treatment, you could be missing out on all these great benefits. By not seeing a hormone doctor, your sex life is fading fast, you've lost the motivation to even drive by the gym, and your career is wearing you down in a way that makes your life feel utterly hopeless. It didn't have to be this way...

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I understand that I've taken some dramatic liberties, but this is a fair vision of what the truth of Testosterone Deficiency and Testosterone Treatment can mean for you. It's up to you to take the essential steps to protect your youth and vitality. No one is going to do it for you, and you shouldn't take these changes lying down!

Testosterone Decline in the Fifties

For the rest of your life, your Testosterone will fade and so will your health and happiness. Between fifty and sixty you will see another forty percent drop in your overall Testosterone Levels, but for many patients, this drop isn't very noticeable because of how detrimentally low their Testosterone Levels have already become.

Testosterone Decline in the Sixties and Seventies

In your sixties, the decline slows down a bit, and your Free Testosterone will drop by about fifteen percent and your total Testosterone will drop by about a third.

Your T-Levels will drop around forty percent in your seventies. By the time you reach eighty, you will only have around one-tenth of the Testosterone you had at your sexual and physiological peak. Testosterone Restoration is the key to preventing this decline and mitigating the effects of aging associated with Low-T. Testosterone can't reverse the aging process, but it can make you healthier and make you far more resilient to aging than you ever thought possible.

Avoid Testosterone Decline with Testosterone Restoration Injections, Patches, and Gels

If you feel that Low-T, Testosterone Deficiency, and Andropause is bringing you down, our Hormone Replacement Specialists and Testosterone Physicians are here to help. We implore you to fill out the form on this page to quickly set up an appointment with one of our affiliate HRT Doctors in your area!

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