10 Symptoms Of Low Testosterone Levels

Ever pondered about the symptoms of low levels?

If you haven’t or wanted to but never had the chance until now, then this post is what you need to be educated on the matter.

Read: What Is Testosterone?

Testosterone is that male hormones that could make or destroy you depending on how much you have in your system.

If the level is too low then believe me when I say your manliness is in question and you best be ready to remedy the situation.

But so that you are inspired to make the move, these are the symptoms of low testosterone levels you need to watch out for.

Symptoms Of Low Testosterone Levels

1. Low Sex Drive (Low Libido)

Testosterone as the chief male hormone is responsible for your sex drive. 

It is the basis for your high or low levels.

Low levels of testosterone would mess up your .

2. Increased Weight Gain

A lower percentage of the male hormone testosterone has been known to lead an increase in fat storage.

And in most cases responsible for male boobs or rather gynecomastia.


3 Weak Erection

The hormone is not only responsible for sex drive or increased libido but more importantly also responsible for eretion.

Testosterone alone doesn’t cause an , but it stimulates receptors in the brain to produce nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a molecule that helps trigger a series of chemical reactions necessary for an erection to occur. 
For a lot of people the one way to know if they are having low T levels is to watch out for their earlier morning erection.

If you don’t normally experience morning boners, then go check thou self

4.Loss Of Muscle Mass

Ever heard those guys at your local gym talk about testosterone shots and its ability to improve gain in the gym?

Yes it does!

Low T levels is often associated with loss of muscle mass. A situation wherein there is a simultaneous decrease in muslce size and increase in body fat storage.

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5. Loss

Low level of this male hormone would surely mess up your bone structure.

Ever heard of osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps.

So if you are a male suffering from porous bones, then you might be suffering from low testosterone levels.

6. Fatigue

Another low T symptom is extreme tiredness that cannot be explained especially when you are having proper rest time and low stress levels.

Men with low T are just tired for no obvious reasons which in turn becomes the basis of lack of motivation in different areas in their lives.

7. Hair Loss

Hair loss can be triggered by low levels of testosterone. 

As a hormone it is also a participant in the production of hair and when on the lower side it can lead to balding and body and facial hair loss.

This is not to say that low T levels is the root of it all when it comes to hair loss.

There are other factors such as genetics and other human health conditions.

8. Low Semen Volume

Men with low amounts of T in their system would suffer from low semen volume.

A symptom that can be easily noticed during ejaculation.

9. Depression

A man with low T levels is a moody man shifting from episode of mood swing to another.

According to research in the Endocrine Journal, 23 percent of young men with newly diagnosed low testosterone met the criteria for depression, compared to only 5 percent of young guys with normal levels of the hormone..

10. Shrinkage Of Testicles & Penis

Low T can affect the size of your penis and testicles. 

I mean it!

Low amount of that stuff can actually reduce the aesthetic length if your bad boy.

 
I hope this post on the symptoms of  low testosterone levels was educative enough?

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Felix Brambaifa is a writer and blogger from Nigeria. The founder of Naturally Healthy People and other niche blogs.

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