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Be the Man You Still Want To Be: Can Androgel Help with Low Testosterone Levels?
Testosterone. YEAH, MAN. The word conjures up an image of classic male glory. That stealth, tan, shiny-skin toned, agile body builder, with both arms bent upward at the elbow, fists staunchly directed to the sky, rounded bulging biceps, sleek protrusions of triceps, grounded feet with knees slightly bent, and eyes wide with surefire goal-reached pride. This. Is. Strength. Personified.
But not all men feel this confident, and it’s not because they don’t bench press 280 lbs. It’s just that millions of men start to feel like they’re just not themselves anymore – as if their masculinity’s been dulled. When that happens, it could be they have low testosterone levels. Thankfully, there are solutions.
Here are common symptoms of low testosterone levels:
-Sports performance deteriorated, Overtired
-Lack of energy, Libido lower
-Shrunken height, Irritable
-Sad, Depressed, Weaker erection
-Work performance lacking, Loss of body hair
It’s important to note that the above list only includes the more isolated, somewhat minor symptoms. On a larger scale, testosterone – the hormone whose role is mostly associated with sex and masculinity – actually affects men’s health on the whole. In fact, low testosterone (or hypogonadism),