Men’s health: 5 signs you may have ‘Low-T’

1 in every 5 men over the age of 60 suffers from low testosterone

One in every five men over the age of 60 suffer from low testosterone.

SAN ANTONIO – Guys, your lack of energy and motivation could be more than just the quarantine blues.

About 23 million men experience similar roadblocks that prevent them from feeling 100%, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Low-T isn’t just for men that are middle-aged -- even guys in their 30s can experience testosterone loss.

Decreased testosterone levels can produce an increase in anxiety and a loss of self-esteem and confidence.

Five symptoms of ‘Low-T’ include:

  1. Loss of muscle mass.
  2. Hair loss.
  3. Fatigue.
  4. Mood changes.
  5. Lack of energy.

According to the Male Medical Group, one in every five men over the age of 60 suffers from low testosterone.

“With low testosterone therapy, we are replacing what’s not there, so basically what’s lacking," patient counselor Marco Zambrano said. "Our testosterone gets lower as we get older on the downslope. Don’t ignore what your body is telling you. Get it back.”

Many men are reluctant to speak with their doctor about testosterone concerns. That’s why the men’s group helps make the conversation easier for its patients.

If you are interested in meeting with a professional, Male Medical Group offers the latest treatments for its patients who are looking to improve their image and regain their self-confidence, including services in weight loss, hormone replacement therapy and hair restoration.

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