Have you ever wondered if your Testosterone was low?
Perhaps you've walked through a drug store and glanced at a bottle of supplements designed to help men with Low T, but you should be aware there are some not-so-obvious warning signs that indicate your Testosterone is low.
Before taking any supplements, you should discuss your concerns with your doctor.
Here are the warning signs that indicate you should schedule an appointment with your doctor to determine if your Testosterone is low, courtesy of Healthline.
While it's true many men naturally lose their hair as they get older, Low T can also cause hair loss on the scalp and body.
Sure, everyone feels tired from time to time, but if you find yourself increasingly lethargic and consistently lacking energy, low testosterone could be the culprit.
Are you having trouble looking on the bright side of things or find yourself feeling overly emotional or irritable? The sudden mood shift could be attributed to lower levels of testosterone in your body.
If you notice your muscles look smaller and you haven't changed your workout routine, the loss of muscle mass could be due to Low T. Testosterone does contribute to muscle mass, so it's no surprise you may notice muscle shrinkage if your testosterone is too low.
A simple blood test at your doctor's office can determine if your testosterone is lower than it should be. According to the U.S Food and Drug Administration, low T is defined as a testosterone level that dips below 300 ng/dL.