As we age, it’s easy to become complacent, and even get stuck in a rut. We feel less motivated than before, working all week can leave us tired and unmotivated, and it’s easy to get stuck in the day to day grind of everyday life. This might not be your fault.

It’s sometimes hard to admit that we’ve come to a place in our life’s that we do not want to be. We look around and know inside, we could be doing, and getting so much more. We feel we’re kind of, stuck in a rut. That’s where testosterone may help.

For many men, the above scenario is an all too common one. And for many of those men, it’s nothing to do with them at all. It’s completely not their fault.

As men get older, testosterone levels drop, and it’s been found that in many men, they’ve been dropping unnaturally low. Let me run you through a few of the side effects of low testosterone, and see if you can see the problem I’m talking about.

Low testosterone causes;

  • Lack of energy & motivation.
  • Lack of Libido
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Restlessness & Tiredness
  • Lack of and low muscle growth
  • Excess fat storage

Can you see how this may affect many men, without them even realizing?

So many men feel unsatisfied with their lives, and feel there’s nothing they can do to change it, and furthermore, that it’s all their fault. This is a problem similar to women’s dropping estrogen levels as they age, and for women, this has been something they’ve been fixing since the 1960’s.

For men though, it’s only just been picked up, and many men are unaware they can easily fix this problem, with simple things they can do every day.

The main way to boost low testosterone is to take supplements, on a daily basis. Much like multivitamins.

As well as do activities, such as exercising regularly, staying healthy, and increasing sexual activity.

Featured Image: T Douglas Gurley MD

Source by Mark JJ Wilson