Common Low Testosterone Symptoms

The human body usually produces testosterone hormone naturally. In teenage males, testosterone is usually produced primarily in the testicles from puberty. Peak production usually occurs at the age of 18 years to 21 years. This is when men are usually in their sexual prime. As men reach age 30 years, testosterone production usually starts to decline. When this happens, most men usually exhibit low testosterone symptoms. One of them is low libido. This is also the most serious as low libido can also lead to erectile dysfunction.

Hair loss, increased body fat and reduced muscle mass are also common symptoms of low testosterone. Low T can have serious adverse effects on the male body, but there is a solution. Regular exercise, weight loss and use of testosterone enhancers can help reverse these symptoms. In case they do not, your doctor can prescribe testosterone replacement hormones.