Low testosterone in aging men is linked to premature death, heart disease, erectile dysfunction, depression, decreased muscle and bone mass, and reduced energy levels.
This has triggered an avalanche of testosterone prescriptions that produced revenues of 2.8 billion dollars in 2018, and projected revenues of 3.8 billion dollars by 2021.
A clinical opinion by Halis Akturk and Todd Nippold from Mayo clinic argued that physicians should treat the cause of low testosterone in aging men rather than attempting to increase the concentration of testosterone in blood.
The symptoms linked to low testosterone levels can often be improved exercise and improved diet, reduced stress and better sleep habits.
So before you go and spend your hard earned cash of supplements etc., try doing the above and you may have a readymade solution.
Until next time, have a good one.