What are the Causes and Symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency in Men and How to Treat Such Hormonal Imbalance
What is low T?
Learn about the symptoms of testosterone deficiency and hormonal imbalance.
At Health and Wellness Clinic U.S.A., we provide men and women with therapy to treat symptoms of hormonal imbalance, and we also offer effective solutions for men that strategically address the symptoms of various hormonal deficiencies.
If you consult with Dr. Shabanah, you’ll soon learn what the causes and symptoms of testosterone deficiency are as well as how to treat the condition, improve performance, strengthen your body and maintain full brain function. Once you implement our carefully designed plan you can effectively combat cases of low energy or low libido. When it comes to enjoying life in your best physical and mental states our experts offer the most suitable and healthiest solutions to reaching that goal.
Our fully-equipped clinic in downtown Coral Gables offers personalized therapy that directly deals with hormonal imbalance and testosterone deficiency in men. The consequences of these deficiencies range from poor memory and low energy to low libido and erectile dysfunction. If you’re struggling with these symptoms, or anything similar to them, our specialists can assess your situation and offer you the best solution. We combine our affordable therapy with essential supplements, healthy nutrition, and regular exercise, ensuring positive results that last for the long term.
The most common symptoms of low testosterone are:
- Decreased energy
- Decreased desire for sex (libido)
- Reduction or loss of spontaneous morning erections
- Loss of strength, difficulty making muscle, and reduced muscle tone
- Increase in body fat
Other symptoms of low T may include:
- Weakened short term memory
- Loss of motivation or interest when performing tasks because of lack of focus
- Loss of confidence
- Loss of excitement or zest for life
There are many potential reasons why a person may be lacking a sufficient amount of testosterone. It’s a natural consequence of aging, but a person can also be insufficiently stocked because of a chronic illness, use of certain medications, or because they’ve experienced trauma in the past. Other, less common conditions can trigger a decrease in the amount of testosterone a person’s body creates too.