Why am I tired all the time?
Everybody gets a little tired from time to time, but prolonged fatigue at any age is not normal. Feeling tired all the time can affect every aspect of your life. You no longer enjoy your favorite activities, you may become moody and irritable, and may even stop exercising because you just don’t feel “up to it.”
Symptoms like low energy – once accepted as a natural part of the aging process – may actually be due to low testosterone. Yes, Low T may be the reason why you feel you have no energy.
How can testosterone boost my energy level?
Testosterone not only drives your sexual desire, it also maintains muscle, increases stamina and generates energy. So, if you’re interested in fighting fatigue and increasing your energy level you could be a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy.
Regular exercise helps you feel more energized, controls weight, and improves your overall health, but low testosterone levels can leave you feeling tired and unable to get proper exercise which, in turn, leads to weight gain, inadequate sleep, and chronic fatigue. It’s a vicious cycle that not only zaps your energy, but can lead to serious health problems including diabetes.
The good news is that low testosterone levels can be corrected with supplemental doses of the hormone. According to a recent article in Men’s Journal®, restoring healthy testosterone levels will not only help increase your energy, but can also address a host of undesirable symptoms like fat gain, muscle loss, low sex drive, depression and trouble sleeping.*
It’s important to understand the causes of low testosterone and its related symptoms as well as the appropriate treatment for this condition. So, if you’re suffering from chronically low energy you should have your symptoms checked.
*No guarantee of specific results. Individual results may vary.
Finding the treatment that's right for you
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