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What is Low T?

Low testosterone is a lack of production of testosterone in men. As people age, a decline in testosterone production is experienced. Very low levels of testosterone in men increase the risk of obesity and heart attack. Low testosterone levels result from the inability of the testes to produce adequate quantities of testosterone. This development affects the whole body system and causes many physiologic, chemical, and hormonal changes. Age is not the only culprit for the drop in testosterone production. According to David Zava, PhD., the president of ZRT Laboratory, a leading hormone research lab in the United States, many factors contribute to low testosterone levels. Environmental toxins, prolonged stress, and depression are just some of the factors that may trigger the body to lower testosterone reproduction.

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Low T Symptoms

There are many symptoms to indicate a man is suffering from Low Testosterone:

You may have lost your desire for sex,

Testosterone has a direct effect on libido. Low testosterone causes major hormonal changes which can cause a man to be unable to maintain an erection. This problem along with feeling sad can cause a man to lose interest in sex.


You may feel tired all the time,

This is one of the major symptoms. You feel way more tired than you too and you just can’t explain why? No matter how early you go to bed, or how much coffee you drink during the day you are just tired.


You may have even started losing hair

Balding is a natural part of the aging process but men with low T may experience a loss of body and facial hair.

Gaining excess weight

Obesity is one of the risk factors for men with low testosterone. Low testosterone causes increases in body fat, especially in the midsection.

All of a sudden feeling depressed

Some men start to feel a sense of unworthiness like they are not looking good anymore and they lose the desire to be intimate. This can cause marital and relationship problems which can lead to further depression.

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We recommend giving your body a few weeks to get used to being on your treatment, please also keep in mind Individual results will vary.