For Men: Sex Drive & What Is Normal?

November 6, 2019
We often hear – “I just want the junk in my trunk to work.” Did you know that an average man’s testosterone levels decrease 1-2% each year? It’s often called a mid-life crisis, Low T, or manopause. This means that by the time you’ve reached your 40’s, you’ve lost almost half of your hormones. When your testosterone levels start to change – so can your quality of life. In medical terms – Low T is often called andropause. (It’s similar to menopause that affects women. But no one really wants to talk about it.) Stuff happens and events like chronic stress, loss of a job, kids going off to college, and major life events often directly impact your testosterone levels. Over time you might feel changes, both physical and mental. Low T & Andropause If any of this sounds familiar, you might be in andropause. Sex drive varies from person to person. CBS news featured a  list of common signs of what to watch for when you think you might have Low T. Common Symptoms of Low T:
  • Low Sex Drive
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Trouble making decisions – brain fog
  • Feeling of “I’ve lost my edge” and “I’ve lost my mojo”
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Mood Swings
  • Irritability
  • Also many more…see video clip on the 7 Trolls of Andropause
Natural Solutions for Low T When it comes to unbalanced hormones & Low T – there is hope. There are natural methods which can help improve your hormone levels. You can get your testosterone levels back into balance & feeling better! Natural testosterone therapy is a safe way of reducing the effects of andropause. We believe hormone health & wellness can be achieved naturally and want to help you get there. Experience MedStudio No matter where you are on your hormone balance journey, we’re here to guide you. We offer safe, natural therapies and treatment options for unbalanced hormones. You don’t have to suffer in silence or let your hormones control your life. Give us a call at 952-807-0415 to schedule your free 30 min discovery session today.