Testosterone Level

Facing some abstruse physiological problems like the following?

  • Diminished urge during sex or loss of libido.
  • Advanced stage to impotency.
  • Erectile dysfunction and low-performance.
  • Decreased Muscle Mass.
  • Loss of Energy and frequent feel of tiredness.
  • Sleeplessness or kind of insomnia.
  • Fragile bone-structure or Osteoporosis.
  • Gainning of Body weight.
  • Changes of mood causing irritation and depression.
  • Dearth of Concentration.
  • Signs of Dementia or Loss of memory.

If these are happening to you, then you may be on the verge of andropause (if you are a man) or of menopause (if you are a woman). Both of them signal to Hypogonadism or low level of Testosterone secretion. But are these parameters enough to corroborate the results of your loss of standard level of Testosterone? Is there any unanimous Testosterone check policy?

Qualified clinicians of diagnostic laboratories argue and opine that people irrespective of sexes start to feel a steady decline of Testosterone levels after the age of thirties (30s); two percent decline each year has been clinically diagnosed and the vertically downward movement of Testosterone secretion continues as one ages forward. And after the age of forties (40s), the level of decline is somewhat as much speedy as the rate of decline has been diagnosed after the beginning of next decades. The more one ages, the less one produces Testosterone and faces these physiological problems. One vital point that must be unavoidable to mention is the detrimental and eroding effects of polluted and bleak environment which is substantially responsible to lower the level of Testosterone. Clinical studies have found Hypogonadism among even adolescents. This is not only disappointing but frightening also. However, preservation of the standard level of Testosterone is a must for letting the world continue to exist with human beings. But what the level of Testosterone we are indicating?