As we age our primary sex hormones decline. It is unfortunately inevitable as life goes on. This rate of Testosterone decline is approximately 1-3% per year after 25-28 years of age.
However, in the modern lifestyle, it is no longer just ageing that causes a decline in Testosterone.
It is also the burden of our overly stressed, over worked, chemically abundant environments laden with pollutants, pesticides, Xeno-Estrogens and Cortisol , the master driver of hormonal imbalance.
As a result of this environmental burden, low Testosterone (T) can result in such symptoms as:
Low mood, anxiety, depression, etc.
Reduced muscle mass
Inability to recover from exercise or general workload
Storing stubborn fat around lower stomach, lower back and chest (i.e. “man boobs”)
Thinning of hair