Weight gain, depression, low sex drive, fatigue and anxiety. These are all symptoms of low testosterone, commonly referred to as Low T. Low T causes andropause, also known as “male menopause.” When men reach their 30s, they begin to lose testosterone at the rate of 1 – 2% a year. This causes an overall decline in your quality of life and the chances of these symptoms ever getting better without treatment is slim.
You hear and see a lot about low testosterone in magazines, on television, on Facebook and through your radio. If you’ve seen those infomercials at 2am in the morning, it means you’re not sleeping which could also be a symptom of Low T. The simple fact is that there is no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to hormone therapy. The only way to properly diagnose and treat Low T is with the help of a qualified physician.
Dr. Ken Cleveland is one of central Mississippi’s leading physicians in hormone therapy. While many physicians prescribe synthetic hormones, Dr. Ken prefers to use all-natural treatments that are safer, more effective and easier to administer.