As of 2010 there were approximately 60.2 million males in America between the ages of 34 and 65. It has been estimated that as many 1 in 4 of these men suffers from low testosterone. No man wants to admit that he may be suffering from low testosterone. Instead, many men opt to just push through it, convincing themselves that the symptoms and distress they are experiencing are just an unavoidable part of the aging process. Typically, around the age of 35, testosterone levels begin to decline in men. This decline in testosterone can be further accelerated by not only environmental stressors, but diet as well.
Low testosterone is a condition that impacts not only the individual, but also those whom he cares most about. The symptoms it produces, places a strain on a man’s family, work and social life. The good news is that hormone loss and imbalance is easily correctable.