Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Charleston Men’s Clinic. Our clinic specializes in men’s sexual health treating everything from low testosterone and Peyronie’s disease to premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. If you have any questions for us about our treatment options, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
If you recall from last time, we talked about several symptoms of low testosterone and possible courses of action. This time, we’re going to cover several more signs of low-T that we haven’t discussed yet. Keep reading to learn more.
Testosterone is said to be a major factor in bone health. Osteoporosis may result in men with low levels of testosterone, so it’s important to maintain optimal levels of this hormone in order to keep your bone density in great condition.
Poor Sleep/Sleeping Disorders
Sleep disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea are more common than you may think. Although there are a number of things that could be causing your sleep condition like a poor diet, lack of exercise, and more, low testosterone may also be a significant contributor according to a 2014 study. The tricky part is, they could be working off each other; although low testosterone may cause sleeping disorders, sleeping disorders or lack of sleep may also result in low testosterone.
Low sex drive
If you’re experiencing a lack of sex drive, you may have low testosterone. Testosterone will help to increase the production of nitric oxide which is used to get an erection. This molecule will relax muscles, dilate blood vessels, and allow for more blood flow to the penis through a series of chemical reactions. If you have low testosterone, this may result in erectile dysfunction where this chemical process doesn’t occur properly due to a lack of nitric oxide. Although it’s natural to experience a lower sex drive with age, if you notice a sudden lack of interest in sex or inability to get and sustain an erection, you should speak with a men’s health specialist immediately.
Are you ready to seek treatment for your low testosterone levels? Although you may be experiencing all of the symptoms listed above, you’ll want to see a men’s health specialist to ensure that your condition is happening as a result of low testosterone. You should start by calling an expert at Charleston Men’s Clinic. We specialize in men’s sexual health and will be able to diagnose and treat your issue, quickly and at an affordable price.
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Everytime you contact Charleston Men’s Clinic, you can be sure you’re getting the highest quality care in the industry. Our medical specialists will work with you and perform a comprehensive diagnosis that will be used to treat your condition effectively and for the most affordable price. We are proud to be your Top Rated Local® Men’s Clinic in the Carolinas and provide each patient with individual and specialized care. Contact us today to learn more about our low testosterone treatment options.