Just as women suffer from menopause, men deal with andropause. Andropause is often synonymous with low testosterone. As a man ages, his testosterone levels drastically decrease and lead to the condition also known as Low-T. Men naturally produce lower amounts of hormones as they age. However, certain conditions can cause hormonal imbalances to happen earlier in life, such as: obesity, an underactive or overactive thyroid, or diabetes.
Lifestyle factors, including poor diet and nutrition, may also lead to hormonal imbalance in men.
Low testosterone symptoms include; depression; fatigue; joint pain; low sex drive; memory loss; muscle loss; and poor concentration