• January 27, 2020

Odessa American: Levi Stone

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STONE: Low T got you down?

After age 40, men can start finding themselves with less energy, increased body fat, decreased muscle tone, feeling more depressed, and experiencing a lower sex drive. The reason may be due to low testosterone (also known as “low-T” or hypogonadism) which has become more prevalent over the past two decades. Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone which gives men the characteristics of being a man. It’s responsible for guys being able to grow facial hair, have deeper voices, and develop stronger muscles just to name a few.  So why do certain men have less testosterone and why is it becoming more common than in years past?

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