T Male Capsules In Pakistan - Like women, men can experience changes in hormone levels as they get older, particularly fluctuations in testosterone. It can be so subtle at first that you can’t quite put your finger on what’s wrong. For one thing, you’re always a bit tired, even when you’re getting to bed early (to sleep; an early bedtime used to mean something more active). You can’t push as hard in the gym, and those five-mile runs have morphed into quick jogs.
A lot of things can account for the way you feel, but one of the most common is low testosterone. Fortunately, there are natural ways to get the real you back.
Older men experience what is coming to be known as andropause (also called late-onset hypogonadism), the decline that often occurs with age. But while menopause has been an open topic of discussion for decades, low testosterone in older men is only starting to come to general attention.
“Men are long overdue for their own exploration into this territory because the changes that we experience are just as profound, just as life altering and just as pervasive as those experienced by women,” says herbalist Stephen Harrod Buhner.
Total testosterone levels can be misleading. Most of the body’s supply is bound to protein, leaving only 1% to 3% as free testosterone; this free version is what declines as men get older. What’s more, all men carry small amounts of estrogen, the primary female hormone, in the form of estradiol (just as all women’s bodies contain some testosterone).
“If too much testosterone is converted to estradiol, the androgen/estrogen balance is significantly altered and this can have tremendous impacts on how we feel as men,” Buhner says.
Noe adds that lower hormone levels “often coexist” with insulin resistance, a type 2 diabetes precursor in which the body cannot use insulin effectively. Testosterone isn’t the only hormone affected by obesity; so is human growth hormone (HGH).
Besides allowing for normal development in children, HGH helps to reduce fat storage and to spur protein creation, a crucial step for building muscle mass. Aging and excessive weight both tend to slow production of HGH.