I’ve been teaching men how to boost testosterone levels naturally for more than a decade.
And the question I get asked most frequently is:
And this is an easy question to answer because most men with low testosterone deal with the same symptoms.
So let’s take a look at the top 3 right now…
One of the first things a man will notice is that his muscle tone and skin tightness begin to decline.
One morning a man will look in the mirror and notice that his belly is more prominent than his arms and shoulders, which seem weaker. He may also look older.
And the onset of this visible physical decline leads to lower self-esteem for most of us.
If this wasn’t enough it’s often compounded for most by the near inability to burn belly fat and build new muscle,
When your testosterone levels go down, you feel weaker all of a sudden because you need testosterone to make muscle. But you also need muscle to make testosterone.
This explains why every smart man I know has made a life long commitment to pumping iron. And so should you.
The first symptom is usually followed up by a lack of motivation to get things done, at work and at home.
And it’s the lack of drive to engage in a relationship that gets a man’s attention first, just as it should.
Once you lose the drive to keep the spark alive at home you’ve clearly suffered a major decline in testosterone.
And this shift will lead to other changes in behavior as well that prove that something has gone way wrong in your hormonal world.
I always tell men, if you’re not looking at just about every female that passes you by, alarm bells should be ringing.
Because men, by their very nature, are visual creatures, so when you stop looking you can be confident that you’re not producing testosterone at optimal levels.
Another thing you want to monitor is your behavior during your down time.
For example, if you used to hit the gym in the evenings and shoot hoops with the boys on weekends…
But now you find yourself watching TV or browsing the web for endless hours, you’ll know for certain that your T is heading in the wrong direction…
Because productivity, accomplishment and achievement are the hallmarks of a high testosterone man, so when you stop achieving, your T levels have clearly gone down.
Now take all the problems we’ve just discussed…
And let them ride for several months and you’re going to start noticing another negative trend, and this one goes by the name of visceral belly fat.
And you’ll know you’re there when you suddenly find that your gut is substantially larger than it was when you were 20 years old.
And this accumulartion of fat surrouding your internal organs usually comes along with another symptom – a severe drop in energy.
And these problems aren’t happening to just a few of us, as a matter of fact they’re reaching epidemic proportions….
Combine this with the drastic increase in fertility problems among young men of reproductive age and it’s no surprise that so many of us are suffering.
But you don’t have to be part of these statistics, you just need to develop a game plan to avoid the all the negativity…
From chemical exposure, to your poor self-sabotaging habits, to the hormone-suppressing foods sitting in your refrigerator, these are things you have complete control over.
And if you get a grip on these items, as well as a few others, you’ll turn your situation around in no time.
While the above are the most obvious symptoms, it’s certainly worth learning about further symptoms and causes of low testosterone in men.
In the video on the next page you will also discover:
1. Three shocking facts about the decline in testosterone over the last 30 years
2. Three significant mistakes men are making when the try to raise free testosterone levels
3. How almost all any man can reverse his low T and boost strength, burn fat and improve motivation