Testosterone deficiency syndrome can develop in 20-40% of men over the age of 40. Specialists in sexology and urology consider it necessary at this mature age to consult a doctor annually and do blood tests.
Symptoms of this syndrome may include fatigue, lethargy, decreased energy, weight gain, decreased concentration, and erection problems. Timely treatment can prevent the development of diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases, which often follow this disorder. After all, the male hormone testosterone not only regulates sexual functions, but also participates in metabolic, vascular, nervous and mental processes.
If such alarming symptoms appear, medical experts recommend acting and seeking medical help. Otherwise, a man gets used to his condition, explaining it by aging, “surrenders” psychologically, which further worsens his physical problems with sexual health.