10 signs you have low testosterone levels

To many men are left confused when they experience signs and symptoms of having low libido and testosterone levels. This article is to help you identify if you are experiencing low libido and testosterone levels.

Some men may not even be aware that they have low T levels. Three-quarters of men have not heard of the condition, according to a study of more than 1,000 British men.

If you notice some of these symptoms you should take action straight away!

You don’t have to be above 30 to have low libido. Many young men are suffering from low libido, testosterone levels, and erectile dysfunction. This can be due to various reasons but it mainly comes down to poor lifestyle choices and unhealthy habits.

Your libido is greatly influenced by your testosterone and dopamine levels. Having low testosterone levels is dangerous to your health. Here are some negative effects of having low testosterone levels.

  • Weight increase
  • Low libido
  • Having less energy
  • Increased body fat and reduced muscle mass
  • Depression
  • Trouble concentrating
  • Increased risk of heart problems
  • Erectile dysfunction

Here are 10 warning signs that you may have low testosterone or libido levels.

1-No morning wood (morning erections)

Waking up with morning erections on a regular basis is a sign that your testosterone levels are at their peak.  The higher our test levels the easier it is to get an erection. Having no morning wood can be a sign of low testosterone levels, low nitric oxide levels and possible porn introduced erection dysfunction, For more information on how to get your morning wood back check out this post (No morning wood? loss of morning erections and how to get them back).

2-Erectile dysfunction

Having erectile dysfunction is a massive sign you could have low libido which can be due to low testosterone levels or unhealthy practices such as having harmful addictions. Even porn addiction can cause erectile dysfunction. Key health indicators that contribute to erectile dysfunction are high-stress levels, low nitric oxide production, obesity and cardiovascular health.

Quick Erectile dysfunction test

Next time you have some time to yourself before you sleep try achieving an erection without any physical stimulation, just by using your thoughts. No physical or virtual stimuli allowed! If you can achieve an erection by doing this, it is a good sign that you have healthy libido levels and are not suffering from ED.

Young couple having argument in bed.

3- Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia can develop when there is an imbalance of the body’s hormones in men, mainly including testosterone and estrogen. Breast may develop if testosterone levels are especially low in comparison to estrogen levels, or if there is an excess of estrogen relative to testosterone. Gynecomastia is often treatable. To learn more about gyno visit my post (Low testosterone And Gynecomastia -how to reverse Gyno)



4-Hair Loss

We are all aware that testosterone is the cause of normal hair growth. So as testosterone levels fall and cortisol levels rise men will risk hair loss or having premature boldness. Have you noticed a pattern with a majority of balding men? Yes, some may be extremely unlucky with their genetics but what about everyone else?

And just because you are balding doesn’t mean you can blame it on genetics, you could just be speeding up the process due to your lifestyle.

A majority of men (not all) that start balding early have very bad lifestyles, especially in the sleep and stress department. Why do you think you see so many rich overweight balding guys driving around in fancy cars? Let’s just say that a lot of them sacrificed their health and are suffering from low T levels while at the same time having high-stress levels. This is a bad recipe if you like having a healthy head of hair.

5-Low Semen Volume

Low testosterone can cause a slow reduction in the sperm count and can eventually lead to infertility. This is due to hormonal imbalances due to having low testosterone levels.

Take it easy on ejaculating until you regain your health and libido levels. There was a study of 28 males aged 21–45 which found that all but one of them had a peak (145.7% of baseline [117.8%–197.3%]) in serum testosterone on the 7th day of abstinence from ejaculation. To increase your semen level check out this post (Supplements that increase semen quantity and quality).

6-Loss of Muscle Mass

Testosterone is essential to the development of lean muscle mass. This increase in muscle mass is accomplished through a biological process known as protein synthesis. Protein synthesis is the process by which amino acids are converted to proteins by recruiting ribosomal RNA, messenger RNA, transfer RNA and a number of other enzymes. Testosterone serves as a catalyst for protein synthesis, the higher testosterone levels are in the body, the greater the effect of protein synthesis. It is simply impossible to develop lean muscle mass without this process.

7-Increase In Body Fat

Testosterone can lead to imbalances in insulin, glucose and fat regulation, which inevitably leads to changes in weight and body composition in the long term. Another factor is due to muscle loss caused by low T levels. It is estimated that the body burns approximately 50 calories per day for every pound of lean muscle that is present. This is prior to any exercise or activity. So the less muscle you maintain the more likely you will gain weight at a faster pace. For everything you need to know between the relation of fat and testosterone levels visit this post (Testosterone and obesity – Does fat decrease testosterone levels?).

8-Mood Changes

Have you noticed that you have been having unnatural mood swings lately or even signs of depression? There have been studies that reveal that men experience a significant positive change in their moods and other factors that are directly associated with depression after undergoing physician-assisted testosterone treatments. The good news is you don’t need assisted testosterone treatment and can achieve the same results naturally.

If you feel you are more moody than usual and sexually frustrated, it is a good idea to have your testosterone levels checked. For more information check out this post (Can Low Testosterone Levels Cause Depression?).


9-Genital Numbness

When you produce less Testosterone the circulation of blood towards the penis will automatically decline. Which means that the genitals will not receive the nervous stimulation that they require to perform properly. As the condition worsens you will notice numbness in your lower region. This might cause several issues while you are having sex with your partner.

10-Fatigue/loss of energy

Have you been noticing that your energy levels have declined along with your sexual desire? If you have low T levels you may find it harder to get motivated to conquer daily activities. Having low T levels will create an imbalance of hormones especially with rising cortisol levels. Having high levels of cortisol for a long period of time can lead to adrenal fatigue. Which means your body is no longer able to effectively regulate cortisol levels correctly. What follows, are those all too familiar feelings of being zapped of energy, and a general lack of enthusiasm for life.


After age 30, most AVERAGE  men begin to experience a gradual decline in testosterone. But what if you don’t want to be average and you choose to take charge of your life and health.  REAL MATURE MASCULINE MEN are obsessed with their sexual health and vitality and may not experience any noticeable decline in their T levels in their 30 ’s.

While testosterone replacement therapy can be an option for men who need it, it may not be the perfect solution, and it’s not always the quick fix that many advertisements would have you believe and can actually leave you worse off.

If you feel you have low T levels that is okay you can change that and actually discover new heightened testosterone and libido levels the natural way. If you are suffering from any of these signs start taking action today and follow advice on this website. If you don’t see any improvement it is a good idea to get your testosterone levels checked.