7 Warning Signs Your Testosterone is Low ...

Ladies, if you think testosterone is just for men, I’d like to tell you different and share with you some warning signs your testosterone is low, in case these apply to you.

Believe it or not, there are so many symptoms of low testosterone in women that often go overlooked because we sort of forget about it, thinking it’s only important to men’s health.

Testosterone is an androgen hormone, which means it acts as a steroid in the body, but don’t let that word scare you off.

We actually need the proper amounts of testosterone for optimal health.

Both estrogen and testosterone are present in men and women, and both are crucial to both sexes’ well being.

Though men and women will naturally have different amounts of each hormone, they're important for us both.

If you’re unsure if your body has enough, check out these signs your testosterone is low.

Whether going through stress, menopause, or perimenopause, there are many signs you could be low in the big “T” hormone, as it’s called, and not even know it.

1. Weight Gain

One of the biggest signs your testosterone is low is added weight gain that won’t seem to come off, no matter what you try.

Or it could be that your lean muscle seems to be gone, and you're looking flabbier than you used to.

If this sounds familiar, it’s not your imagination, and could very well be caused by a lack of testosterone.

If you’re eating healthy and avoiding sugar, unhealthy fats, and eating enough protein and veggies, along with working out, then you shouldn’t be suffering weight gain.

If you’ve tried everything and just aren’t feeling good, and still not losing weight, have your hormones checked.

You could very well be low in testosterone, and there are some natural supplements along with natural hormone treatments that might help.

Lifting weights and not overdoing your cardio while exercising are also key ways to keep your muscle tone optimal, and your testosterone at the right levels.

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