You are exhausted. You’re more tired when you wake up than when you went to bed. You feel scattered and disorganized most of the time, and secretly, you wonder if you may have early onset Alzheimer’s. You feel a lack of energy and you’re having a hard time making yourself concentrate on things that need to get done. You sit down at your computer to finish a job, and find yourself surfing the web, instead. You look up and realize that you’ve lost an hour and wonder where it went.
You find yourself increasingly irritable with people, and have become more of a loner. Things that used to bring you pleasure are too much work now. It’s easier to keep to yourself and avoid all the social things you used to enjoy.
You still initiate with your wife sometimes, but that intense drive isn’t there. Sometimes you initiate because it seems like the thing to do, but it seems like an awful lot of work. You still get erections, but not as easily, and you notice that your morning erections are few and far between. So this is what getting old is like.
Well, no. Actually, this is what having low T is like.