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Testosterone, while mostly thought of as the hormone that makes a male a man, there is more to its functions in the body. Testosterone is not only primarily responsible for the sex drive, it is also important for man’s vitality, strength, agility and vigor. It is also important to women because it plays an intrinsic role in keeping them sexually active.
Summarily, it is often referred to as the “elixir of youth”, thanks to its ability to keep men feeling young and agile. Unfortunately, once you it the big 30, your testosterone levels start to decrease. This decline often results in depression, low libido, erectile dysfunction, difficulty in achieving orgasms, low ejaculation volume, impaired memory and poor concentration.
As we get older, our sex drives tend to slow down, and our libidos decrease. So, low desires and declining sex drives are the results of aging, right? Yes, it is true that as we age, our sex drives tend to slow down. However, a rapidly declining sex drive is not always the result of aging, there's something else at play. For every male, the testosterone hormone is what is largely responsible for sperm production and sex drive. Although, with age, it does decrease, it does so gradually. So, under what conditions do you need to check your testosterone levels?
Unusually or Sudden and Persistent Low Libido
Even if your sex drive decreases with age, it is not enough that you'll just completely lose interest. Even if you are not attracted to your partner that way anymore, you should feel something from others that you might find attractive. If you don't, then low testosterone could be the culprit.