Many people have an inaccurate perception about testosterone, believing that it is exclusively a male hormone but this is certainly not the case. Testosterone is just as important for women as it is for men, and the female body depends on it in order to function. Despite a woman's body only producing one-seventh the amount of testosterone that a man's body produces, that small amount has a profound effect on a woman's sexual health, menstrual cycle, mood, emotions, bone mass, and brain functioning.
So, we've figured out that it is important to have testosterone. How, then, can you identify that there is a low level of testosterone being produced in your body? Being able to recognize this will enable you to treat it and get your body functioning normally again.
If a woman has a lack of testosterone in the body, it can usually be identified by three types of symptoms; sexual, physical, and emotional. If you are experiencing some, or all of the symptoms below, try not to worry too much. Low testosterone levels are common, particularly in menopausal women, and can quickly be restored.
Now that you are aware of how to identify a lack of testosterone, you can put your mind at ease knowing there is a reason for your change in your sexual and emotional feelings and physical appearance. Fortunately, there are many lifestyle changes and alternative medicines that can help restore testosterone levels and reverse its effects. Follow this link to find out more.
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