Why Your Fatigue May Be Caused By Low Testosterone

By The Vault Team

As we age, it’s natural to move a little slower than we did in our twenties. But extreme fatigue, like feeling tired all of the time regardless of how much you sleep, the inability to motivate yourself to exercise, or a severe drop in energy levels is not to be taken lightly. 

In fact, fatigue can be a debilitating condition that causes a ripple of negative effects on every other part of your well-being. Specifically, untreated fatigue can have an unwanted impact on your productivity at work, social life, personal relationships and overall quality of life.

Stress, poor sleeping habits, depression, and chronic pain can all contribute to fatigue, but studies show that low T can also be a common factor. If you find that you are always tired regardless of how well you sleep or how often you rest, it’s likely that low T is the cause behind your fatigue. 

From a scientific perspective, the connection between maintaining adequate testosterone levels and producing energy is clear. In addition to serving as an essential hormone for building muscle mass and driving libido, testosterone is a crucial component for generating energy. As a result, lower than average testosterone levels can contribute significantly to chronic fatigue—regardless of age. 

Thankfully, there is an effective and easy solution. To start, diagnosing low T can be done through a simple health assessment and blood test. If your results point to low T, Vault can help determine the right course of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for you. What’s more, you can start to feel better fast–some men who start TRT report a reversal in their symptoms after just two weeks. 

If you’re looking for a safe and effective treatment for fatigue, Vault can help.  We’ve built a new process of care to help men regain control of their health and wellbeing. 

We deliver simple and private solutions by online visits with a medical provider and personalized treatment options that are delivered right to your front door.

Approved by Dr., Myles Spar, Vault Health Inc.’s, Chief Medical Officer

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