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Low T Symptoms: Why Can’t I Concentrate at Work?


It wasn’t that long ago when you were at the top of your game when it came to your job. Your colleagues depended on you to be the guy who always helped them figure out a problem, and you had no problem making decisions that benefited your company. You were lauded as the guy everyone could depend on, and, to be honest, you were killing it at work.

Then, something happened. Very gradually, you started having problems getting yourself moving in the mornings. Your morning coffee helped a little bit, but once the effects of the caffeine started to wear off, you felt yourself dragging. This wasn’t normal. Usually, your coffee added to the energy you felt after a good night’s sleep. By mid-morning, your confidence took over, and it helped to carry you through the rest of your workday.

Low T’s Effect on Your Concentration

Did you know that difficulty concentrating, or “brain fog”, or a decline in cognitive acuity is one of the symptoms of Low T? Especially if you inability to concentrate is coupled with fatigue, depressed mood, or other symptoms of Low T, your problems may be due to an abnormal decline in the production of testosterone.

Low T Symptoms

Many men experience Low T symptoms, but they don’t really understand what they are or how to get help for them. When your testosterone levels are lower than they should be, you can feel incredibly fatigued throughout the course of your day. In fact, that fatigue might even lead to feelings of depression, which are probably very foreign to you. Often, this leaves men feeling saying “I just don’t feel like the old me”.

Unfortunately, Low T symptoms don’t tend to subside as the day goes on, but instead they worsen. By the time the afternoon rolls around, you’re probably feeling like you’re really dragging. Your energy level is almost completely gone, and it’s very difficult to concentrate on your work.

Low T’s Impact on Job Performance

As you can imagine, you no longer feel like the guy who is “killing it” at the office. Instead, you’re finding it hard to drag yourself out of bed in the morning, even getting in to work is a chore, and once you’re there, you’re not nearly as productive as you used to be. The result can be projects that were long forgotten about, providing incorrect instructions to other employees, and a general slow-down of your previous level of efficiency.

Low T symptoms can leave you feeling horrible, and when you’re suffering from these symptoms, your job performance suffers too.

Help For Low T Symptoms

Fortunately, if you’re suffering from Low T symptoms, help is available for you that will give you some relief. Here at the Testosterone Centers of Texas, we understand that each man is different, and that your body requires a treatment that was designed specifically for you. Many men don’t realize it, but Low T isn’t just about your testosterone. There are many other factors that can play a part in making you feel so run down all the time. Conditions like thyroid problems, diabetes pituitary gland problems can all work together to make Low T even worse.

It’s our goal to treat your entire body, and to really get to the root of your Low T symptoms. We feel that by personalizing your treatment plan this way, we have a much better chance of improving your quality of life.

Haven’t you suffered with your Low T symptoms long enough? It’s time to make a change, and it’s time for you to feel better, and get back in the game. Whether you’re struggling just to get through the day at work, you want to feel better so that you can really be there for your kids, or you miss those wonderful, intimate moments with your wife; treating your Low T symptoms is the first step toward getting back to the “old you”.

If you would like more information, or if you’re ready to make your appointment, we’d love to talk with you. Contact us today!




(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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