In our interview (available NOW!), Justin describes his heartbreaking but uplifting journey navigating the devastating effects of low testosterone.
He courageously tells his story, detailing the symptoms he suffered, being misdiagnosed and how he finally found the help he so desperately needed.
Symptoms of Low Testosterone
If you or someone you know is a 35+ male and suffering the following symptoms:
Please watch (or get them to watch) the full video. I’m not being overly dramatic when I say it could save lives.
Why This is Important?
I know this is a difficult topic, but it’s a very real problem in our society. Here are just some startling UK statistics illustrating why it’s important to talk about men’s health:
💡Nearly 12 men lose their lives to suicide every day.
💡Men die by suicide at a rate three times more often than women.
💡Suicide is the single largest cause of death for men under the age of 50.
💡Only 36% of referrals to the United Kingdom National Health Service for talk therapy are for men.
💡Males aged 50-54 were found to have the highest suicide rate (22.5 per 100,000).
Now, clearly, not all causes will be related to low testosterone. However, if you or someone you know is suffering from any of the symptoms I’ve mentioned, surely it’s worth getting checked out?
In the video, Justin describes the process he took to get a diagnosis, together with details of his treatment plan.
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