In their younger years, most men feel like they can conquer the world.
But around age 40, changes start to occur, including a few extra pounds around the mid-section, less energy and focus, and maybe even higher blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
But, what most often makes a man sit up and take notice are changes in his ability to perform in the bedroom.
It’s a problem that affects more than 30 million men in the U.S.
One thing all of these changes have in common are low testosterone levels.
Listen in as Dr. Jeff explains how low-T can impact your life and your health and the special risk factors that can set you up for erectile dysfunction.