Male Hypogonadism is defined as the reduction or absence of the hormone testosterone. This hormone plays akey role in masculine growth and development during puberty.
Being significantly overweight at any age may be linked to hypogonadism. Several studies have shown that people at risk who can reduce body weight can improve hypogonadism associated with obesity. Improvements also are seen in erectile dysfunction, low sperm count and fertility.
If you suffer with low T and its associated symptoms, losing just 5% of your excess body weight can improve your hormone levels.