For the last month or so I've been experiencing what feels like some of the symptoms of low T levels: my sex drive has crashed, my recovery from intense workouts has been slower than I'm used to, I've been fatigued/feeling run down, my natural motivation has been decreased (felt like I've been draggin' ass at the gym recently), and I've been headache-prone (I do get migraines from time to time, but this has been more than normal).
Thing is, I've had a bunch of bad stuff go down recently-- both my parents have been ill and needed urgent medical care, my work situation is in flux (I'm a teacher and things are unstable district-wise), I'm not sure where I'm going to be living come fall (because of the job search) and I'm under a ton of pressure. I'm 24 years old and am just not feeling like myself on all fronts. This isn't a pity-party by any means-- I'm looking for advice.
While I don't expect explicit medical advice from this forum, I'm curious if anyone knows how much of what I've been experiencing could be related to the life factors and not have a physiological explanation?
I don't take any prescription medication but use Claritin-D for allergy symptoms.
All of the things I've been experiencing sound like symptoms of low T, but I could be completely wrong. If all this is attributable to low T levels, what's the quickest/best way to correct the situation supplement-wise? Obviously if you're going to recommend a non-Biotest product, PM me.
If it doesn't sound like low T, any recommendations?