Once men reach the age of 30, testosterone levels start to decline, and this continues throughout the aging process. Declining testosterone levels can lead to a condition called hypogonadism, otherwise referred to as Low “T”. Low “T” can lead to erectile dysfunction, low motivation, insomnia, and much more. Since Low “T” can affect so many aspects of a man’s life in a negative manner, hormone replacement is often recommended. Doctors will often prescribe hormone replacement medications, which come in the form of shots, gels, or patches that must be worn on the skin. These treatments boost testosterone levels in men, however, there are many possible testosterone side effects. Some of these side effects include possible prostate cancer, shrinkage of the testicles, headaches, vomiting, hair loss, etc. Many men prefer to forego prescription treatments and will often opt for natural treatments instead.